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Coloradans make good farmers. They make good mountaineers. They make good businesspeople and teachers and inventors. But Coloradans also make good judges.
Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., voted Tuesday to make permanent a United States policy of prohibiting federal funding for abortion.
Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., introduced a bill Friday designed to make it easier for rural water providers to invest in infrastructure.
Rep. Ken Buck voted with 236 other Republicans to pass a bill Thursday aimed at restraining executive branch regulations.
DENVER - DENVER - A Colorado congressman is hoping legislation will stem a flood of lawsuits targeting businesses in the name of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
"It is infuriating that someone has to close their business because of a technical violation,” Rep. Ken Buck said Monday in response to a Denver7 investigation.
In a world full of evil-doers, our law enforcement officers stand between us and the bullets. We know the sacrifice our officers make.
GREELEY, Colo. (CBS4)– Colorado Congressman Ken Buck wants to make assaulting a police officer a federal hate crime.
“There are more officers being targeted because of the fact that they’re police officers,” said Rep. Ken Buck, a Republican representing Colorado in the U.S. House of Representatives.
As district attorney of Weld County, Colo., I sat across the table from victims of hate crimes. When a friend or family member lies dead in the street or comatose in the hospital, the hate cuts a wound deeper than the attacker’s weapon.
Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., introduced a bill in Congress that would make it a hate crime to target a police officer.
In an effort to “uphold justice,” Rep. Ken Buck (R-Colo.) introduced new legislation to expand the federal hate crime statute to include law enforcement officials.