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On Monday, Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Cortez, said he was “outraged” by the findings, stating many veterans were “experiencing ridiculous wait times.”
Tipton said he wanted to be a part of stepping up the VA’s accountability. “I encourage constituents experiencing issues with the VA to please contact my office,” he said in a statement.
Republican Rep. Scott Tipton said he was outraged by the findings, and reflect complaints he had heard from constituents.
Congressman Scott Tipton makes a trip on the Western Slope Thursday to hear issues local are dealing with.
U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., said there are “serious concerns and questions regarding the circumstances surrounding Sgt. (Bowe) Bergdahl’s initial disappearance as well as on how his release was arranged.”
Colorado Republican Congressman Scott Tipton said the proposed rules “amount to a backdoor energy tax.”
Congress should withhold funding from a proposed federal rule that would expand the reach of the Environmental Protection Agency into water-related issues previously dealt with by the states, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., said.
Rep. Tipton, partnered with four Western congressmen to introduce legislation, the Sage Grouse Protection and Conservation Act, on May 22 that would prevent sage grouse from being listed as threatened or endangered for 10 years.
A bill introduced by Republican U.S. Reps. Scott Tipton and Cory Gardner would prevent the Endangered Species Act listing of sage grouse species for 10 years but would require states to follow conservation management plans for the species.
Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Cortez, told the committee the proposed rule is “the greatest water grab that we have seen by the federal government in the United States.”