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Here Comes The Fiscal Cliff
Here Comes The Fiscal Cliff

AIR DATE: November 29, 2012

They're saying it's not a cliff so much as a gradual slope. In any event, at the end of the year tax cuts will expire and spending cuts will go into effect, potentially hitting our pocketbooks hard. This week a delegation from the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce will visit Washington to voice concerns about how specifically the end of year "cliff" will affect Nevada.


Hugh Anderson, Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce

Andres Ramirez, Political Consultant

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