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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Steven Horsford
Assemblywoman Lucy Flores announced her candidacy Saturday in the high-stakes race for Nevada lieutenant governor, pledging to be a voice for the middle class.
Nevada politicians are speaking out against last-minute changes in a congressional bill to create a Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument in Las Vegas.
Rep. Steven Horsford has traded his suit and tie for a brown, short-sleeve UPS uniform - not because he's quitting Congress, but because it's a way to make closer contact with his constituents.
Nevada Assemblyman Cresent Hardy is launching his bid for Congress and hopes to unseat incumbent Democratic Rep. Steven Horsford in November.
Nevada Congressman Steven Horsford says his guest for the State of the Union address will be a woman who's two weeks away from losing her unemployment benefits.
Rep. Steven Horsford says 21,000 Nevadans have lost extended jobless benefits since the federal program expired Dec. 28.
Las Vegas is celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a 32nd annual parade in his honor.
At the top of their roosts in Washington, leaders of Congress are, as usual, turning out to be niche players on the national campaign stage.
"Sometimes in Washington you get a little disconnected," he said. "I want to make sure I know what people are actually doing each day. It's hard work!"
Even the company's entry-level loaders make $11 to $12 per hour, he said.