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Greg Brower
Greg Brower

AIR DATE: February 2, 2011

When long-time Republican State Senate Leader Bill Raggio resigned earlier this month, he set off a scramble to replace him. In all, the Washoe County Commission interviewed 15 people before unanimously settling on Reno lawyer and former U.S. Attorney for Nevada, Greg Brower, to serve out the remainder of Raggio's term. We talk with Brower about why he dedided to throw his hat in the ring and what he hopes to do in the upcoming legislative session.

Greg Brower, State Senator (R-Reno)

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