The economic environment of Las Vegas has shifted dramatically in the post-recession era. The city's dependence on casino gaming has been pushed to the side by an ever-increasing profit on non-gaming spending; the rebound of the convention industry has been powerful; the impact of foreign tourists, aided by favorable exchange rates, has reached levels that were impossible to imagine just a decade ago.
The solar lobby, stung by the state Public Utilities Commission's decision against extending the net metering cap, is refocusing its efforts on shaping the upcoming debate over the Value of Solar Tariff.
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The wedding industry is an important part of the Las Vegas economy.
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