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Feb 2, 2018 Press Release
February 2, 2018
Rep. Titus has warned of mismanagement, carelessness, and a lack of accountability from the State and NAHAC.
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Feb 1, 2018 Press Release
If we stand united, no barrier will hold us back nor will any oppressor silence us.
Jan 30, 2018 Press Release
January 30, 2018
Hyperbole. Hypocrisy. Bluster.
Jan 29, 2018 Press Release
January 29, 2018
Nearly four months after 1 October and Republicans have done nothing to prevent future tragedies.
Jan 27, 2018 Press Release
January 27, 2018
With the rise in anti-Semitism in the U.S., we must recommit our efforts to ensure hatred again lead to another tragedy.
Jan 26, 2018 Press Release
January 26, 2018
Rep. Titus ensured that lawmakers study the state's latest report on the dangers of Yucca Mountain and be wary of legislation to ram the project down the throats of Nevadans.
Jan 25, 2018 Press Release
January 25, 2018
Trump is using DREAMers as bargaining chips.
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Jan 23, 2018 Press Release
January 23, 2018
CD1 is the No.1 wedding destination in the world.
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Jan 10, 2018
Nevada Public Radio: Directive On Protective Status For Salvadorans Impacts Thousands Of People In Nevada

 

Several thousand Nevada residents from El Salvador will likely face deportation in September 2019 under a new Trump Administration directive to end their Temporary Protected Status.

According to the Center for American Progress, about 6,300 Nevada residents are TPS holders from El Salvador, Honduras and Haiti.

Jan 8, 2018
NV Indep.: Future of thousands of Salvadorians hangs on Trump Administration decision on TPS program, expected Monday

Nearly 200,000 immigrants from El Salvador — some of whom have lived in the U.S. for more than two decades — expect to learn Monday whether they’ll be obligated to leave the country because of the cancellation of the Temporary Protected Status program.

Jan 5, 2018
Las Vegas Now CBS 8: I-Team: Nevada’s marijuana industry reacts to anti-pot move by U.S. Attorney General Sessions

LAS VEGAS - Nevada's marijuana industry reacted to an anti-pot move by United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday.

The industry says this could be a threat to businesses.

Marijuana is not legal federally, but it's legal in Nevada. However, federal laws trump state laws.

Dec 11, 2017
Forbes: As Supreme Court weighs landmark sports betting case, push to curb underground market intensifies

If a prominent bookmaker fielded a request to set a line on whether the Supreme Court will rule in favor of New Jersey in the landmark sports gambling case before the nation's top court, the sportsbook may opt instead to keep the wager off the board.

Dec 6, 2017
LV Sun: Zinke recommends shrinking Gold Butte National Monument

Designated for government protection less than a year ago, Gold Butte National Monument could shrink in size significantly at the recommendation of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke.

Dec 5, 2017
NV Indep.: Titus calls for sports betting hearings

After the Supreme Court signaled Monday that it may open the $150 billion-a-year market for sports betting, Democrat Dina Titus, who backs lifting existing state restrictions, requested that Congress look at the issue.

Dec 4, 2017
LVRJ: Nevada receives $5.7M to keep child health programs running

WASHINGTON — Nevada will receive $5.7 million in unspent funds for federal health care for low-income children, but the state’s entire congressional delegation urged House and Senate leaders Friday to quickly reauthorize the program that expired two months ago.

Nov 3, 2017
LVRJ: House Democrats oppose raising entrance fee at national parks

Congressional Democrats, including three from Nevada, have come out against a plan to more than double the entrance fees at some of the nation’s busiest and most iconic national parks.

Nov 3, 2017
Forbes: Marijuana In Casinos? Not Until Federal Law Changes, Vegas Congresswoman Says

The Las Vegas Democrat has sponsored or signed onto bills and amendments that would protect state laws from Justice Department interference, allow marijuana businesses to use banks and let military veterans access medical cannabis recommendations through government doctors, among others.

Nov 2, 2017
Roll call: Las Vegas Massacre Survivors Join Nevada Lawmakers to Call for Action

Las Vegas massacre survivors Robert Gaafar, left, and Tia Christiansen, center, speak with Rep. Jacky Rosen, D-Nev., after a news conference at the Capitol on Wednesday to call on House Judiciary chairman Bob Goodlatte to hold a hearing and examine the use and legality of “bump stocks.” (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)