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What Do You Expect From A Constable?
What Do You Expect From A Constable?

AIR DATE: April 9, 2013

The Clark County Commission has already voted to abolish the Las Vegas Constable's office. The legislature may vote to do it even sooner. It's a drastic remedy for a serious problem with scandals and mismanagement that have emerged in the last two years. But how should a constable's office be operated? And why is abolition the only remedy?

Jordan Ross, Laughlin Town Constable


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