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The 2011 Legislature
The 2011 Legislature

AIR DATE: November 9, 2010

The election is over. Now the real hard work begins in Carson City. Democrats lost their veto-proof majority for the next legislature and they will have only a one-seat advantage in the State Senate. Will it make them more co-operative or will it be a fight to the death over taxes as it was in 2003? And what role will Governor-elect Brian Sandoval play? We look at who's in the new legislature and what the likely dynamics will be when they all meet in the New Year at the state capitol.

David McGrath Schwartz, Political Reporter, Las Vegas Sun
Anjeanette Damon, Political Reporter, Las Vegas Sun

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