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AIR DATE: March 12, 2013

Construction cranes are coming back to Las Vegas Boulevard. Years after the building boom stalled, major construction is returning to the Strip in the form of Resorts World Las Vegas. While we wait for that, tourism on the Strip faces its own challenges. More than one thousand taxi drivers went on strike last weekend. And the sequester could cut air travel. We'll be talking about all of those issues, and more.

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Sherm Frederick, Columnist, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Yvette Williams, Chair, Clark County Democratic Black Caucus

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    It is enough that Fredericks' spreads his BS on the RJ and now I have to listen to him on the radio if I want to listen to State of NV. One should know whether the deficit is decreasing before on goes on the radio
    Will SchroederMar 6, 2013 11:04:25 AM
    Dear Sirs: I would like to know from Ian 1) when was the last time the U.S. had a surplus 2)what happened to take that surplus into a debt?
    Tim BaldersonMar 6, 2013 10:54:25 AM
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