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The Damage from the GSA scandal
The Damage from the GSA scandal

AIR DATE: April 20, 2012

By now everyone on the planet may have heard about artisanal cheese at $19 a head, the sushi at $7 a roll, and the "luxurious" M Resort. It's the General Services Administration scandal where the manager in charge of the Western United States pleaded the Fifth Amendment. But what is the long-term damage to Las Vegas? Will this lead all government agencies to cancel any meeting in Las Vegas? Will it damage our brand? And slow business?
Vince Alberta, VP for Public Affairs, LCVCA
Karoun Demirjian, reporter, LV Sun
Ian Mylchreest, KNPR's "State of Nevada"

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