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Presidential Visit

President George Bush is in Las Vegas today for the first time ever. He's fundraising and giving last minute talks about the medicare issue. But as Ky Plaskon tells us, on this presidential visit, there are other issues on some Nevada leader's minds.

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Tuesday, November 25, 2003

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