Despite Van Drew’s planned defection, Democrats will retain their House majority.
The president faces likely impeachment in the House, where Democrats have control, but he is expected to be acquitted in a trial in the Senate.
Political consultants and academics disagree about how to reach out to nonpartisan voters, but concur that engaging this fast-growing segment of the electorate is key to success at the polls.
Independent New Hampshire voters attending a convention held by the group No Labels discussed with the Review-Journal their reasons for not affiliating with a major political party.
Nevadans who don’t qualify for Medicare or Medicaid or don’t have insurance through an employer are eligible for health insurance through the exchange, Nevadahealthlink.com.
The Nevada Corrections Department has moved to make testing and treatment for hepatitis C standard procedure, but lawmakers have questioned the additional cost.
The Interim Finance Committee of the Nevada Legislature on Friday approved funding for a statewide vaping and marijuana summit in the fall of 2020.
Rep. Susie Lee, a Nevada Democrat who had expressed doubts about the House’s impeachment inquiry, said Friday she will vote in favor of impeaching President Donald Trump.
On the same week the House Judiciary Committee voted to approve two articles of impeachment against him, President Donald Trump announced trade deals with Mexico and Canada, and a preliminary agreement with China. The announcement served as a bookend to Monday’s news that the White House had reached on a deal with House Democrats over the USMCA trade agreement with Mexico and Canada.
The House Judiciary Committee approved two articles of impeachment on party-line votes on Friday, sending the articles to the House floor for consideration next week.