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Governor Sandoval's New Plan for Economic Diversification
Governor Sandoval's New Plan for Economic Diversification

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AIR DATE: February 10, 2012

Gov. Brian Sandoval unveiled a new plan for economic diversification in Nevada. The report calls on the state to bolster existing industries while attracting new businesses to Nevada. The governor says the state can create 50,000 new jobs for the state by 2014. The plan would create regional development authorities and the state would hire industry specialist to help spur and maintain growth. Can it work? We talk with the executive director of the Governor's Office of Economic Development about how the state will go about implementing the new plan.

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Steve Hill, Exec Dir, Governor's Office of Economic Development

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