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AIR DATE: November 6, 2008

Michael Alastuey, analyst, Applied Analysis and member, Economic Forum
Dennis Myers, News Ed, Reno News and Review
State Sen Steven Horsford,[D-Las Vegas]
State Sen Bill Raggio,[R-Washoe]
... on Gov Gibbons' teleconference tomorrow with legislative leaders to find more programs to cut based on the decision by the expert panel, the Economic Forum, that Nevada will be short by about $250 million.

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