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The Members urged the Administration and both the Senate and House Appropriations Committees to make more resources available to allow the Conduit’s construction to move ahead as planned.
The community-driven legislation would protect the Hermosa Creek Watershed—a 108,000 acre area in the San Juan National Forest north of Durango—as well as protect multiple use of the land.
Congressman Scott Tipton highlighted legislation being considered in the House this week that would help provide relief for families struggling to pay rising costs to heat their homes.
Congressman Scott Tipton issued this statement following the release of the President’s budget proposal for fiscal year 2015. Since 2009, the U.S. debt has increased by $6.8 trillion.
Students in grades 9 through 12 that attend school (or homeschool) in the 3rd District are eligible to participate and should submit their work no later than April 11.
Closes loopholes federal agencies use to avoid regulatory review.
Amends bill to ensure annual review of regulations at federal agencies.
On the heels of the recent non-partisan report that the un-Affordable Care Act will increase premium costs for 11 million small business employees, Rep.Tipton spoke on the floor of the House in favor of passing an alternative solution.
The Stop Targeting of Political Beliefs by the IRS Act of 2014 (H.R. 3865), which passed the House, would prohibit the Administration from implementing proposed rules that would essentially codify the IRS practice of targeting conservative groups.
Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) issued this statement following the vote in the House on a clean raise of the debt ceiling. Tipton voted against the measure.