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Congressman Scott Tipton applauded the announcement that the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) has finalized policy guidelines to allow year-round recreation opportunities in ski areas located on USFS lands.
Congressman Scott Tipton presented the Pueblo East High School boys' basketball team and coach Dave Ryder with a tribute in recognition of the team’s first 4A State Championship.
Tipton voted to balance the budget, expand economic opportunity for Americans, and protect vital programs like Medicare for current and future generations.
Tipton underscored that federal agencies’ refusal to disclose scientific data used in the Endangered Species Act (ESA) listing process raises questions on the validity of that data and undermines species preservation efforts.
Tipton questioned the Secretaries on a number of issues of importance for Colorado's 3rd Congressional District.
The Save American Workers Act (H.R. 2575), of which Tipton is a co-sponsor, passed the House. The bill would restore the definition of the full-time workweek to the traditional 40 hours.
Lawmakers Urge Mesa County Residents, Businesses to Comment on Community Recommendations
Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) raised concerns that a draft Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rule announced this week would drastically broaden the agency’s regulatory authority over wetlands and waterways.
Congressman Scott Tipton reiterated his call to pass an alternative healthcare solution to provide truly affordable and accessible care for all Americans.