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Clark County Demands a Refund

Clark County officials are demanding the state refund about $102.5 million that was diverted to state coffers over the past two years. The demand comes on the heels of the Nevada Supreme Court's decision that the state unconstitutionally took $62 million the the county's Clean Water Coalition in 2009. A strongly worded letter from the county to State Treasurer, Kate Marshall demands money be returned that was taken over past two years but Marshall has handed the demand off to the state Attorney General. County Commissioner, Steve Sisolak and Nevada Assemblyman, Tick Segerblom join us to discuss how the state and county might proceed.
 
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Steve Sisolak, Clark County Commissioner
Tick Segerblom, Nevada Assemblyman

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