Washington D.C. —Today, Congressman Joe Neguse, who represents Colorado’s 2nd Congressional District and co-chairs the bipartisan congressional Refugee Caucus, led a bipartisan letter opposing a reported Trump administration proposal to drastically cut the number of refugees admitted through the U.S.
Washington D.C. —This week ahead of the Select Committee on the Climate Crisis’s first field hearing in Boulder, Colorado, Congressman Joe Neguse introduced a legislative package aimed at combating the climate crisis through sustainable farming practices and soil health.
Washington D.C.— Today, Congressman Joe Neguse announced his 17th town hall since taking office. On Thursday, August 1st, he will hold a public town hall at the Louisville Public Library, where he will be joined by State Senator Mike Foote and Representative Sonya Jaquez Lewis to provide an update to constituents and answer questions.
Washington D.C. — On Colorado Day, Thursday, August 1st, Congressman Joe Neguse will welcome the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis for the Committee’s first congressional field hearing.
Washington, DC—Today, Representatives Joe Neguse (D-CO) and John Curtis (R-UT) introduced the bipartisan and bicameral Telehealth Innovation and Improvement Act, legislation that would encourage telehealth innovation and promote expanded access to healthcare services in rural and urban areas through telehealth and digital services.
Washington, D.C.— Today, Congressman Neguse’s legislation to extend authorization of the Platte River Recovery Implementation Program (PRRIP) will be considered at the Natural Resources Committee Subcommittee on Water Oceans and Wildlife Legislative Hearing.
Representative Neguse, along with several members of Colorado’s congressional delegation, seeks information from the FBI as to how a Floridian woman was able to pass a background check and shut down schools on front range on April 17, 2019
Washington D.C.— An extended comment period on the Administration’s proposal to strip endangered species protections from gray wolves, requested by Congressman Neguse, has brought in 1.8 million comments.
Washington D.C.— In response to constituent concerns, Congressman Neguse sent a letter to the Comptroller General of the United States inquiring about ways to combat train horn noise in Colorado’s urban areas. Congressman Neguse has asked that the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) conduct a review of the ways to reduce train horn noise in all urban areas throughout the United States.
Washington D.C. — Congressman Joe Neguse, who represents Colorado’s 2nd Congressional District and serves as a member of House Leadership, today announced that the U.S. House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis will hold their first field hearing in Boulder, Colorado on August 1st.