In The News

July 2021
Outside: We Need a Civilian Climate Corps to Take on Today’s Crises
The Daily Camera: Guest Commentary: Voting rights can’t wait
CPR News: Camp Amache Preservation Bill Overwhelmingly Passes US House
Colorado Newsline: Rep. Neguse encourages vaccinations in African American community in new video
June 2021
The Hill: Colorado lawmaker warns of fire season becoming year-round
CPR News: Colorado Reps Buck And Neguse Find Common Ground In Desire To Reform Big Tech
Utah Public Radio: MAPLand Act Would Provide Digital Map Records For Public Land Use
CPR News: Effort To Designate WWII Site, Preserve 400,000 Acres Of Colorado Land Finds More Support At Congress
Colorado Times Recorder: Neguse Stresses Support for Climate Action, Civilian Climate Corps
CPR News: Neguse Bill Would Prohibit Jurisdictions From Using Ketamine In Law Enforcement Situations
Colorado Politics: Neguse bill would ban law enforcement from using ketamine in arrests
Summit Daily: Rep. Joe Neguse pushes for better access, funding for federal lands
The Denver Post: Colorado’s federal forests are overrun. Ski fees and Congress could help.
Vail Daily: Ski area fee retention legislation ‘moving fast,’ seeing bipartisan support
Colorado Newsline: Earmarks list for states in U.S. House infrastructure bill tops $5.7B
The Denver Post: Civilian Conservation Corps shaped Colorado. Joe Neguse and Joe Biden think it’s time for a reboot.
May 2021
The Hill: 70 percent of House Democrats pressure Biden to expand Medicare in American Families Plan
Estes Park Trail Gazette: Congressman Neguse takes 48-hour road trip across the District, talks COVID-19 recovery and wildfire preparedness
NPR All Things Considered: How To Be A Citizen: What It Takes To Run For Office With Joe Neguse
The Center Square: Joe Neguse, a top House Democrat on public lands issues, urges Interior secretary to keep BLM headquarters in Colorado
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