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AIR DATE: April 18, 2013

The Washington DC-based research group TRIP recently released a report that shows Nevada roads are in bad shape. More than half of our roads are in poor or average condition. The state is facing a 2-billion dollar backlog in repairs. And those problems are costing each of us about 1500 dollars annually. Should we pay more taxes to fix the roads?

 
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Rudy Malfabon, Director of the Nevada Department of Transportation

 

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