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Nevada: Make Lake Tahoe more development-friendly, or we'll leave
by Andrew Kiraly | posted June 27, 2011
You've seen those "Keep Tahoe Blue" bumper stickers. Maybe there's a new sticker in the works that also expresses an activist clarion for the lake -- but with a different kind of agenda: "Keep Tahoe Friendly for Big Business."
That's the motive said to lurk behind a state law passed that directs the two-state consortium overseeing Lake Tahoe to, well, not be so environmentally conscious and green and all that stuff and, come on, guys, be nicer to our big developer friends in Nevada. From the Sacramento Bee:
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