Mary Hausch

University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Guest

Former managing editor of the Las Vegas Review-Journal and journalism professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Mary Hausch on KCRW

Nevada’s largest newspaper is the Las Vegas Review-Journal. It  endorsed  Marco Rubio. Its owner is a major Republican donor and casino magnate, Sheldon Adelson.

Adelson and the Review-Journal

Nevada’s largest newspaper is the Las Vegas Review-Journal. It endorsed Marco Rubio. Its owner is a major Republican donor and casino magnate, Sheldon Adelson.

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