WASHINGTON D.C. – Today, Congressman Scott Tipton’s (CO-03) legislation to help both financial institutions and law enforcement better recognize and prevent the illicit financing of transfers and exports of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons passed out of the House Financial Services Committee.
WASHINGTON D.C. – Today, Congressman Scott Tipton (CO-03) made the following statement after the opening of the 1-million-square-foot Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center in Aurora, Colorado:
WASHINGTON D.C. – Today, the House of Representatives passed language from Congressman Scott Tipton’s (CO-03) Water Rights Protection Act (H.R. 2939), to prevent the federal government from using funds to circumvent state water law or violate private property and water rights.
WASHINGTON D.C. – Today, the House Natural Resources Committee advanced Congressman Scott Tipton’s (CO-03) bipartisan legislation to support recreation on ski areas in Colorado and across the nation that are currently operating on National Forest Service lands. The Ski Area Fee Retention Act (H.R.
WASHINGTON D.C. – Congressman Scott Tipton (CO-03) today issued the following statement after President Donald Trump’s meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Scott Tipton (CO-03) introduced the Improving Strategies to Counter Weapons Proliferation Act (H.R.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Tipton (CO-03) introduced a bill that would incentivize more proactive, voluntary conservation efforts to help prevent listings under the Endangered Species Act. The bipartisan Land Ownership Collaboration Accelerates Life, otherwise known as the LOCAL Act (H.R.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Scott Tipton (CO-03) voted to pass legislation to cut bureaucratic red tape and free up resources for Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) projects like the Arkansas Valley Conduit. The Reclamation Title Transfer and Non-Federal Infrastructure Incentivization Act (H.R.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Scott Tipton (CO-03), Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO), and Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO) announced on Wednesday that they have introduced the Securing Airspace For Emergency Responders (SAFER) Act.
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U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., would vote to make public a memo that is said to raise questions about warrants granted by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court, his Washington, D.C., office said.
It is an honor to represent the people of Colorado's Third Congressional District, and with the second session of the 115th Congress underway, I am focused on continuing to advance legislation to build economic opportunities for hardworking Colorado families, protect our nation's public lands, and guarantee safe and healthy communities.
There are many challenges facing hard-working families trying to maintain their way of life in rural America, but one of their greatest obstacles may be lack of access to a physical bank or credit union.
This past week the House of Representatives took a historical step forward and passed a comprehensive tax reform package. The last time the tax code was reformed was 1986, and since then, it has become convoluted, burdensome and has started working against Coloradan families and businesses.
This Saturday is an important one for our nation. It is a day to remember the service and sacrifice of our veterans. Since the founding of our nation, brave men and women have answered the call to serve during times of peace, and during times of great need.
This summer, scenes of catastrophic wildfires in the West dominated the news. While wildfires are not new to those of us living in Western states, these recent fires have once more triggered important conversations about the federal government's response to these disasters and its overall forest management strategy, or lack thereof.
As you read this, tens of thousands of acres are going up in flames across the West. Decades of misguided forest management strategies and decisions are coming home to roost.
Canyons of the Ancients’ national monument status is no longer under review, but conservationists are still seething over the review that targeted the area and 26 other national monuments.