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Congressman Ken Buck

Representing the 4th District of Colorado

Immigration

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June 26, 2019 Press Release

For Immediate Release
Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Contact: 202-225-4676

February 27, 2019 Press Release

Washington, D.C. – Today, the House of Representatives passed H.J. Res. 46, a resolution to disapprove President Trump’s national emergency declaration to provide much-needed funds to secure our border. Congressman Ken Buck voted against the resolution and issued the following statement:

 

February 7, 2019 Press Release

WASHINGTON D.C. – U.S. Representatives Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.), Ken Buck (R-Colo.), and 112 bipartisan members today introduced the Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act (H.R.

April 26, 2018 Press Release
Sanctuary cities not only violate the rule of law, they also create safe harbor for illegal immigrants engaged in heroin trafficking. If we want to protect our children and grandchildren and stop this disastrous heroin epidemic, then we need to use every tool at our disposal to end sanctuary city policies.
November 19, 2015 In The News
Colorado congressman Jared Polis is one of 47 Democrats who joined with House Republicans, including Rep. Ken Buck, to support making it harder for Syrian and Iraqi refugees to enter the United States...
July 23, 2015 Press Release
“Sanctuary cities are part of a much broader problem with immigration enforcement in the United States."
June 1, 2015 In The News

A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that an injunction will stand against President Barack Obama’s sweeping executive actions on immigration reform. While the decision was made 1,300 miles away from Denver in the historic John Minor Wisdom U.S. Court Building in New Orleans, the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion in the case, State of Texas, et al v. USA, et al, provoked immediate response from Colorado and national decision-makers and activists.

May 15, 2015 In The News

Last year, Front Range grocery store customers ate plenty of sweet corn grown at Sakata Farms. But the Brighton producer’s other major summer vegetable, cabbage, didn’t make it to kitchen tables, left unharvested in the field. And forget about broccoli, another labor-intensive crop. The farm has supplied most of the metro-area’s locally grown broccoli in recent years, but its owners didn’t bother planting last spring, because they couldn’t count on having enough workers to get it to market.