Colorado Congressmen Spar Over Marijuana Tax Deduction ProposalThe House Rules Committee met early Wednesday morning on Capitol Hill where two representatives from Colorado sparred over a proposed deduction.
Rep. Buck Wants To STOP Settlement Of Sexual Misconduct Cases With TaxesA provision in the tax code meant for businesses means that tax dollars are being used to settle sexual misconduct cases.
Pence Snubs Colorado Congressman As He Speaks Of Party UnityVice President Mike Pence came to Colorado with a message of party unity on Thursday, but he didn't acknowledge a Colorado Congressman sitting in the front row.
Conservatives In Colorado Push For Overhaul Of Tax CodeAmericans for Prosperity Colorado -rallied people in Colorado to support tax reform on Tuesday.
Colorado Lawmakers Move To Stabilize Health Insurance MarketLawmakers on both sides of the aisle continue their work on health care.
Colorado's Senators Aren't Throwing In The Towel On Health CareColorado's junior and senior U.S. senators shared drastically different opinions on Tuesday after the latest attempt to repeal Obamacare died.
'This Is A Terrible Bill': Sen. Bennet Attends Health Care RallyMore than 100 people gathered on the steps of the state Capitol on Sunday, hoping to send a message to congress regarding health care legislation.
Rep. Ken Buck: 'We're Behind In Getting Things Done'With the prospect of returning home to angry constituents, some of the most conservative voices in Congress are proposing staying in Washington to work on their stalled agenda.
Rep. Buck Wants Congress To Cancel Break, Keep WorkingRep. Ken Buck, a Republican representing Colorado, is urging congressional leaders to cancel their August break so they can finish important business on Capitol Hill.
Colorado Leaders React To Shooting Of U.S. House Majority WhipMembers of Colorado's Congressional delegation are reacting to the shooting of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana.
Colorado Lawmakers React To New Health Care BillRepublicans are celebrating the passage of a new health care bill through the House, but their fight to repeal and replace Obamacare is far from over.
Protests To Health Care Changes Target Colorado Congressional MembersSupporters of the Affordable Care Act protested outside the office of Republican Sen. Cory Gardner Thursday with balloons and signs on the seven-year anniversary of Obamacare becoming law-- the same day Republicans were unable to repeal the landmark health care legislation.