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Speaker Marilyn Kirkpatrick
Speaker Marilyn Kirkpatrick

AIR DATE: March 26, 2013

The legislature is about halfway through the session, and already considering several big changes to taxes and policy. The controversy over Steven Brooks is still unfolding in the background. We'll talk to Assembly Speaker Marilyn Kirkpatrick about some of the tax proposals that are on the table, and about what is happening with Assemblyman Brooks.


Marilyn Kirkpatrick, D-North Las Vegas, Assembly Speaker

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    May we, at some point, discuss the 1872 Mining Law? My home in Arizona was threatened in the '70's.
    Paulette CarolinMar 19, 2013 20:02:58 PM
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