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Congress may be in recess, but Congressman Tipton isn't taking a break just yet. Tipton is traveling throughout his district to speak about The Hydroelectric Bill that he passed through the House of Representatives.
Complying with federal requirements is a growing burden at St. Mary’s Hospital, the head of St. Mary’s told U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo. Tipton toured the hospital with St. Mary’s CEO and President Mike McBride on Wednesday.
The Congressman provided an update on the legislation he's working on in Washington. That includes restoring forest health and preventing wildfires, encouraging all-of-the-above energy development and creating thousands of jobs in Colorado.
Oversight that has put Congress at odds with the Obama administration seems poised to claim one high-ranking member of the cabinet, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., told a town hall on Wednesday.
“We spend far too little time on youths who are doing the right thing,” Tipton told 30 people gathered for the presentation. “When I was his age, you did what you were told when it came to community service. But Abe did this of his own volition, leading to understanding, knowing himself better and being able to give back.”
Rep. Scott Tipton (R-Colo.) issued a statement just hours before Holder testified citing the Benghazi cover-up, IRS harassment and Justice Department’s “spying on reporters” saying “it is no wonder the American people are cynical of government.”
Forest management issues, pending wilderness legislation, the fate of the Gunnison sage grouse and other topics of local and regional concern will be up for discussion at a town hall meeting with U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton (R-Colo.) in Ouray.
Republican lawmakers from Colorado have authored legislation that would encourage energy production on public lands to boost the region’s economy and job market and ease an increasingly heavy burden on the consumer’s wallet.
The House on Wednesday passed a bill to bypass President Barack Obama and approve the Keystone XL pipeline ending five years of studies and what Republicans described as bureaucratic stonewalling to appease extremist environmentalists.
...in a letter from Congressman Scott Tipton, which states that Eagle-Net has "blown through $100 million in taxpayer money" and is "asking for another $10-15 million to finish a revised network that is smaller than originally planned."