As news breaks of the Trump administration’s plan to ban flavored e-cigarettes, Sen. Cory Gardner addressed the issue yesterday. He gave a statement to Politico, which reported that he is pushing for federal action:
In an interview with Mandy Connell of KOA News Radio last Thursday, Sen. Cory Gardner may have offered cautious support for President Trump’s approach to trade with China.
In May, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) took legislative action to acknowledge the “dark moment” of Japanese internment camps, but faced with the current reality of the Trump administration’s child internment camps, he refused to join any of the several legislative efforts to stop them, instead only signing on to a letter.
In a radio interview with Dan Caplis (KNUS, 710am) last Thursday, U.S. Representative Ken Buck from Colorado’s 4th Congressional District pointed to Social Security as a target for cuts in attempts to balance the federal budget, Buck’s legislative priority for a pending Trump administration and GOP-led Congress.