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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.
A few years ago, I had the honor of awarding an American Fighter Aces Bronze Medal to the widow of Van Chandler, who served as a Colonel in the U.S. Army.Read more
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.