Nevada state parks lost $1.2 million in uncollected entrance fees last year

Hey, you deadbeats! Did you know that nearly a third of the 3.5 million people who visited a Nevada state park last year didn’t pay? According to a new state audit, uncollected entrance fees translates into an estimated $1.2 million in lost revenue for the state. The audit of the Division of State Parks estimated that hundreds of thousands of…

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AZ State Parks bulldozes Native American sites in park development

The Arizona Republic reported this week that the state Parks agency may have bulldozed archaeological sites in a rush to develop state parkland. Four Native American state lawmakers have called for a criminal investigation. The lawmakers also called on Gov. Doug Ducey to immediately fire Parks Director Sue Black to prevent further harm to Native American archaeological sites on state…

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Another investor files lawsuit against Camping World and Marcus Lemonis

Marcus Lemonis, Chairman and CEO of Camping World, had another federal securities lawsuit filed against him and other company officers for allegedly selling stock at “artificially inflated prices.” The lawsuit, filed Oct. 25 by investor Robert Strougo, represented by law firm Pomerantz, LLP, names Camping World Holdings, Lemonis, CFO Thomas Wolfe, President Brent Moody, director Stephen Adams and New York…

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