All posts tagged "Dean Heller"

  • Government
    Heller: Spineless and Reptilian

    In Genesis, the pharaoh looks out over the Nile “And, behold, there came up out of the...

  • Nevada
    Nevada News & Views: September 5, 2017

    #NeverHeller Movement Adds Another to Long List of Grievances Yesterday, on Labor Day, Nevada Republican Sen. Dean Heller came...

  • Politics
    Sen. Heller Considers Run For Governor In 2018

    (Ray Hagar, Nevada Newsmakers) – U.S. Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., said he would consider a run for Nevada...

  • Politics
    Heller supports bills to protect Nevadans: NDAA and Mass Aerial Surveillance Act

    (Sen. Dean Heller) – As we near the end of June, I would like to update all Nevadans on recent happenings in Washington, DC. I want to start with some good news. First, legislation including the extension of the future I-11 passed through the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. This...

  • Politics
    Heller doesn’t see much Nevada suffering from Reid retirement

    (Laura Myers of Las Vegas Review-Journal) – U.S. Sen. Dean Heller on Wednesday played down any notion that...

  • Politics
    Heller’s Latest Ad Attacks Berkley’s Alleged Ethics Violations

    (Sean Whaley/Nevada News Bureau) – A new ad released by the Dean Heller for Senate campaign this week documents what it describes as an established pattern of Rep. Shelley Berkley, D-Nev., using her office for personal gain. “Berkley pushed legislation and twisted the arms of federal regulators, advocating policies for financial gain, saving...

  • Politics
    Patriot Majority Ads False, Claims Heller Campaign

    (Sean Whaley/Nevada News Bureau) – A television ad campaign sponsored by the pro-Democrat Patriot Majority attacking GOP Sen. Dean Heller on his Medicare votes has expanded to Las Vegas and is again being called false by his campaign. The ads say Heller voted to “end Medicare,” twice, once while serving in the House...

  • Opinion
    Boulder City Rocks The Fourth Of July

    NN&V Exclusive (Lori Piotrowski) – It has been more years than I care to publish since I...

  • Politics
    Gov. Sandoval, NV Congressmen, Candidates Weigh In On Affordable Care Ruling

    (Sean Whaley/Nevada News Bureau) – Gov. Brian Sandoval said today the effects of the U.S. Supreme Court decisionupholding much of the Affordable Care Act on the state’s Medicaid program remain unclear. “The implications for Medicaid costs are still unclear, but Nevada will prepare to meet the serious financial implications of this decision,”...

  • Government
    Amodei Slap Down: Now That’s Got to Leave a Mark

    (Thomas Mitchell/4TH ST8) Who’d’ve taken soft-spoken, polite-to-a-fault, in Congress-only-nine-months Rep. Mark Amodei for a triple-play threat. In one simple declarative statement released via email Wednesday, Amodei wove in just-beneath-the-surface nuances that stabbed fellow Democratic Rep. Shelley Berkley in the back, stroked fellow Republican Sen. Dean Heller and tweaked the upturned, imperious nose...

  • Government
    Paycheck Fairness Act Defeated, Just as Democrats Planned

    (Thomas Mitchell/4TH ST8) The Paycheck Fairness Act vote went as expected and failed on a vote of 52-47 today. The bill needed 60 votes for cloture to move it forward in the legislative process. Sen. Harry Reid voted aye at first but then changed his vote to no, presumably so he could...

  • Politics
    Candidates File For Office, Hit The Ground Electioneering

    (Sean Whaley/Nevada News Bureau) – There was a flurry of candidate filing for office and some political maneuvering as Nevada’s 2012 election season officially got under way. Over 90 candidates filed for a variety of offices in Clark County. Another 17 filed with the Secretary of State’s office and others filed...

  • Politics
    2012 Has To Be A Turning Point

    NN&V Exclusive (Senator Dean Heller) – The early weeks of a new year can be the most...

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