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AIR DATE: February 23, 2011

The stand-off in the Wisconsin State Senate has drawn national attention to collective bargaining rights. Many Republican governors are seeking limits in order to give themselves and local authorities flexibility in negotiating union contracts. Many Democrats and union leaders say it is merely a power play to weaken a major part of the Democratic Party coalition. The dispute came to Las Vegas and Carson City on Monday. We talk to Las Vegas Sun reporter Anjeanette Damon about the politics behind the Nevada dispute.

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Anjeanette Damon, reporter, LV Sun

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