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When U.S. Democratic Rep. Steven Horsford was 19, his father was shot and killed. He almost lost his mother as well, who struggled with drug addiction before she became sober 26 years ago.
Nearly three decades later, Horsford sat at the West Las Vegas Library on Monday listening to a group of predominantly Black youth who shared similar experiences of gun violence and addiction.
Democrats made their pitch for America’s first nationwide parental and medical leave program Thursday, as Congress began work on what could be the signature bill of the Biden presidency.
Congressman Steven Horsford joined MSNBC's Alex Witt to discuss pressing issues of the day, including the exit from Afghanistan, voting rights, the federal eviction moratorium, and President Biden's Build Back Better agenda.
How will the White House spend your money, to get people back to work?
Labor Secretary Martin Walsh talked to Las Vegas locals about getting our economy back to full speed.
This roundtable with Walsh, along with House members Steven Horsford and Susie Lee focused on the benefits of youth employment.
The COVID-19 pandemic looks different in each of Nevada’s rural communities. As we move closer to crushing the virus, equitable — and flexible — investments in rural communities are essential to help all Nevadans build back better for the long run.
Democratic Nevada Rep. Steven Horsford was 19 when a gunman shot and killed his father. Now, 30 years later, he hopes his experience prompts change through programs aimed at keeping young people away from violence.
Rep. Steven Horsford, D-Nev., has nine community projects in Congressional District 4 that will be funded in federal appropriations legislation, including school safety in Yerington.
The first installments of the newly expanded federal child care tax credit will start arriving on Thursday for the families of some 600,000 Nevada children, with local advocates and Southern Nevada’s congressional delegation hailing the
Nevada's Democratic Rep. Steven Horsford has made lowering prescription drug costs a key pillar of his election promises, and on Tuesday the congressman plans to introduce two bills in an attempt to help people pay less at the pharmacy.
A $715 billion transportation and water projects bill passed by the House on Thursday includes more than $51 million for Nevada projects, including funding for interstates, potential grant money for high-speed rail and Amtrak.