In The News

Sep 17, 2018
LVRJ: Tears flow at hospital reunion of Las Vegas shooting survivors
Survivors of the Oct. 1 shooting on the Strip who were treated at Sunrise returned with their families for a tearful afternoon of thank-yous to the doctors and nurses who had patched their wounds and, in some cases, saved their lives.
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Sep 17, 2018
NV Independent: Indy DC Download: Nevada dodges another Yucca funding bullet
Last week I joined Rep. Peter DeFazio (OR) to call on the chairman of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee to hold a hearing following a recent report from the General Services Administration (GSA) Inspector General (IG) found that the GSA intentionally misled Congress about White House interference in the decision to cancel a plan to relocate the FBI headquarters.
Sep 14, 2018
Forbes: Marijuana Bill Approved By Congressional Committee, Despite Drug Conviction Restriction Dispute
The Judiciary Committee passed the Medical Cannabis Research Act. This bipartisan bill I've cosponsored is a small step in removing barriers to federal research, including at our VA facilities. There's more work to do, but this is a commonsense bill that should become law.
Sep 13, 2018
A Humane Nation: U.S. House votes to crack down on dog and cat meat, wildlife trafficking
I spoke on the Floor on an important resolution calling for the end of the dog and cat meat trade. More than 30 million dogs and millions of cats are killed for their meat each year across Asia, and it is time we do all we can to stop this ugly trade for good.
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Aug 27, 2018
LV Sun: Bold vision needed to tackle health care in America
Medicare for All is a bold idea, but Congress must be bold to solve our nation’s affordable health care crisis. While I will continue to try to find ways of reaching across the aisle, I hope that my Republican colleagues realize that leaving millions without access to affordable and reliable health care is not the way forward. Simply too much is at stake for Nevadans.
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Aug 21, 2018
MSNBC: Rep. Titus: Cost of military parade all 'Trump’s fault'
Over the weekend, I joined Alex Witt on MSNBC to discuss Trump's military parade, the targeting of Dir. Brennan, and the failed policies of my Republican colleagues in the House.
Aug 16, 2018
Boulder City Review: Interstate 11 opens
The interstate is the first step in linking Las Vegas to Phoenix, and it’s set to eventually stretch from Mexico to Canada.
Aug 13, 2018
LVRJ: Las Vegas shooting, crime victims to benefit from $3.4B in grants
“These funds are important for addressing the needs of victims of crimes, including those impacted by 1 October,” said Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev.
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Aug 10, 2018
LVRJ: Nation’s newest freeway, 15-mile stretch of I-11, ready to roll

A carved section of the Eldorado Mountains gave way to a picturesque view of Lake Mead from the scenic overlook on Interstate 11, where transportation officials and local politicians gathered Thursday to open the nation’s newest freeway.

Aug 9, 2018
WRIC: VA orders more dogs for research days after Congress cuts funding for experiments
The Department of Veterans Affairs may be trying to get around Congress efforts to defund its deadly dog experiments.
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