You can’t quite call him “Senator Feelgood,” but you can count Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid among the supporters of medical marijuana.
The year was 2002, and popular Nevada Gov. Kenny Guinn was running for re-election.
You can tell the powers that be are concerned about The Education Initiative because the level of rhetoric against it is rising.
President Barack Obama had options.
There wasn’t much surprise last week to University Medical Center CEO Brian Brannman’s decision to resign his post.
Back in 2002 when senatorial son Rory Reid was preparing to run for the Clark County Commission, the story is told that his father, Harry Reid, tried to talk him out of it.
This could be an awkward luncheon.
Nevada Sen. Dean Heller is “not some maverick that is out spewing socialism,” said Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid on Sunday’s “Face the Nation.”
Democrats love taxes. We all know that.