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Nevada Lobbyists Go Back To School
Nevada Lobbyists Go Back To School

AIR DATE: January 23, 2013

Lobbyists in Nevada had to sit through a course in ethics and lobbying before next month's legislature. Consider it a lobbying 101 so that there's no mistake about what's allowed and what is frowned upon when Nevada lawmakers are legislating. We'll find out what the new rules are and how lobbyists feel about it.
Jim Wadhams, lobbyist for Newmont Mining from Fennemore Craig Jones Vargas
Bryan Wachter, VP for Government Affairs, Retail Association of NV
Patrick Coolican, columnist Las Vegas Sun


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