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AIR DATE: December 2, 2008

Jon Ralston, Host, "Face to Face" on Las Vegas One, and Political Columnist, LV Sun
Steve Sebelius, Ed, LV City Life
John Restrepo, Vice Chair, Economic Forum and principal, Restrepo Consulting Group
Michael Alastuey, member, Economic Forum and principal, and Dir of Public Policy and Analysis, Applied Analysis
... on Nevada's Economic Forum's final projections for state revenue in the current and upcoming fiscal year budgets. The five member panel projected the state will have 5.6 billion dollars in revenue to spend when the new fiscal year begins on July first which is 1.2 billion dollars less than the current fiscal year budget that ends in June.
Sebelius, Alastuey and Ralston

Sebelius, Alastuey and Ralston


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