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Clark County's Fair Share program

Have you registered your out of town car yet?

If not, your neighbors could get you into some trouble with the Las Vegas Constable's office.

Clark County's Fair Share program encourages people to report their neighbors who haven't registered their cars.

The program has raised some ire with Las Vegas residents who think it should be law enforcement's job and not neighbors who enforce the rules.

So would you tattle on your neighbor?

Las Vegas Constable, Robert A. Gronauer joins us to talk about the Fair Share program.

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Robert A. Gronauer, Las Vegas Constable

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