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Oct 13, 2017 Press Release
October 13, 2017
Trump will now have to own up to his actions when Americans ask why we took away their health care.
Oct 12, 2017 Press Release
October 12, 2017
High capacity magazines have no place in our neighborhoods.
Oct 11, 2017 Press Release
October 11, 2017
These funds will help pay law enforcement for their tireless work to protect and secure our community during the October 1 tragedy.
Oct 10, 2017 Press Release
October 10, 2017
The new proposal carries weaker penalties for criminals compared to legislation already introduced by Rep. Titus to ban "bump stocks."
Oct 6, 2017 Press Release
October 6, 2017
The CBO report has many major flaws.
Oct 4, 2017 Press Release
October 4, 2017
Today Reps. Titus and Cicilline took action.
Oct 4, 2017 Press Release
October 4, 2017
After meeting the President, Rep. Titus asked him to work with the House Gun Violence Prevention Task Force to help save lives.
Oct 2, 2017 Press Release
October 2, 2017
My heart aches.
Sep 29, 2017 Press Release
September 29, 2017
It turns out he wasn't so fiscally conservative.
Sep 28, 2017 Press Release
September 28, 2017
The funds will play a critical role to build infrastructure that will help grow the economy.


Sep 22, 2017
Lawmakers ask VA to explain lethal methamphetamine experiments on dogs

Nine Democratic lawmakers have asked the Department of Veterans Affairs to explain why the agency is conducting taxpayer-funded experiments in which dogs are killed to study the effects of methamphetamine and antidepressants on their brains.

Sep 22, 2017
USAToday: Airline debacles spark questions about privatizing air traffic control

WASHINGTON -- Several lawmakers questioned Tuesday whether to move air-traffic control from the Federal Aviation Administration to a private corporation, after recent airline debacles.

The comments came at a House Transportation Committee hearing about customer service, after United Airlines dragged a passenger off a flight April 9 to make room for a crew member.

Sep 22, 2017
LVRJ: Yucca Mountain not included in federal spending bill

WASHINGTON — A broad spending bill to fund the federal government through September does not include money for licensing the Yucca Mountain nuclear repository, Nevada lawmakers said Monday.

Sep 22, 2017
RJ: Environmentalists join together at UNLV for People’s Climate March

More than 200 people came to the UNLV campus Saturday to participate in the sister march for the national People’s Climate March. A throng of people chanted and held signs as they wrapped around the university’s student union building.

Sep 22, 2017
Trump’s tax-reform plan could ding Nevada residents

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s tax reform proposal calls for tax cuts across the board, but would also eliminate a deduction that could ding Silver State pocketbooks.

The proposal would eliminate the state, local and sales tax deductions on federal tax forms.

Sep 22, 2017
Nevada leaders speak against plans to revive Yucca Mountain project

Draft legislation to revive the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository project brought almost all of Nevada’s congressional delegation together Wednesday to express opposition in Washington, D.C.

Sep 22, 2017
State officials to fight Yucca Mountain through litigation

LAS VEGAS - The State of Nevada is intervening in a lawsuit filed by the State of Texas against Energy Secretary Rick Perry.

Texas officials are suing Secretary Perry to require the Department of Energy to restart the Yucca Mountain permitting process within 12 months.

Nevada is intervening in the suit in an attempt to stop that from happening.

Sep 22, 2017
The Hill: Congress must act on Veterans Affairs accountability

Accountability reforms at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) are urgently needed to protect veterans, taxpayers — and animals.

Sep 22, 2017
LATimes: Los Angeles VA ends testing on narcoleptic dogs

After questions from California members of Congress, the West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs Medical Center has halted planned tests on narcoleptic dogs.

Sep 22, 2017
WashingtonExaminer: House votes to ban VA medical tests on dogs

The House voted Wednesday to ban all Department of Veterans Affairs medical testing that causes pain to dogs, language that is now part of a multi-agency funding bill.

By voice vote, lawmakers approved an amendment that would prevent the VA from spending any money on those tests. The bipartisan proposal was offered by Reps. Dave Brat, R-Va., and Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev.