Is Grand Canyon Skywalk a Road to Prosperity?

This segment from NPR looks at what's happened since a Native American tribe in Arizona opened a glass-floored walkway extending over the Grand Canyon.

"The Hualapai Indian tribe of Arizona opened the Grand Canyon Skywalk last year. The Skywalk featured a 60-foot-long glass bridge overlooking the Grand Canyon and was meant to bring income to the struggling tribe. One year later, has the investment paid off?"

Full Story: Has Grand Canyon Skywalk Helped the Hualapai?

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