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GOP lawmakers begin challenge to health care law
Saturday, November 13, 2010
The health care overhaul was never expected to go unchallenged in Congress, but this week, lawmakers made an earlier-than-expected move from tongue-lashing to taking actual legal steps to change the law.
Harry Reid back at White House for health care talks
Friday, January 15, 2010
WASHINGTON -- Greetings, Early Liners and welcome to this Friday afternoon political wrap-up.
Harry Reid's GOP opposition vows to repeal 'ObamaCare'
Thursday, January 14, 2010
WASHINGTON – Three of the Republicans vying for the chance to run against Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid this year signed a pledge today – vowing to vote to repeal health care legislation if elected in November.
Can Harry Reid keep 60 Democrats? Analyst not so sure
Thursday, January 14, 2010
WASHINGTON -- Hello, Early Liners. Lots of moving parts today so here’s an afternoon political round-up for your perusal.
Michelle Obama: Harry Reid has 'no need to apologize'
Wednesday, January 13, 2010
First Lady Michelle Obama said today that Senate Majority Leader Harry "has no need to apologize" to her for his racially insensitive remarks about her husband, the New York Times is reporting.
Magazine feature on Reid comes at opportune time
Wednesday, January 13, 2010
WASHINGTON — A preview of the New York Times Magazine story coming Sunday on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is now available, sure to introduce the often-inscrutable Nevadan to unfamiliar readers nationwide.
New decade begins with optimism
Monday, January 4, 2010
Greetings, Early Liners. That New Year optimism is palpable, with much anticipation about the new decade being better than the lost one left behind — despite the nagging suspicion that the ailing economy, renewed terror threats and the hyper-partisanship political climate will not simply improve with the turning of the 2009 calendar page.
Harry Reid, GOP opponents find own set of obstacles
Monday, December 14, 2009
WASHINGTON -- Greetings, Early Liners. As if Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid does not have a big enough headache this morning with Sen. Joseph Lieberman potentially dooming health care reform, there's lots of punditry this weekend about the senator’s own troubled re-election in Nevada.
Meeting of GOP governors draws challengers, not Gibbons
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
WASHINGTON -- One notable absence from last week's Republican Governors' Association meeting was that of Nevada Gov. Jim Gibbons.
Sen. John Ensign affair to resurface on 'Nightline'
Monday, November 23, 2009
WASHINGTON -- Greetings, Early Liners. The ongoing story of Republican Sen. John Ensign’s affair with the wife of a former top aide resurfaces anew tonight when ABC airs a new interview with the woman’s husband, Doug Hampton, on “Nightline.”
Senate vote on health care bill likely to happen Saturday
Thursday, November 19, 2009
WASHINGTON -- You might want to reconsider your Saturday evening plans if you, like most of the Hill right now, are glued to the health care vote in the Senate.
Lawmakers on standby to get health care bill
Monday, November 16, 2009
WASHINGTON -- Greetings, Early Liners. As the Senate is poised to take up health care reform, it kind of feels like everyone is waiting for the party to start if only the guest of honor – in this case, the bill – would arrive.
Harry Reid's fourth TV ad begins running today
Friday, November 13, 2009
WASHINGTON -- Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's latest TV campaign ad goes up today -- the fourth in a month -- touting the senator's clout and his belief that Nevada's hard times will turn around.
Rep. Berkley livens health care debate with story of her own
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
WASHINGTON -- Leave it to Democratic Rep. Shelley Berkley to liven up a late-night health care hearing with tales of dating the doctor who would become her husband.
Attention in D.C. focuses on health care proposals
Monday, November 9, 2009
WASHINGTON -- Greetings, Early Liners. All eyes turn to the Senate this week after the House’s historic passage of health care reform legislation over the weekend, but actually, not much will be happening there unless you’re able to peer behind the closed doors of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s office.

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