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Tourism After The Boston Bombing
Tourism After The Boston Bombing

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AIR DATE: April 26, 2013

Will the Boston Marathon bombing change the way people travel? And how can we protect travelers in our own backyard? Tourism security experts are pondering those questions in the wake of Boston. We'll talk to one expert about how this may change travel behavior, and whether Las Vegas can protect itself without help from the feds.

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Peter Tarlow, president, Tourism and More

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