In The News
In many ways, Congress is like high school. You’ve got your different houses, a new freshman class (every two years), cliques, and, of course, summer vacation (a.k.a. the August recess). It starts this week for the Senate, and began last week for the House.
WASHINGTON – A bill aiming to increase renewable energy production on public lands is gaining broad support as it makes its way through the U.S. House.
Colorado’s Third Congressional District is home to some of the country’s most beautiful landscapes and open spaces.
The U.S. House passed a $733 billion defense spending bill 220-197 without one single Republican vote. The bill is $17 billion dollars less than a Senate version of the bill that passed last month.
Republican US. Rep. Scott Tipton announced on Wednesday a new resolution calling on the North Korean government to return the USS Pueblo back to the United States.