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Horsford Files For Re-Election

The Democrat is seeking re-election in a district formed for the 2012 elections.


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Lawmakers Split On Debt Ceiling Vote

Nevada’s congressional delegation split along party lines to suspend the federal debt limit through mid-March 2015.


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Horsford: 21,000 Nevadans Lost Benefits

Rep. Steven Horsford says 21,000 Nevadans have lost extended jobless benefits since the federal program expired Dec. 28.


Democrats Target Unemployment Aid in 2014 Campaign Pivot

Live And Local With Kevin Wall 1/6/14: Steven Horsford, Glenn Cook

Congressman Steven Horsford joins the program to talk about unemployment benefits and more.


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Congressman To Seek Re-Election

Congressman Steven Horsford will seek a second term next year.


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Rep. Horsford Undergoes Heart Surgery

Rep. Steven Horsford is recovering following a cardiac surgical procedure to address what is being described as a hereditary condition.


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House Denies Anti-Terrorism Funds For Las Vegas

An amendment to help restore federal funding for homeland security in Las Vegas and other cities has failed to win passage.


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House Approves Funds For Nellis Projects

The U. S. House of Representatives has approved nearly $80-million in funding for five projects at Nellis Air Force Base.


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Horsford Seeks More Anti-Terrorism Funds

Congressman Steven Horsford says he’ll work to get more federal anti-terrorism funding for the Las Vegas Valley.


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Nevada’s Delegation Reacts To President’s Address

Nevada’s congressional delegation split along party lines on President Obama’s State of the Union address.