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New Democratic Leadership In Nevada Assembly
New Democratic Leadership In Nevada Assembly

AIR DATE: November 15, 2012

The Nevada Assembly will have a new speaker in next year's session and Democrat Marilyn Kirkpatrick is in line to take the job. When the session starts, she and her Republican counterparts will have to come up with a budget compromise, fixes for education and take on the issue of unemployment in Nevada. What issues are on her priority list? We'll talk with Marilyn Kirkpatrick about what she's planning for the 2013 legislative session.
Marilyn Kirkpatrick, Assemblywoman


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    I want leaders to make new casinos downtown I want old Las Vegas from 1996
    JamesNov 15, 2012 13:50:13 PM
    What about supporting recreational tourism? Nevada has beautiful outdoor sites such as Red Rock and Lake Mead as well as hunting, camping, and fishing opportunities in Northern Nevada. Why can't we start promoting those sites and activities more?
    Sondra CosgroveNov 13, 2012 09:14:30 AM
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