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Assemblyman arrested in threat
on lawmaker says he’ll return
to Carson City

Las Vegas Sun [NV], by David McGrath Schwartz*

Original Article

Posted By:lvmatt, 1/21/2013 9:16:54 PM

Steven Brooks, the Democratic assemblyman arrested for threatening the Democratic leader, said he plans to come to Carson City this week, setting up a potentially tense situation as the Legislature prepares to review the state’s budget Tuesday night. “I’m innocent,” Brooks told Las Vegas journalist Jon Ralston. In a series of messages with the Las Vegas Sun, Brooks said that he would hold a news conference and planned to come to Carson City today. It was not entirely clear right now if Brooks would be allowed in the Legislative Building in Carson City.

*w/ Jackie Valley.

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