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Nevada’s Delegation Reacts To President’s Address

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(Washington, DC) — Nevada’s congressional delegation split along party lines on President Obama’s State of the Union address.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says Obama delivered a “clear vision for strengthening the middle class,” while Congressman Steven Horsford called the president’s proposals “bold and optimistic.”

Republican Senator Dean Heller accused Obama of making “empty promises” on the debt, and Congressman Joe Heck called the president’s speech “more of the same.”

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