President Joe Biden on Friday proposed a $6 trillion budget that relies in part on new taxes on corporations and the wealthy.
Gary Martin is the Washington correspondent for the Review-Journal covering Congress. He previously served as political and government editor for the San Antonio Express-News. He has worked at newspapers in Texas and Arizona. Martin received a journalism degree from Colorado State University.
The Justice Department is reportedly preparing a legal case to force Las Vegas billionaire Steve Wynn to register as a lobbyist for a foreign country.
Family members of George Floyd met Tuesday with lawmakers on Capitol Hill and President Joe Biden at the White House on the one-year anniversary of his death in police custody.
The American Academy of Pediatrics applauded legislation filed by Rep. Dina Titus of Nevada that would create a grant program to hire more nurses for public schools.
The Department of Justice is releasing $40 million to Nevada to assist crime victims — including those who continue to suffer from injuries from the Oct. 1 mass shooting — after Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto demanded that withheld funds be sent to the state.
Negotiations have started on a possible plea agreement for a man arrested in Las Vegas for his participation in the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol.
Sen. Jacky Rosen and Rep. Susie Lee, both Nevada Democrats, filed similar bills Wednesday that would make the providers eligible for Small Business Administration loans.
Treasury Department officials released coronavirus recovery funds Monday from the $1.9 trillion package passed by Congress to help states, counties, cities and tribal governments. Nevada gets $2.7 billion.
President Biden and the first lady hit the road to sell his $4 trillion jobs and families plans in states and cities like Las Vegas where Dr. Jill Biden will appear Wednesday.
The Biden administration’s creation of a commission to focus on violence against Indigenous women was the focus of a roundtable with tribal leaders and law enforcement from Nevada.
In his first address to a joint session of Congress, President Joe Biden urged a $1.8 trillion investment in children, families and education that would fundamentally transform roles the government plays in American life.
Security concerns and pandemic rules will drastically reduce the audience in the House chamber for President Joe Biden’s address to a joint session of Congress on Wednesday.