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Is Vegas City Council Ready For Its Close Up?
Is Vegas City Council Ready For Its Close Up?

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AIR DATE: October 7, 2013

Reality TV shows filmed in Las Vegas are nothing new.  But when Las Vegas city council opens its doors to a crew of cameras, boom mic operators, and lighting designers, things may heat up in the council’s chambers.  Even though three council members voted against the idea, it still passed.  But what does this mean for city council? And how will it affect their day to day operations?  Councilwoman Lois Tarkanian discusses why she voted against the idea.

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Lois Tarkanian, Las Vegas City Councilwoman - Ward 1

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