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Will Russia have its own Las Vegas?

Robert Miller, Governor of Nevada, 1989 - 1999

1945 - Born in Chicago
1963 - Graduates, Bishop Gorman High School
1967 - Graduates, University of Santa Clara
1967 - Serves in U.S. Army and Air Force Reserves
1971 - Deputy District Attorney, Clark County
1971 - Juris Doctor, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
1973 - First Legal Advisor, Metropolitan Police Department, Las Vegas
1979 - President, Nevada District Attorneys Association
1979 - Clark County District Attorney, re-elected in 1982
1984 - President, National District Attorneys Association
1987 - Lieutenant Governor, State of Nevada
1988 - Chairman of the board, American Cancer Society, Nevada division
1989 - Governor, State of Nevada
1993 - Joins Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations
1996 - Chair, National Governors Association
1999 - Joins Jones Vargas law firm, Las Vegas

Is gambling spreading across Russia? Does this epidemic need to be isolated in a Russian Las Vegas? Is there an evolving nation of addicts? The State Duma is debating the laws concerning the creation of special sites for casinos and slot machines - like Las Vegas in the United States. Could this control the current gambling climate in Russia? Our guest in the studio is the former governor of Nevada, Robert Miller, who can give us more insight into this trend.