“We can't really keep on waiting anymore. Something needs to happen. And it has to happen now,” Bovadilla said of Congress' lame duck session. “It's being at home without feeling that sense of security.”
This week, as Democrats and Republicans wait for the Dec. 6 Georgia Senate runoff to determine whether Democrats have a vote to spare in their majority, the Democratic caucus elected new leaders and adopted new rules, the Senate passed a LGBTQ+ rights bill, and both houses voted on legislation to avert a rail workers strike.
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Abortion rights in the Silver State could be in jeopardy, Nevada’s U.S. House and Senate Democrats warned after congressional Republicans unveiled legislation this week to ban abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy.
Nevada congressional Democrats and White House officials spent the week barnstorming around the state touting legislative accomplishments, including benefits under the newly enacted Inflation Reduction Act.
Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) took to the Senate floor to debunk a “deliberately misleading” ad from a conservative dark-money group that claimed she supports “stripping $300 billion from Medicare.”