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  1. The Official U.S. Congressional website of Congressman Joe Neguse

  2. districts of the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest. Title: MajorGapAreas Created Date: 7/16/2021 9:35:36 AM ...

  3. View a map of the trail and gaps to be completed HERE and HERE. ... Colorado, and New Mexico. 230 miles—7.5% of the entire trail—traverses Colorado’s 2nd District. The trail’s corridor helps protect the headwaters of the Colorado, Rio Grande, Columbia, and Mississippi Rivers. However, the trail remains incomplete more than 40 years ...

  4. The CDT is the highest, most challenging, and most remote of 11 National Scenic Trails, running along the Continental Divide through Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico. 230 miles—7.5% of the entire trail—traverses Colorado’s 2nd District.

  5. Supporters of the site have pushed to establish it as a unit of the National Park System, a designation that could literally put Amache on the map as a federally run tourist destination. It also would shift most of the work around caring for it — a tall task that up to now has been mostly the province of Hopper and a handful of high school ...

  6. 2020 Census Snapshot. What: The census counts every person living in the 50 states, District of Columbia, and 5 U.S. territories.. Why: The census results help determine how billions of dollars in federal funding flow into states and communities each year. It also determines the number of seats each state will have in the U.S. House of Representatives. ...

  7. The House Democratic Caucus unanimously elected Neguse last week as co-chair of the House Democratic Policy and Communications Committee, the No. 8 position in House leadership. Neguse has represented Colorado's 2nd Congressional district, including all of Larimer County and the Boulder area, since 2019.

  8. He pointed to one of the highest-profile examples in his own congressional district. Maria Caffrey, a former University of Colorado research assistant and a paid partner of the National Park Service, said her research on how climate change would impact national parks was sidelined by Trump administration officials.

  9. About Joe. Congressman Joe Neguse represents Colorado’s 2nd District in the U.S. House of Representatives. He was elected to his first term in November 2018, becoming the first African-American member of Congress in Colorado history. He serves as a member of the House Judiciary Committee, the House Natural Resources Committee and the House ...

  10. January 19, 2022 Congressman Neguse’s Bill To Complete The Continental Divide Trail Passes Committee. Washington D.C.— Today, Congressman Joe Neguse, Chair of the U.S. Subcommittee on National Parks, Forests and Public Lands, succeeded in passing legislation through the House Natural Resources Committee that would complete the Continental Divide Trail and boost mountain economies.

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