Washington D.C.— Following the school shooting at the STEM school in Highlands Ranch, yesterday, Congressman Joe Neguse released the following statement:
“Andrea and I are completely heartbroken by yesterday’s events at the STEM School in Highlands Ranch. Not a day goes by when our world is not shattered by yet another senseless act of gun violence.
Washington D.C.— Following meetings with city representatives in Fort Collins, Loveland and Boulder, Representative Joe Neguse (CO-02) has thrown his support behind House Bill 530, the Accelerating Broadband Development by
Washington D.C. — Today, Congressman Joe Neguse’s amendment regarding climate education in schools passed on the House floor along with H.R. 9, the Climate Action Now Act. The amendment, builds upon H.R.
Washington D.C.— Congressman Joe Neguse testified before the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure at today’s Members’ Day hearing. Below are his remarks:
Washington D.C.— Congressman Joe Neguse (D-CO) and Congressman Van Taylor (R-TX) are launching a bipartisan Congressional Caucus on Innovation and Entrepreneurship to promote federal policies that create jobs and to encourage the growth of early-state innovative companies.
Washington D.C.— Representative Joe Neguse is leading a FY2020 appropriations letter urging his colleagues to ensure that the FY2020 Labor-HHS appropriations bill include specific language prohibiting the U.S. Department of Education from leveraging federally appropriated funds to penalize higher education institutions that are participating in the research of cannabis.
Washington D.C.— Representatives Joe Neguse (CO-02), Mike Levin (CA-49), and Sean Casten (IL-06) are leading a letter from a majority of the freshman class calling on appropriators in Congress to prioritize funding for climate change research in FY2020. All three were recently appointed to the Select Committee on the Climate Crisis.
Washington D.C. — Congressman Joe Neguse has led a Colorado delegation-wide appropriations letter urging his colleagues to fund the NASA National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program in the FY 2020 Commerce, Justice and Science Appropriations bill.