In The News

Nov 7, 2019
KNPR: Rep. Titus On The Next Step In The Impeachment Inquiry
The push to impeach President Donald Trump is moving forward. Thursday, the House of Representatives authorized a resolution for the House Intelligence Committee to conduct open hearings and allow the president’s attorneys to cross-examine witnesses. Dina Titus is Nevada’s only congressional member right in the middle of it.
Nov 4, 2019
LVRJ: Rep. Dina Titus marks first step in marijuana banking bill
Nevada Rep. Dina Titus on Monday donned a gold pot leaf pin on her lapel. She and representatives of the cannabis and banking industries gathered in a Las Vegas dispensary to mark the U.S. House of Representatives’ passage of the SAFE Banking Act — a bill that would allow marijuana dispensaries and growers to use banks and credit unions.
Sep 30, 2019
LVRJ: Nevada lawmakers want Trump investigations to continue
A House subcommittee headed by Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev., is investigating whether the president violated the emoluments clause of the Constitution and profited illegally from foreign leaders staying at his Trump International Hotel in Washington, another property leased by Trump from the federal government.
Sep 27, 2019
LVRJ: Bill requiring airport signage in multiple languages passes House
Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev., said she introduced the bill to make sure the Transportation Services Administration “goes the extra mile in Las Vegas and at airports all across the country to communicate with the traveling public.”
Sep 26, 2019
LVRJ: Titus investigating Trump lease for Washington hotel
Nevada Rep. Dina Titus held a congressional hearing Wednesday to investigate legal and ethical questions surrounding President Donald Trump’s lease of a building that houses his International Hotel.
Sep 17, 2019
Nevada Today: Reps. Dina Titus and Ted Deutch Speak with Gun Violence Prevention Activists About the Path Ahead
Titus and Deutch both expressed their frustration over the typical media framing that “Congress isn’t doing anything.” Instead, Titus pointed out, “Democrats in the House are acting. It’s McConnell and the Republicans in the Senate who are not acting.” Later on, Deutch added, “It’s been over 200 days since we sent the universal background checks bills to the Senate. McConnell hasn’t taken it up. People keep losing their lives every day those bills sit there.”
Sep 17, 2019
LVRJ: Democrats optimistic on gun control during Las Vegas roundtable
Rep. Ted Deutch, D-Fla., whose district includes Parkland where a gunman shot and killed 17 people in 2018, is the lead sponsor of the Keep Americans Safe Act, which would ban ammunition magazines that contain more than 10 rounds for handguns and rifles. Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev., is a co-sponsor.
Sep 17, 2019
LV Sun: Titus, Parkland congressman talk about gun safety legislation
At a roundtable discussion Monday in Las Vegas, Titus and Deutch talked about legislation including the Keep Americans Safe Act, which would, with some exceptions, ban magazines with more than a 10-round capacity. The House Judiciary Committee passed the act earlier this month.
Sep 11, 2019
Raw Dem knifes ‘war monger’ John Bolton as he exits: ‘A terrible adviser to an already clueless president’
A Democratic member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee said on Tuesday that she supports “clueless” President Donald Trump’s decision to part ways with National Security Adviser John Bolton.
Sep 10, 2019
LV Sun: Forum addresses ecological, tribal opposition to Yucca Mountain
By some measures, the federal government set the stage for the proposal in the 1950s, when it began testing atomic weapons in the Nevada desert and developed a strong military presence in Clark, Lincoln and Nye counties. Initially, and without knowing the full effects of radiation exposure, Nevadans and Las Vegans “welcomed” the testing, Titus said.