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Automatic spending cuts will kick in soon -- unless Congress can reach an agreement before March 1. The cuts will affect defense spending, early childhood education and even air travel. But politicans on opposite sides of the aisle can't seem to agree what affect the cuts might have. So, what will the sequester mean to the Las Vegas economy? We'll talk to an economist who can tell us what might happen.

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John Restrepo, Principal, RCG Economics

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