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Here Comes The Fiscal Cliff
Here Comes The Fiscal Cliff

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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.

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Hugh Anderson, Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce

Andres Ramirez, Political Consultant

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