For a moment as columns of sunlight drifted through the pines with the cobalt surface of Lake Tahoe in the background, it seemed as though the partisan rancor so characteristic of this political moment might temporarily evaporate. But such congeniality was short lived, if it ever lived at all.
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- Nevada Independent: Cortez Masto, Sisolak stress climate change in Tahoe Summit speeches
- KRON4: Keeping Lake Tahoe blue a common, bipartisan goal among lawmakers
- Las Vegas Review Journal:Nevada, California officials praise efforts to preserve Lake Tahoe