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For Congressman Ken Buck (R-CO), and members of a recently established Select Committee, the effort to modernize Congress is serious business. But what passes as "modernization" seems more like good old-fashioned commonsense to Buck, his constituents, and millions more Americans across the country.
U.S. Rep. Ken Buck, R-Greeley, has re-introduced House Resolution 807, the Water and Agriculture Tax Reform Act of 2019. Known as the "WATER Act," it is a legislative priority for Buck, having unanimously passed last year in the House. Buck intends to shepherd the bill through the House in the 116th Congress, with Sen.
Erie High School students Evan Hassman and Hunter Burley are this year’s Congressional App Challenge winners for Colorado’s 4th Congressional District, U.S. Rep. Ken Buck announced Friday. The two won for “In Space, Out of Gas,” a role-playing game set in a perilous outer space environment.
A provision in the tax code meant for businesses means that tax dollars are being used to settle sexual misconduct cases.Read more
U.S. Reps. Ken Buck, a Windsor Republican, and Kathleen Rice, a Long Island Democrat, on Wednesday launched a bipartisan House caucus devoted to coming up with what organizers call common-sense congressional reforms.Read more
Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., and Rep. Kathleen Rice, D-N.Y., on Wednesday launched a bipartisan group that pledges common sense reforms to the legislative process.Read more
On a day many Americans are focused on big-box, Black Friday sales, Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., issued a statement bringing attention back to small businesses, saying Congress should work hard to create an environment that allows small business to thrive.
These days, it's easy to turn on the news and find discouragement. For me, spending almost every week in Washington, D.C., a city that sees many problems but arrives at very few solutions, can be challenging.Read more
DENVER - It seems like every day a new allegation regarding sexual harassment is surfacing.
Whether it be Bill O’Reilly, Harvey Weinstein, Roy Moore or Steve Lebsock, the topic is dominating Colorado airwaves.