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Cortez Masto eyes housing

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Cortez Masto eyes housing investments separate from stalled social spending bill

At a time when rent in Southern Nevada is rising to unattainable rates, about 30 new families have already been able to move into an income-restricted property, Decatur Commons, which was constructed by the nonprofit developer Nevada HAND. When fully completed this year, the 480-unit apartment complex will lease to low-income families and seniors earning between 30% […]

02.24.22
Nevada senator seeks to boost domestic manufacturing, ease supply chain disruptions

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Nevada senator seeks to boost domestic manufacturing, ease supply chain disruptions

Creating more manufacturing jobs in the United States could help protect against future supply chain disruptions, U.S. Sen. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., said Tuesday at a breakfast for business leaders in Las Vegas.

02.23.22
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In Las Vegas, Cortez Masto touts manufacturing legislation

At the TemperPack Technologies manufacturing facility in Sunrise Manor, Bob Beckler showed Nevada Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto the company’s sustainable insulated packaging that pharmaceutical and food companies like HelloFresh use.

02.17.22

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Cortez Masto Announces Record-Breaking $10.4M Cash on Hand After Raising $3.3M During Fourth Quarter

For the fourth quarter of 2021, Senator Catherine Cortez Masto raised $3.3 million, more than $1 million more than any Nevada Senate candidate has ever raised during this respective quarter. The fundraising haul brings Cortez Masto’s cash on hand to $10.4 million. Cortez Masto received support from nearly 43,000 individuals this quarter. 97% of campaign […]

01.10.22
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Nevada senator’s bill will close loophole in veterans’ education benefits endangered by pandemic

Air Force veteran Ally Schroeder, 27, will graduate in May from UNLV with a bachelor’s degree in nutrition sciences. She has been paying for her tuition and housing through the G.I. Bill, which has provided money toward schooling or job training to service members since the 1940s. But due to COVID-19 moving classes to a […]

12.22.21

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Biden signs Cortez Masto-cosponsored bill to help police, first-responders

LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — President Joe Biden signed into law a bill that aims to connect law enforcement officers with counseling programs. The Confidentiality Opportunities for Peer Support, or COPS, Counseling Act was co-sponsored by Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nevada, and Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa.

11.18.21

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Cortez Masto opposes increased mining taxes

WASHINGTON — A House proposal to increase taxes on mining operations on public lands drew bipartisan opposition from a Senate committee Tuesday, with testimony from a Nevada gold mine company about the impact it would have on the state. Lawmakers from Western states spoke out in opposition to the mining taxes proposed by the House. Sen. […]

10.05.21

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Senator Cortez Masto visits Sparks business to promote American manufacturing

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