Las Vegas Convention Authority Controls Lax

The Nevada Policy Research Institute Thursday turned up the heat on the public agency charged with promoting Las Vegas, alleging the agency has a culture of lax oversight, overly cozy relationships with contractors and spends tax dollars on luxuries such as fine food and wine for officials. NPRI bundled its allegations with thousands of pages of public documents from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, the agency it accuses of playing fast and loose with the taxpayers’ money.

Here’s the scoop from the Las Vegas Review Journal.

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