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Sep 11, 2017 Press Release
September 11, 2017
Nevada deserves action, answers, and the assurance that the nation is working to prevent another dangerous data breach.
Sep 11, 2017 Press Release
September 11, 2017
No one who wore the uniform deserves to be on the streets.
Sep 8, 2017 Press Release
September 9, 2017
We must always rebuild from the rubble by providing food, shelter, and the promise that order will be restored.
Sep 5, 2017 Press Release
September 5, 2017
Trump's decision will tear apart families and harm our economy. Congresswoman Titus will fight for Congress to responsibly act.
Issues:
Sep 4, 2017 Press Release
September 4, 2017
Today we reaffirm our commitment to American workers.
Aug 31, 2017 Press Release
August 31, 2017
Trump is signaling that he will end a program that has helped 13,000 Nevada residents go to school, advance in careers, and build families. DREAMers do not deserve to live in the shadows.
Issues:
Aug 30, 2017 Press Release
August 30, 2017
'Trickle Down Economics' is not the solution.
Aug 30, 2017 Press Release
August 30, 2017
These funds will ensure that the most vulnerable residents of Southern Nevada have roofs over their heads, food on their plates, and opportunities to succeed.
Issues:
Aug 29, 2017 Press Release
August 29, 2017
Rep. Titus continues her years' long effort to protect wild horses and burros.
Aug 24, 2017 Press Release
August 24, 2017
Zinke's leaked plan undermines transparency and the work of so many advocates who want to protect our public lands.

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Sep 28, 2016
AP

A nonprofit that was supposed to distribute most of the $202 million that Nevada got in a recession-era government bailout has "a pervasive culture of waste and abuse" and has been spending as much money on itself as on homeowners trying to avoid foreclosure, according to federal auditors.

Sep 28, 2016
Las Vegas Sun

When the male members of the Clark County Commission invited Thalia Dondero, the first-ever elected female commissioner, to the old Desert Inn Country Club for a round of golf in 1974, she accepted even though she had never played the game.

Sep 28, 2016
Asian Journal

Las Vegas’ new Asian Culture Center celebrated its grand opening ceremony on Monday, August 29.

The festivities began at 3pm, with honorable mayor of the City of Las Vegas, Carolyn Goodman, cutting the ceremonial ribbon.

Sep 28, 2016
Reno Gazette Journal

Bonnie Fairchild Bryan, 26th First Lady of Nevada and wife of former Gov. and Sen. Richard Bryan, died Tuesday, according to a statement from the Bryan family. She was 77.

She died of leukemia and was surrounded by her husband and family, according to the release.

Bonnie Bryan is survived by her husband and three children.

Funeral services are pending.

Sep 28, 2016
Review Journal

The Department of Veterans Affairs awarded $4.65 million in grants Tuesday to organizations in Nevada for curbing homelessness among veterans and their families.

Sep 28, 2016
Morning Consult

Three western House Democrats called for President Obama to use the Antiquities Act to create a new national monument in each of their states Tuesday, as the National Park Service nears its 100th birthday on Thursday.

Sep 28, 2016
Action 13 News

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) - Families seeking citizenship status are being targeted by scammers, according to Nevada Congresswoman Dina Titus.

"Notario Fraud" is happening every day and these scammers are exploiting money, personal information and even jeopardizing the eligibility status of prospective residents.

Sep 28, 2016
Las Vegas Sun

The glass panels at Las Vegas City Hall rattle with thundering booms as a heavily armed couple donned with tactical gear enter the building shooting.

It’s an active-shooter training session and the attackers are using blank cartridges. But it sounded like the real thing.

Here’s how the scenario played out:

Sep 28, 2016
The Guardian

When American consumers shop for leather goods, it probably doesn’t enter their minds that their new belts, bags or shoes could be made not from cows or pigs but from cats and dogs. But not only is it a possibility, it’s hard for consumers to know what they have been sold.

Sep 28, 2016
KNPR

As the eyes of the political world turn to Cleveland and Philadelphia over the next two weeks, Congress is taking a vacation.

That's despite inaction on a number of pieces of legislation, and issues, President Obama has asked the legislature to address.

Dina Titus, a Democrat who represents Nevada's first congressional district, isn't happy about that.