Congressman Mike Coffman voted against overturning one of President Barack Obama’s key immigration policies even though he disagrees with the president using executive orders to deal with immigration.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the construction company in charge of the new VA Hospital in Aurora have come to an agreement that will allow construction to continue on the project for the next three months.
Six days after the main contractor walked off the job demanding to be paid, Colorado Rep. Mike Coffman says he has found the money to do just that.
Colorado Rep. Mike Coffman told CBS4 it’s possible Congress could allot $2 billion in so-called “unobligated” funding to revive construction at the VA hospital in Aurora, nearly a week after the contractor halted work.
Congress should use Colorado’s VA Hospital travesty as a reason to work together, urgently, to fix a quagmire years in the making.
The latest developments in the long overdue and over budget Veterans Administration hospital in Aurora have put the VA in court with its contractor.
Contract workers may be looking for new jobs because construction has officially stopped at the new VA Hospital in Aurora.
Colorado’s next Senator, Rep. Cory Gardner, voted Thursday with most House Republicans to repeal President Obama’s order allowing more than 4 million immigrants in the country illegally to stay, triggering accusations that his pledge to help immigrant communities during his campaign this year was hollow.
Republicans in search of a way to oppose President Barack Obama’s moves on immigration without alienating the nation’s fast-growing population of Hispanic voters can find a playbook in Colorado.
A little over a week after he defeated Andrew Romanoff, Mike Coffman is already being targeted for the 2016 CD6 race. He’ll need to borrow a page from Ed Perlmutter’s book to finally chase off the competition.