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The Nevada Budget
The Nevada Budget

AIR DATE: December 8, 2010

The Economic Forum set the limits to the Nevada budget for 2011-2013 on Wednesday. The group which estimates the state's revenue decided that existing taxes would haul in $5.3 billion over the next two years. That means the 2011 Legislature will have to cut over $1 billion from the existing levels of spending or ... raise new revenue with additional taxes.

John Restrepo, Chair, Nevada Economic Forum

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