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Partying (Quietly) On East Fremont
Partying (Quietly) On East Fremont

AIR DATE: September 16, 2013

Party hardy and crowd control are not always compatible. That's been the case on East Fremont on recent Friday nights, when the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has been writing more and more tickets. So what's the solution? Is it possible to keep the area popular and not have the crowd out of control?


Ben Spillman, Reporter, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Allen Lichtenstein, General Counsel, ACLU of Nevada

Jennifer Metzger, owner, Vanguard Lounge



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