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AIR DATE: September 20, 2012

Nevada was one of the states most affected by the economic downturn, which meant it also had to deal with one of the nation's worst state budget shortfalls in 2011. So what did state and local governments do well during the downturn? And what could we have done better?
 
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Tracy Gordon, Fellow, Economic Studies and Urban Institute - Brookings Institution Tax Policy Center
 
 
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