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November Ballot Question

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AIR DATE: July 23, 2010

The Clark County Commission approved an advisory question for November's general election ballot asking voters whether they think the state should have to ask permission before dipping in to local government coffers.

The question is advisory and non-binding for the legislature, so what kind of impact would it have if it's approved by voters?

We talk with County Commissioner, Larry Brown a supporter of the measure about how the ballot question might impact the affect the average taxpayer.

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Larry Brown, Clark County Commissioner
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