IMMEDIATE BENEFITS OF HEALTH CARE REFORM
Now that the President has signed health care reform into law, learn what's in it for Nevadans and what immediate benefits you'll see this year.
Benefits for Nevadans (PDF) / Immediate Benefits
Reid Breaks Ground For New Transmission Line In Nevada
October 19, 2010 - Nevada Senator Harry Reid was joined today by Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar, as well as many other top energy officials, to break ground for the ON Line, the first phase of a major north-to-south clean power transmission line. The new transmission line -- extending from Idaho to Nevada -- will create jobs in construction and maintenance, help the renewable energy industry expand in Nevada and improve clean energy transmission capacity in the West. "Nevada has renewable resources like nowhere else on Earth," said Reid. "We are turning those resources into energy. We are turning those resources into jobs." Construction on the energy transmission line begins this year and will be operating by 2012.
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Senator Reid's Accomplishments
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Nevada Authorization Requests
Nevada Appropriations Requests
Information and Resources About Programs to Help Make Your Mortgage Affordable
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Flu Preparedness Information & Resources
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Reid Statement On 2010 Midterm Elections
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10/29/10 Reid Observes Nevada Day
Nevada Senator Harry Reid made the following statement as Nevada observes its 146th Anniversary of Nevada’s Statehood.
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