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The debate over funding for President Trump’s proposed border wall came to a head today in Washington.
WASHINGTON — Rep. Susie Lee of Nevada has joined a bipartisan group of House lawmakers that seeks common ground to break political gridlock and produce legislative results.
The day after delivering his State of the Union address, President Donald Trump weighed in on why he believed former Sen. Dean Heller lost his re-election bid, and the Senate took up a public lands bill that would permanently reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF).
Each member of Congress gets at least one ticket for a guest to the president’s State of the Union address, and Nevada lawmakers are eager to leverage their plus-ones to send a political message.
From federal workers affected by the shutdown to Nevadans with pre-existing conditions and immigration advocates, Nevada Democrats are leaning into the symbolism.
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Democrats from Nevada have chosen their guests to the State of the Union on Tuesday.
The reason I ran for Congress was pretty simple: I want to get things done. For too long, party has won out over our communities and our country, causing dysfunction and gridlock in Washington. The result has been that working families are falling behind.
Members of the state’s congressional delegation capped off last week by sending two letters to the Department of Energy seeking information about a secret 2018 shipment of a half metric ton of weapons-grade plutonium sent to the Nevada National Security Site.
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — For Congresswoman Susie Lee, D-Nevada, it's standing room only Friday at a roundtable on raising the minimum wage. Her office was crammed with people, many minimum wage workers, who say they can’t live on what they’re earning.
Democratic lawmakers sent a joint letter to the Department of Energy seeking additional information on the transport of one-half metric ton of weapons-grade plutonium to Nevada.
Heads need to roll at the U.S. Department of Energy. Right now.