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Who Is Leading The Way In The State Legislature?
Who Is Leading The Way In The State Legislature?

AIR DATE: October 31, 2012

Both the assembly and state senate will welcome several new members -- and new leaders. We'll talk to two returning senators, who may be returning to leadership posts, on what the future holds and what is at stake.
Mo Denis, Democratic state senator
Michael Roberson, Republican state senator


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    Please retract my prior comment. I checked the Idaho study more closely, and I misread the chart. We are 9th from the top in car registration fees, and I apologize for misreading the chart before.
    Howard BrooksOct 30, 2012 10:20:11 AM
    Senator Roberson said a few minutes ago that Nevada has some of the highest car registration fees in the nation. I checked on the internet. The State of Idaho did a comparison in 2011, and nevada was 23rd from the bottom in car registration fees. IN other words, we were near the middle.
    Howard BrooksOct 30, 2012 09:49:15 AM
    What is going to happen ?
    JamesOct 26, 2012 19:19:23 PM
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