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Clark County theaters in limbo after glitch delays applications for federal grant

By , Columbian business reporter
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April 8 was supposed to be the big day. After three months of waiting, stage and screen venue operators were finally going to get their chance to apply for Shuttered Venue Operator grants, a major federal lifeline for one of the hardest-hit industries during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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