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A measure aimed at reducing the regulatory burden on community banks passed the House Financial Services Committee on Wednesday.
Despite the federal Clean Power Plan being stalled in the courts, Colorado may still move ahead with plans to reduce green house gas pollution from power plants.
For communities throughout Colorado, it is difficult to hear and read about the effects of the ongoing abuse epidemic of heroin and other opioids.
Community members and human service agencies gathered last week at a community forum hosted by Grand Futures Prevention Coalition and the Moffat County Department of Social Services to learn more about prescription drug addiction, heroin abuse...
In the year since the Gold King Mine blowout, congressional leaders have pushed several bills addressing the spill and other issues associated with leaking abandoned mines.
As lawmakers in Washington, D.C., tackle the nation’s growing problem of prescription drug abuse, Rep. Scott Tipton turned to the communities he represents to help him understand prescription opioid and heroin abuse.
Congressman Scott Tipton is giving students on the Western Slope a chance to show off their digital skills and 'code' their way into the national spotlight, with the 2016 Congressional App Challenge.
Congressman Scott Tipton has received plaudits for voting on Wednesday to support a bill that strengthens the federal government’s response to serious mental illness in communities across Colorado and the nation.
U.S. REP. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., and the majority of his House colleagues deserve recognition as heroes for their votes to block the federal government from limiting the use of public lands in Southern Colorado.
“The supply is never in question,” Bev Lampley of Catholic Outreach told U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., during a roundtable in which Grand Valley residents...