Henderson, Nev. – U.S. Rep. Susie Lee (Nev.-03) released the following statement after presenting Nevada Vietnam Veteran and United States Air Force Sergeant Danny Snyder, who was joined by his family, with the Military Order of the Purple Heart at the Henderson Vet Center:
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Reps. Susie Lee (D-Nev.-03) and Jack Bergman (R-Mich.-01) introduced the bipartisan VA Zero Suicide Demonstration Project Act of 2020. This bill would launch the Zero Suicide Initiative Pilot Program at the U.S.
Las Vegas, Nev. – U.S. Rep. Susie Lee (Nev.-03) released the following statement marking her second quarter of 2020 in Congress and her office’s accomplishments during that period:
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Susie Lee (Nev.-03) release the following statement on her local infrastructure priorities in the Moving Forward Act, which the U.S. House of Representatives will vote on today:
Washington, D.C. – Chair of the House Veterans’ Affairs Subcommittee on Technology Modernization Susie Lee (Nev.-03) and Chair of the House Veterans’ Affairs Subcommittee on Health Julia Brownley (Calif.-26), led a joint hearing examining the U.S.
Las Vegas, Nev.—U.S. Rep. Susie Lee (Nev.-03) helped introduced bipartisan legislation led by Rep. Katie Porter (Calif.-45), along with Reps.
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WASHINGTON — Lawmakers in Nevada’s congressional delegation are prepared to get to work on issues specific to the state, including filling federal judicial vacancies and keeping the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste project mothballed.
In their first days in control of the House, Democrats approved legislation to end the partial government shutdown, but the bill will not be considered by the GOP-controlled Senate as it does not include the $5 billion for the southern border wall demanded by President Donald Trump.
Several lawmakers have declared they will decline their paycheck or will donate it to charity in solidarity with civilian workers furloughed or working without pay.
WASHINGTON — Congressional leaders and President Donald Trump appeared no closer to a deal to reopen the government Friday following a White House meeting that Democrats said ended with a presidential threat to keep federal offices shuttered for “months or even years.”