WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Rep. Susie Lee (Nev.-03) announced that the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) has awarded First Person Care Clinic, a non-profit organization that provides medical care services in southern Nevada, $561,501 in funding from the American Rescue Plan (ARP).
WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Rep. Susie Lee (Nev.-03) announced that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has granted Fibroplate, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company located in Nevada’s Third District, a Small Business Innovation Research Grant (SBIR) of $246,634.
WASHINGTON – Today, Rep. Susie Lee (Nev.-03) voted to pass the Women’s Health Protection Act, a bill that would guarantee the right for patients to access abortion care and providers to provide abortion services, free from medically unnecessary and dangerous restrictions.
WASHINGTON – Today, Rep. Susie Lee, a member of the Appropriations Committee, and a member of the Energy and Water Development, and Related Agencies Subcommittee, voted for final passage of seven funding bills, including the Energy and Water Development, and Related Agencies funding bill.
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LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Keeping the community healthy and fed was the focus of a special event in Chinatown Sunday.
The Asian Community Development Council (ACDC) launched its initiative, “Family in Focus,” which aims to support AAPI families during the pandemic, at the Chinatown plaza.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, a day doesn’t pass without me hearing from constituents who are hurting. All Nevadans want the same thing: health and safety for their loved ones, to end the pandemic, to stop the job losses and to get our lives back to normal. To do so, Washington must provide economic relief by getting resources to our state and local communities now.
NEVADA (KTNV) — The House is expected to vote on the biggest emergency spending measure in U.S. history.
The $3 trillion "Heroes Act" includes money for cities like Las Vegas, Henderson and North Las Vegas
The bill provides funding for state and local governments, coronavirus testing, and a new round of direct payments to Americans of up to $6,000 per household.
WASHINGTON — Mayors said Tuesday they have told Congress and the White House that the coronavirus is “blowing massive holes in our budgets,” and they have asked the federal government for immediate help.
That request came in a conference call just days after state governors also warned that budget shortfalls could force massive furloughs and a loss of services.
WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — State and cities around the country have lost massive amounts of tax revenue that will impact everything from school to police and fire budgets.
The bipartisan House Problem Solvers Caucus held a “virtual Congress,” in which members participated in an unofficial floor debate via video conference. Members debated the next coronavirus relief bill, which they largely agreed should include assistance for state and local governments impacted by rising expenditures and falling revenues due to the pandemic.
Help for cities
As Congress eyes a fourth relief bill, Nevada lawmakers are making the case to address the needs of the state, which was hard hit by the closure of casinos, hotels, entertainment venues and other businesses.
A new federal coronavirus relief law aims to provide protections for student military veterans.
President Donald Trump signed the Student Veteran Coronavirus Response Act of 2020 into law late Tuesday.