Colorado lawmakers Senators Michael Bennet (D-CO) and John Hickenlooper (D-CO), Governor Jared Polis, and U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse (D-CO) sent a letter to President Joe Biden yesterday urging him to use the Antiquities Act and other presidential authorities to protect Colorado’s Camp Hale and the Tenmile Range as the Camp Hale-Continental Divide National Monument.
Colorado Democratic Sens. Michael Bennet and John Hickenlooper are staunch supporters of President Biden’s $1.75 trillion domestic spending bill, which includes major investments to fight climate change and strengthen the country’s social safety net, but the legislation is still facing an uphill battle in the Senate that could potentially drag into the new year.
Despite a recent court ruling that could carve off a big slice of Apple and Google’s revenue for rival tech companies and app developers, Colorado Congressman Ken Buck (R-CO4) continues to sharpen his anti-trust policy knife against the Big Tech giants.
During a congressional hearing on Friday, U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse (D-CO) emphasized the importance to communities in Colorado of taking action to address climate change.
In a resolution introduced in the U.S House of Representatives yesterday, U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse (D-CO) called for a national strategy to combat the nation’s biodiversity crisis.
EAGLE, Colo. — While touring deadly wildfires in California on Monday, President Donald Trump told state officials pressing him on climate change that “it’ll start getting cooler” and “I don’t think science knows, actually.”
VAIL — Democrats stumping on the Western Slope last week took aim at Republicans Lauren Boebert and five-term U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton for their ongoing opposition to the Colorado Outdoor Recreation & Economy (CORE) Act that would protect 400,000 acres of public lands.
CO’s Neguse Promotes Successes in Wildlife Preservation, Push for Racial Diversity in Outdoors Access, Agencies, and Industry
Washington D.C.— Congressman Joe Neguse (D-CO) chaired a House Natural Resources Committee virtual roundtable discussion this week, highlighting the economic benefits of wildlife preservation and the lack of diversity in the outdoors scenes, using Colorado as a case study and featuring panelists from Colorado in the discussion.
A recent Trump administration decision to mandate that international students take at least one in-person course this fall–or risk deportation by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)–has drastically impacted the lives of non-immigration international students studying in the U.S.