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Legislative Bills Deadline
Legislative Bills Deadline

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AIR DATE: April 19, 2011

As the legislature reaches its halfway point, Friday is the do or die day for non-budget related bills to pass out of committee in the legislature. If bills don't make it out of committee they die. There are hundreds of bills on the table for legislators to consider. Some deal with fiscal matters like how to tax and regulate mining, while others seek to do things like protect certain wildlife species extinction. But with hundreds upon hundreds of bills being proposed which ones will survive? Las Vegas Review Journal Columnist, Steve Sebelius joins us to talk about which bills he thinks will make through.

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Steve Sebelius, columnist, LVRJ
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