U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid will address a joint session of the Legislature in a speech Wednesday night in the Assembly Chamber. All members of Nevada's congressional delegation traditionally speak to lawmakers when the Legislature is in session every two years. In 2011, Reid raised eyebrows and generated snickers in the gallery when he said it was time Nevada abolish its tolerance of legal prostitution in rural counties. There's no word yet on what the Democratic leader will talk about this time.
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