Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., told a joint meeting of the Nevada Legislature on Thursday that Congress must bridge the partisan divide and use common sense to fix the nation’s problems. “In order for Congress to do its part in turning the Nevada economy around, Democrats and Republicans must work together,” the Carson City resident said. “Washington has gotten into the habit of prioritizing their party above everything else.” He said that instead, members of the Senate and House must adopt a common-sense approach to issues, disavowing partisan labels. “It doesn’t make any sense to support or oppose any legislation based …
Congress must get past partisan politics to serve nation, Heller says
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