ALAMEDA, Calif. — Nevada received its second downgrade of the month Thursday when Moody’s Investors Service dropped its general obligation bonds to Aa2 from Aa1.

Moody’s cited “the profound economic impact of the recession,” combined with a narrow economy dependent on gambling and tourism, and the state’s decreasing financial flexibility.

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