Congressman Scott Tipton advanced a measure through the House to name the U.S. Veterans Affairs (VA) Community Based Outpatient Clinic in Pueblo, CO, after Colorado native and WWII Navy Cross recipient, Private First Class (PFC) James Dunn.
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Farming and ranching is the cornerstone of rural Colorado's economy, and has always been an integral part of our way of life.
I believe that our Constitution the cornerstone of our democracy and the foundation of our individual rights and personal autonomy as American citizens.
My top priority is getting people back to work across the country.
The issue of Education is important to our district and to my work in Congress.
Increasing access to American energy sources will create jobs, grow our economy and reduce our nation’s dependence on energy from hostile foreign countries.
From owning a home and saving for the future to making investments and starting a small business, financial services issues impact many aspects of Americans’ lives.
Congress must work toward legislation that places decisions about health care plans and coverage costs back in the hands of patients without burdening the tax payers and increasing the national deficit.
I am grateful for the service of our brave men and women in uniform and am dedicated to working to ensure that our veterans have access to the resources they need and receive the benefits they have earned.
Small Business issues are important to our district and to my work in Congress.
Learn my views on Tax issues.
The issue of Transportation is important to our district and to my work in Congress.