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State Senate Minority Leader Mike McGinness
State Senate Minority Leader Mike McGinness

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AIR DATE: January 17, 2011

Late last year veteran Republican Senate leader Bill Raggio was ousted by his caucus. Fallon Republican Mike McGinness was elected to replace the Reno moderate. So what is McGinness expecting in the new legislature? And how will he be different from his predecessor. We talk with McGinness about Republican plans for the new session and what they expect to do to balance the budget.

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Mike McGinness, State Senate Minority Leader (R-Fallon)

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If you think Sen. Raggio would have been such an asset, why did you engineer and execute his ouster as leader of your party, which eventually led to his departure from state government? The state could have used him in your leadership position right now, particulary because he was bi-partisan.
Jim in HendersonJan 12, 2011 09:42:36 AM
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