WASHINGTON D.C. – This week, during a full hearing in the House Natural Resources Committee, Congressman Scott Tipton (CO-03) spoke in support of his bill, the Land Ownership Collaboration Accelerates Life Act, known as the LOCAL Act (H.R. 6344).
WASHINGTON D.C. – This week, Congressman Scott Tipton’s (CO-03) Improving Strategies to Counter Weapons Proliferation Act (H.R. 6332) passed the House.
WASHINGTON D.C. – Today, the House Natural Resources Committee passed Congressman Scott Tipton’s (CO-03) Protection and Transparency for Adjacent Landowners Act (H.R. 6682).
WASHINGTON D.C. – This week, Congressman Scott Tipton’s (CO-03) legislation to reauthorize the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Cheney Disposal Cell in Mesa County, which receives radioactive waste materials that were produced decades ago during the uranium milling process, passed off the House Floor with a bipartisan vote.
WASHINGTON D.C. – Congressman Scott Tipton (CO-03) has introduced legislation to ensure that communities and businesses impacted by wildfires that burn on federal lands receive necessary disaster assistance. H.R.
WASHINGTON D.C. – Today, Congressman Scott Tipton (CO-03) voted to pass legislation that will fund critical water infrastructure projects like the Arkansas Valley Conduit. H.R.
WASHINGTON D.C. – Congressman Scott Tipton (CO-03) voted to pass legislation that would streamline projects to bring high-speed broadband to underserved rural communities. The Rural Broadband Permitting Efficiency Act of 2018 (H.R.
WASHINGTON D.C. – Congressman Scott Tipton’s (CO-03) bipartisan Every Kid Outdoors Act (H.R. 3186), passed out of the House with a bipartisan vote of 383-2.
WASHINGTON D.C. – Today, Congressman Scott Tipton’s (CO-03) Protection and Transparency for Adjacent Landowners Act (H.R.
WASHINGTON D.C. – Congressman Scott Tipton (CO-03) voted in favor of H.R. 5515, the House-Senate Conference Report to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2019. The passage of this final bill will strengthen military readiness, provide U.S.
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