What consenting adults do behind closed doors is not my business.— Shelley Berkley
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I won’t stop fighting to give Nevadans access to affordable health care just because my husband is a doctor, just like I won’t stop standing up for veterans because my father served in World War II.
There is such a desire to give everybody a piece, we're probably wasting a great deal of homeland security money trying to be politically correct, when we really need to make sure that our cities get the money they need.
While I support initiatives to improve quality and efficiency in Medicare, I do not believe that these efficiencies should come at the cost of patient well being.
For the Department of Energy to conduct this investigation is like the fox watching the hen house.
I have a reputation for being the hardest working person in Congress.
One accident or terrorist strike involving high-level waste would endanger lives and cause a catastrophe that would leave millions of dollars in damages and take years to clean up
I come home every weekend and I still can't believe I represent Las Vegas in Congress. It's such a kick.
Not only does investing in your infrastructure provide very good construction jobs, at the end of the project, you have something.
Nobody wants to pay higher taxes. But do you want your kids to get a good education? You have to pay for that. Do you want Medicare for senior citizens? I do. We have to pay for it.
If you improve your education system, there's no telling what kind of businesses you'll be able to attract.
My mother had a fear of doctors - other than her daughter marrying one.
Not only is privatizing Social Security not the solution to Social Security, it would exacerbate the problem.
I cannot understand for the life of me why DOE is going forward with this licensing procedure when we do not know whether or not the scientific documentation upon which you are basing your decisions is, in fact, flawed.
An ambassador for peace, Pope John Paul II stood steadfast against communism and condemned discrimination against all people.