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Soon after video of George Floyd’s death emerged, a Metro Police colleague walked into Undersheriff Christopher Darcy’s office to show it to him, saying “I think the city’s going to burn,” foreshadowing raucous weekslong protests across the U.S., including in Las Vegas.
After the conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd, President Joe Biden pleaded with the nation — and Congress — not to look away.
Several lawmakers from Nevada released statements Tuesday afternoon following the verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.
Congressman Steven Horsford said:
Nevada’s drinking water infrastructure will need more than $5 billion in maintenance costs over the next two decades. Internet access in portions of the state’s vast rural areas is lacking. And extreme weather has brought more than $1 billion in repairs over the last decade.
With their reelections perhaps hinging on how the public will view the impact of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan (ARP), Democratic members of Nevada’s congressional delegation highlighted what they say the legislation will mean for schools, families, business owners, and medical providers
FirstMed Health and Wellness is the kind of community clinic U.S. Rep. Steven Horsford wants to see more of, and it’s the kind getting a boost from the federal government.
LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — U.S. Rep. Steven Horsford (D-Nev.) announced in Washington, D.C., that he introduced legislation on Friday designed to reduce the contraband that gets into prisons.
U.S. Rep. Steven Horsford’s personal story is a big part of his stance on gun laws, and he’s telling that story in a video posted by Now This Opinions.
“I lost my father to gun violence,” the Nevada Democrat said.
Nevada’s unemployment hit quickly and hit hard.
Many will tell you the state’s unemployment agency did not answer the bell when people needed it most.
So what now? What will it take to make things better?
Some of the solutions seem simple. And just right.
Vice President Kamala Harris described the cross-country tour she kicked off today in Las Vegas not as touting the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan, but explaining it so people know what they are entitled to under the historic pandemic relief act.