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Wednesday, March 14, 2012 | 7:30 p.m.

What happened to Governor Brian Sandoval's steadfast opposition to new taxes? The Governor is already proposing to lift the sunset on taxes slated to expire next year. We'll get reaction from both sides of the aisle. Plus, another candidate in the race to replace Steve Wolfson on the Las Vegas City Council.

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  1. The Governor's critics can't have it both ways. They want to hit him for his pragmatism in dealing with the budget and spending crisis. If he had refused to discuss keeping taxes or new taxes they would have hit him for doing so.

    Typical partisan gotchas designed to hamstring his work and get in cheap lying shots.

    We have to continue to cut/refine budgets AND raise/stabilize income sources for State govt. These are not options unless we wish to see the roads and services disappear.

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