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Keynote speakers announced for 2017 Nevada Economic Development Conference

A diverse group of accomplished and renowned experts in various industries were recently announced as keynote speakers for the third-annual Nevada Economic Development Conference (NVEDC), taking place on Sept. 11-13 at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). Presented by the UNLV Center for Business & Economic Research, the University of Nevada at Reno College of Business and Western Nevada Development District, the conference aims to "build a stronger Nevada in a global economy" by bringing together attendees from economic developers to elected and appointed officials, business owners, utilities, banks, educators, manufacturers, mining industry professionals, transportation representatives, agribusiness and all of those interested in connecting with Nevada's economic development network.

Recently announced speakers at this year's event include:

Jim Carroll, Futurist and Author

With a 20-year track record in providing direct, independent guidance to a large, diverse global client base, combined with a previous professional financial background, including 12 years with the world's largest professional services firm, Jim Carroll is recognized worldwide as a "thought leader" and authority on global trends, rapid business model change, business model disruption in a period of economic uncertainty and the necessity for fast paced innovation.

Lawmakers Want Trump's Tax Returns, but Won't Release Their Own


Rep. Ben Ray Luján — like many in Congress — wants President Donald Trump to release his tax returns.

Transparency, the New Mexico Democrat said recently in a Facebook post, “is a cornerstone of democracy.”

But he doesn’t want to release his own tax returns. And that puts him in good company on both sides of the aisle.

Roll Call sent a request to all of the nation’s senators and representatives — more than 500 in all — to release their tax returns. Only 37 responded, and of those, six provided the documents.

The written requests were sent at least three times over a period of several weeks, starting in April, to each lawmaker and key staff members.

Roll Call sought returns from the 2015 and 2016 tax years to accommodate members who have asked for extensions.

Roll Call reviewed public documents and media reports to determine lawmakers’ positions on the release of Trump’s tax returns. At least 237 lawmakers have called on the president to produce his returns.

Do you think Planet X, GOD's Judegment on the World, 2012 Mayan Prophecy is Confusing to today's Scientist?

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Many intelligent beings on earth are feeling like we are approaching an Apex Event Horizon of Change.

I do not believe that it is so much confusing to them as it is to some who are misreading the BIBLE and trying to tell "when the end will come". CHRIST said that "none will know save GOD.