Washington, D.C.— Today, Congressman Joe Neguse, representing Colorado’s 2nd Congressional District voted in favor of the Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act on the House Floor to allow state-legal cannabis businesses to access banks in their state. H.R.
Washington D.C.—Congressman Joe Neguse, representing Colorado’s 2nd Congressional District, today advocated passionately in the House Judiciary Committee for an assault weapons ban. Mass shootings at Columbine in 1999 and at the Aurora movie theater in 2012 both involved military-style assault weapons, manufactured for the specific purpose of firing multiple rounds in a short amount of time.
Washington, D.C.—Congressman Joe Neguse, who serves on the House Judiciary Committee, released the following statement after an announcement late this afternoon from Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi that the House will open a formal impeachment inquiry. Congressman Neguse was the first Colorado lawmaker to call for an impeachment inquiry earlier this year in May 2019.
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.
Washington, D.C.— Congressman Joe Neguse has secured a committee markup for his bill to install the first national outdoor monument honoring the women’s suffrage movement in Washington D.C.. Neguse first introduced H.R. 473 in January with the aim of installing Loveland artist Jane DeDecker’s Every Word We Utter statue depicting Susan B.
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.
Washington, D.C.— Congressman Neguse has helped secure passage of the FAIR Act through the House Judiciary Committee, legislation that would end the use of forced arbitration in consumer, worker, civil rights, and antitrust disputes. The bill was approved by the Committee Tuesday night 22-14.
The House Judiciary Committee will take up a red flag law and high capacity magazine ban in Committee markup spanning two days, both bills that Colorado has already passed into law
Congressman Neguse will visit an immigration detention facility in El Paso and join a Judiciary Committee oversight hearing looking to examine conditions on the southern border