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Downtown Curfew Proposal Draws Critics
Downtown Curfew Proposal Draws Critics

AIR DATE: September 5, 2013

Some members of the Las Vegas City Council want to impose a stricter curfew on young people in the central part of the city. People under age 18 wouldn't be allowed in the area after 9 p.m. on weekends. Critics have said the law would pose an undue burden on teens in the coverage area. And others wonder whether it is the best way to address delinquency and underage drinking.



Bob Coffin, Las Vegas city councilman

Tod Story, Executive Director, ACLU of Nevada

Hektor Esparza, Writer and Founder, Push Forward

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