As the Senate Democrats said in their letter to President Obama, “Because House Republicans have not acted, we fully support your decision to use your well-established executive authority to improve as much of the immigration system as you can.” The Senate acted 507 days ago to fix our broken immigration system and passed a comprehensive immigration reform bill that reduces the deficit, unites families, strengthens our national security, and improves our economy.
Nevada Senator Harry Reid made the following statement today:
I congratulate the Republican Leader, who will soon become the new Senate Majority Leader. The senior Senator from Kentucky and I have known one another for a very long time, and I appreciate his devotion to our country and the Senate. He knows that I hold him in the highest regard. I’m ready to work with him in good faith to make this esteemed institution function again for the American people.
Nevada Senator Harry Reid released the following statement after President Obama announced a historic agreement with China to reduce carbon pollution and tackle climate change
Nevada Senator Harry Reid released the following statement today in recognition of Veterans Day, which falls on Tuesday, November 11th
Nevada Senator Harry Reid released the following statement today following President Obama’s announcement in Beijing that the United States and China would increase the duration of visitor visas from one year to ten years.
Nevada Senator Harry Reid made the following statement today on the October employment report. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the economy added 214,000 jobs in October, while the unemployment rate fell to 5.8 percent.
Nevada Senator Harry Reid released the following statement congratulating Senator McConnell
Washington, D.C. – Nevada Senator Harry Reid released the following statement on Nevada Day. Reid also submitted to the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s special 150th edition “What’s so great about our state?”
Nevada Senator Harry Reid issued the following statement today on Nevada’s September employment report. According to the Nevada State Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation, the Nevada unemployment rate fell to 7.3%, its lowest since July 2008.