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Burning Man future in jeopardy
Reno Gazette - Journal - Reno, Nev.
Subjects: Festivals; Deserts; Culture; Fees & charges
Author: Duggan, Brian
Date: Aug 17, 2012
Start Page: n/a
Section: Local News
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Burning Man organizers say the lawsuit will not affect this year's event, which starts Aug. 27 and ends Sept. 3 and is expected to attract more than 60,000 people, up from a peak of about 53,000 people last year. ______________ Burning Man federal lawsuit DV.load("//www.documentcloud.org/documents/411861-complaint-brc-v-pc.js", { width: 640, height: 700, sidebar: false, container: "#DV-viewer-411861-complaint-brc-v-pc" }); Complaint BRC v PC (PDF) Complaint BRC v PC (Text) ______________ Burning Man is known for its elaborate art installations, a so-called "gifting" economy and a free-spirited attitude, which includes public displays of nudity. [...]Black Rock City paid all the costs incurred by the Pershing County Sheriff's Office as well as a flat fee to the county and Pershing County non-profits.

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