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Sen. Harry Reid Addresses Nevada Legislature
Sen. Harry Reid Addresses Nevada Legislature

AIR DATE: February 27, 2013

Two years ago, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid stunned the Nevada Legisture, when he said that prostitution should no longer in the rural counties of Nevada. Last night Reid gave another speech to legislature. And this one was a bit less shocking.  Reid called for strengthening to the state's commitment to renewable energy, and changes to NV's voting laws.

We listen to parts of the speech and discuss Reid's political rehetoric with columnist Steve Sebelius.



Steve Sebelius, Las Vegas Review Journal Columnist

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