Washington D.C.—Today, Congressman Joe Neguse, who represents Grand County in the U.S. House of Representatives, announced a $12 million grant from the Department of Transportation (DOT) to build a new transit facility and finance buses for The Lift, Grand County’s only form of public transportation.
Washington D.C.—Today Congressman Joe Neguse sent a letter to House appropriators signed by over 60 of his colleagues, urging full funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF). Earlier this year, Congress passed the John D. Dingell, Jr.
Resolution Expresses Congress's Responsibility to Lead by Example While the Trump Administration Stalls Action on Climate Change
Washington, D.C.— Congressman Joe Neguse, today, announced that he will host his first Community Health Fair in Boulder on Saturday November 16th to provide information about healthcare options and assist constituents with healthcare needs. The fair will include free screenings, information sessions and resource tables.
Washington, D.C.— Congressman Joe Neguse, who serves on House Leadership, has sent a letter to Senate and House Appropriations Committee Chairs imploring them to provide necessary funding for life-saving mental health programs and suicide prevention grants in the FY2020 appropriations bill.
Washington D.C.—Today, Congressman Joe Neguse’s Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy (CORE) Act passed the U.S. House of Representatives with bipartisan support 227-182. The legislation is the first Colorado-specific legislation to get a vote from Congress this year and the first statewide Colorado wilderness legislation to pass the U.S.
Washington D.C.—An effort proposed by Congressman Joe Neguse to name an overlook point by Camp Hale after 10th Mountain Army veteran Sanford Morris “Sandy” Treat Jr has passed the House Rules Committee and will be incorporated into the Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy Act, slated to receive a vote on the House floor on Thursday.
Washington, D.C.— Today, Congressman Neguse announced the formation of his new Youth Advisory Council, comprising 40 high school students who will serve the district by engaging in conversation about topics that concern young Coloradans.
If successful next week, bill would be the first statewide Colorado wilderness legislation to pass the U.S. House of Representatives in over a decade
Washington, D.C.— Today, Congressman Neguse led a letter to Secretary David Bernhardt at the Department of the Interior requesting an analytical report on the management of wild horses and burros in the United States.
In The News
June 27th, 2019 - Denver Channel - Plan that would protect 400,000 acres of Colorado land one step closer to becoming law: A plan to protect about 400,000 acres of Colorado public land passed a committee vote in the U.S. House this week, a key step toward becoming law.
July 15, 2019 - Denver Westword - Joe Neguse, House Democrats to Hold Climate Crisis Hearing in Boulder: A special committee established by congressional Democrats to tackle climate change will convene in Boulder next month for its first field hearing.
July 12, 2019 - Denver Post - Neguse bill would ban drilling under Rocky Flats and other Superfund sites: Following the furor late last year over a proposal to drill for oil and gas beneath the former Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant northwest of Denver, U.S. Rep.
June 28th, 2019 - CBS 4 Denver - Grant Given To Northern Colorado Regional Airport For Layout Plan: The Federal Aviation Administration has granted $165,000 to the Northern Colorado Regional Airport in Loveland, according to Congressman Joe Neguse.
June 25th, 2019 - Boulder Daily Camera - U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse files two bills aimed at affordable housing, financing: U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse on Tuesday filed two bills aimed at protecting affordable housing and its financing — one of which Boulder leaders said would aid the city’s goal of preserving housing as permanently affordable.
June 8th, 2019 - Denver Post - Colorado’s freshmen congressman, Joe Neguse, stands for Dreamers: The U.S. House finally passed a bill that would protect Dreamers from deportation. It is unlikely to ever be considered in the Senate, but Colorado’s Rep.
April 15th, 2019 - Denver Westword - Joe Neguse on Defying Expectations During First 100 Days in Congress: Traditionally, folks newly elected to the U.S. House of Representatives begin the job with the understanding that they'll have to pay dues for years, and sometimes decades, before getting a chance to exercise anything resembling real power.