(Las Vegas, NV) — Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman wants those responsible for the controversial GSA conference held accountable.

But she says Sin City should not be used as a scapegoat. Goodman warns it could, quote, “cause harm to the Las Vegas tourism industry” and hurt the city’s economic recovery.

Other Nevada officials have issued similar warnings to Florida Congressman John Mica, who plans hearings into the GSA spending scandal later this month.

Comments (4)
  1. chuck says:

    don’t stick your nose where it doesn’t belong…. stick to what you know which isn’t much

  2. drp69 says:

    This sounds like double talk to me. Your saying that this is wrong but like your husband, don’t say anything bad about Las Vegas when it happened here. Don’t they call that a oxymoron?

  3. trade show booth truss says:

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