NEVADA POLITICS FOR PEASANTS
Nevada Politics for peasants is for Nevada citizens who want to know what their
Nevada politicians won’t tell them?
Nevada politicians are notorious for ignoring their constituents.
No politician or government worker in Nevada has any idea why the Las Vegas
Massacre, killed 60 people and hurt more than 500 people.
Governor Sisolak refuses to explain why Nevada taxpayer
money was being spent in 2019 to keep our nation’s southern border open. The Nevada State Attorney General’s office and Nevada State
Representatives, Joe Hardy, Clair Clift
and Chris Edwards refused to answer constituent’s questions about why Nevada taxpayer
money was being spent to keep our nation’s southern border open.
Nevada’s federal government Senators, Jacky Rosen and Catherine Cortez Masto
refused to explain why they voted to allow the killing of new born babies who
had survived abortion. Catherine Cortez Masto did, however, show the courtesy to reply. (See her reply below).
Perhaps you will have some success in getting your Nevada politicians to
explain their actions to you.
Catherine Cortez Masto responds to the question: "Why did you oppose legislation to provide the right to life to a baby that survived abortion?" Thank you for contacting me about your views on abortion. I appreciate hearing from you.
As you know, in 1973 the landmark Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade ruled that restrictions on women’s right to choose during the first third of a pregnancy are unconstitutional. A later case, Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania vs Casey
, established that women seeking reproductive care should not face
an “undue burden,” meaning that laws limiting these services cannot
place substantial limitations on women seeking them.
Women’s health is a priority for me and I firmly believe that choices
should be made between women and their doctors without interference from
Washington. Many pieces of legislation that have been introduced to
limit choice would not only place an unconstitutional “undue burden” on
women, but would jeopardize access to other health services. I believe
access to safe and legal reproductive care is essential for every women.
Although we may disagree on this issue, I appreciate you sharing your
thoughts with me and will be sure to keep them in mind should the Senate
consider any legislation on this issue.
Thank you, again, for sharing your views on this important subject. I
appreciate hearing from you and your input helps me be a better voice
for Nevadans. Please continue to share your thoughts with me as I work
to represent our great state in the United States Senate.