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February 11, 2014
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Disparity in Conservation league ratings

Members of Nevada’s congressional delegation received a wide range of marks in the annual League of Conservation Voters ratings. The league each year produces a National Environmental Scorecard to rate members of Congress on the environment and public-health safeguards. League officials say this year’s ratings produced all-time lows for House Republicans including Mark Amodei, who got a score of 4 percent. Fellow House Republican Joe Heck scored 14 percent, while the other GOP member of the delegation, Sen. Dean Heller, received a mark of 23 percent. By contrast, Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s score was 100 percent in the …

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