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Bipartisanship is critical in economic development

By focusing on quality, economic development opportunities, Nevada fortifies its financial standing more readily through its boom-and-bust cycles, due to its heavy reliance on gaming, while diversifying industry ...

Maybe the A’s aren’t cut out for this game

Even if the A’s lobbying efforts suddenly manifest into something that appears vaguely competent, lawmakers would nonetheless be wise to reject subsidizing yet another wealthy sports mogul in Southern Nevada.

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