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535 people at the U.S. Capitol have to sign off on the spending deal that would head off another shutdown.
Las Vegas Democrat Steven Horsford is one of them.
During his State of the Union address, President Donald Trump dug in on the border security fight, showing little willingness to compromise on his demand for a border wall that led to a government shutdown.
Ante una gran cantidad de familiares, amigos, oficiales electos, líderes comunitarios y ciudadanos interesados en el bienestar de la gente, Steven Horsford prestó juramento como congresista por el Distrito 4 de Nevada. La ceremonia tuvo lugar el sábado 19 de enero de 2019.
A week after Democratic Rep. Steven Horsford was appointed to the powerful House Ways and Means Committee, the panel announced he will also be one of five members to serve on the House Budget Committee.
Rep. Steven Horsford will be the first Nevada congressman to serve on the powerful House Ways and Means Committee since former Rep. Shelley Berkley left Congress six years ago.
Seats on the Ways and Means Committee are highly sought after by lawmakers, because of its jurisdiction over key economic policy issues like tax, trade and health care issues.