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Economic Forum
Economic Forum

AIR DATE: May 5, 2011

The Nevada Economic Forum's final meeting before the legislature wraps up was Monday. The forum is tasked with projecting how much revenue the state is expecting to bring in. Legislators will then use those numbers to determine a final budget. The figures released on Monday are the final projections for this legislature and will determine just how much the state will need to cut to balance the budget. We talk with forum member, John Restrepo about the latest projections for the state and what it means for the budget battle in Carson City.
John Restrepo, principal, Restrepo Consulting Group
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