Trump's latest executive order could threaten Gold Butte and Basin and Range National Monuments, places that Rep. Titus has fought for years to protect.
Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev., came out swinging on the American Health Care Act this week on the House floor, zeroing in on a report from the congressional Joint Economic Committee showing that tax cuts in the legislation would save the wealthiest 0.1 percent of Americans $207,390 each in a single year.
Rep. Dina Titus has taken President Trump to task for the Jan. 27 travel ban established by executive order, citing travel industry statistics that show a 17 percent decline in flight searches for travel to the United States.
The story begins almost 250 million years ago, with the ocean and geology and gypsum. It starts with the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area under an ancient sea, at a time when what is now Utah marked the continent’s coastal boundary.
Movements in Earth’s crust eventually pushed the land up, and when water dried in pocketed lakebeds, it left salt and sometimes gypsum.
The House hearing intended to raise the curtain on President Trump’s call for infrastructure investment was into its third hour Wednesday when the time came for Rep. Dina Titus (D-Nev.) to speak up.
“We’re having the same conversation,” she said. “I keep hearing the same rhetoric without action.”
Several leaders and groups around Nevada have released statements regarding President Trump's nominee for Supreme Court.
Rep. Dina Titus releases a statement on Trump’s Supreme Court nominee
Rep. Dina Titus sent a letter Monday to Attorney General Adam Laxalt, asking him to condemn President Trump’s “outrageous” executive order banning some refugees.
The Nevada Democrat called the order a “de facto ban against religious minorities” and “a morally reprehensible order” in her missive to Laxalt, who is mulling a run for governor.
LAS VEGAS (KTNV) - Two local Democratic congress members held a press conference Saturday afternoon in regards to President Donald Trump's travel ban executive order.
Congresswoman Dina Titus noted in her comments that Las Vegas is an international destination that welcomes diversity.
She said that this is not a partisan issue but rather a humanitarian issue.
Two freshman lawmakers want to chip away at the “pink tax” in Nevada in the upcoming Legislature.
Sen. Yvanna Cancela, D-Las Vegas, and Assemblywoman Sandra Jauregui, D-Las Vegas, each introduced legislation in their respective levels of the state Legislature that would cut the taxes on feminine hygiene products such as tampons and sanitary napkins.
Members of the Clark County School Board reaffirmed a commitment to protect the privacy of the district's undocumented students Thursday night.
Aaron Luna works as a caseworker to help immigrants take steps needed to build a future in the U.S.