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Washington, D.C.— Since taking office, Congressman Joe Neguse has saved constituents from Colorado’s 2nd District a total of $292,439 through completed casework assistance. The savings are the result of more than 255 constituent casework files that Neguse’s staff have successfully processed and closed less than halfway through Neguse’s 2-year term in Congress.
Award named after former High School Teacher and State Senator Dorothy Rupert
Washington D.C.— Congressman Joe Neguse, today, announced he will host Colorado’s first App-a-thon. The event will be held in Boulder this Saturday to support students in Colorado’s 2nd district who are participating in the Congressional App Challenge. The students will learn coding tricks and get hands-on experience working with different coding languages under the instruction of Google computer science experts.
Washington, D.C.— Congressman Joe Neguse today announced that he will be holding his 23rd public town hall on Monday, October 7th at the Boulder Public Library. The Congressman will provide a legislative update to his constituents and will answer questions from the public.
Washington D.C.—Today, Congressman Joe Neguse, who represents Colorado's 2nd Congressional District in the U.S. Congress, took to the House floor to call out FEMA for failing to adequately help Larimer County and Boulder County communities recover and rebuild after the 2013 Colorado flood.
Washington D.C.— Today, Congressman Joe Neguse announced his 22nd town hall. Congressman Neguse and State Senator Joann Ginal who represents the 52nd district will be holding a public town hall at Boltz Middle School in Fort Collins in order to provide a legislative update to constituents and field questions.
Washington, D.C.— Today, Congressman Joe Neguse succeeded in passing legislation through the House Natural Resources Committee that would authorize the first outdoor monument honoring the women’s suffrage movement to be installed in Washington D.C. The bill passed by voice vote with bipartisan support following a Committee markup and will now head to the House Floor for a full vote. This bill is the second that Congressman Neguse has successfully passed through the Natural Resources Committee since taking office.
Washington D.C.— Following his passing earlier this month, Congressman Neguse honored the life of Sanford Morris “Sandy” Treat Jr. in the Congressional Record. Sandy was a veteran of the Second World War who trained for winter and mountain warfare at Camp Hale in Colorado. He returned to Colorado after the war and became a beloved member of the community, eventually being inducted into the Colorado Snowsports Hall of Fame.
Congressman Neguse recognized by national data analytics firm as most active freshman lawmaker based on bills introduced
Washington D.C.— Congressman Joe Neguse will hold his 5th service town hall at the Broomfield Fellowship in Serving Humanity (FISH) Family Resource Center on August 26th. The Congressman launched the first-of-its-kind service town hall initiative in March and has held events at Bridge House Boulder, Rocky Mountain National Park, Boulder Shelter for the Homeless and the Larimer Humane Society since then. At Monday’s event he will be joined by Representative Matt Gray and Councilwoman Guyleen Castriotta.