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With no senators up for re-election and a Gov. Brian Sandoval all but guaranteed a second term, Nevada's upcoming midterm elections promise to be a bit of a snooze.
Given all the attacks from the likes of Sen. Harry Reid against Charles and David Koch of Wichita-based Koch Industries Inc., it might be surprising for some on the left to find that this is an issue where they agree with the Koch brothers.
The persistent past-presidential candidate on Thursday ripped into congressional Democrats' attempts to "play politics" on raising the wage to $10.10 an hour by not putting more muscle behind an obscure procedural tactic that could force a vote on raising the wage.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who has been arguing that the Washington Redskins' name is racist, claims team owner Dan Snyder tried to give gifts to a Nevada tribe so the Native Americans would support his Redskins brand.
Assistant Secretary of the Interior Anne Castle told the "Business of Water" conference in Las Vegas that there's no one-step way to avoid the possibility of cuts in water deliveries in the next few years to states including Arizona and Nevada.
Southern Utah University, the Senate majority leader's alma mater, has received a deluge of requests to remove Reid's name from a building on campus - and some hefty donation pledges to make it happen.
Front page of the Courier Journal has Mitch McConnell's promises to the Koch brothers in their secret mtg http://t.co/XzDErYDAmg #kysen Charles and David Koch - America's favorite political porn merchants and the Mitchell Brothers of the Citizens United era - are having a week for themselves.
Sitting near the headwaters of the Colorado River, Denver seems like it would have little reason to worry about the drought that has parched Las Vegas and the Southwest.
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There was very little political sparring at a forum on the U.S. Senate race Thursday at the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce's business summit.
The Washington, DC punditocracy was awash this week with The Word. The Word was: The "wave" that has been expected to wash over the nation in favor of the GOP does not appear to be building as we approach the two-months-to-go mark toward the November 4 mid-term elections.
A Republican-controlled Congress would use the power of the purse to overturn President Barack Obama's policies, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky told a private gathering sponsored by Americans for Prosperity, The New York Times reported.
People keep talking about Vice President Joe Biden's tendency to commit "gaffes".
Republicans are poised to recapture the U.S. Senate and must use the 10 weeks after Labor Day to let voters know what their priorities are for running the country, Karl Rove wrote in a commentary in The Wall Street Journal .
Rep. David McKinley blames much of Congress' failure to pass meaningful legislation on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's refusal to bring more than 350 bills passed out of the House up for consideration, he said during a Tuesday visit to Wheeling.
Nevada lawmakers approved funds Wednesday for a new phase in the state's 25-year fight to prevent the federal government from burying the nation's nuclear waste beneath an ancient volcanic ridge about 90 miles northwest of Las Vegas.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 10:24 am
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