"He's laser-focused on the economy and jobs, and he doesn't want to put anyone out of a job."
Guess who said this a… t.co/BuVWxJVCBp
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Against the death penalty.
Against private prisons.
Against cash bail.
For a $12 minimum wage.
For gun background c… t.co/sTz2Pw79XP
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We loved having all those students there last night. Added so much to the event. Thanks to all the high schoolers a… t.co/9sMWuYn7VM
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I want a movie called "House Has Fallen" where Gerard Butler finds a way to break into the chamber on Jan. 29 so th… t.co/wtQ01hnTdu
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Hopping on a plane soon to go up for the launch party of @SJSpotlight, where I will be speaking about how nonprofit… t.co/qkQgAplMwP
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So many @Lis_Smith stab wounds (and ceaseless mocking, which hurts more). t.co/ZcnXf2R386
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@OyVegas @GovSisolak @TheNVIndy Thanks, my friend!
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A quick note of thanks to the hundreds of folks who attended our #IndyTalks last night w/@GovSisolak. The… t.co/3dvvE1gtGG
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Another in our ongoing series of profiles of #nvleg frosh..... t.co/LuHbCmODcA
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The Las Vegas Review-Journal always planned to publish answers from decision-makers about the owner's stadium plan, despite an email that seemed to imply otherwise, an editor said Wednesday. Managing Editor Glenn Cook was responding to a post in which I pointed out an email from one of his subordinates could be interpreted -- as some inside and outside the newspaper did – as using reporters to poll or even intimidate elected officials. “We completely deny any allegation that our reporters are...