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Memorial Day District Visits

At the end of May, Congressman Buck had the opportunity to meet with constituents across Colorado and visit several Colorado businesses to hear about the issues that matter to them. 

This week I met with farmers, ranchers, and others in the Yuma community to discuss agriculture issues.

I met with small business owners in Fort Morgan to talk about job creation, regulations, and how the federal government can encourage economic growth in our community.

I stopped at the Colorado Plains Regional Airport in Akron to discuss FAA regulations and the manufacturing done on site at the airport.

I met with officials in Haxtun to discuss the recovery process after brushfires swept through the region several weeks ago. 

At White Construction Group in Castle Rock, I chatted about construction industry issues and ways the federal government can facilitate economic growth.

At a Chick-Fil-A in Castle Rock, I learned about the arduous process of becoming a Chick-Fil-A franchisee and about the way federal laws are impacting small businesses.

I had the chance to speak with the Castle Rock Rotary Club about current legislative issues facing the country. 

I toured the Greeley Refugee Center to learn about the issues faced by people newly arrived in our communities and how the center helps those individuals transition to life in America and successfully contribute to our society.

I had a great discussion with members of the Douglas County Voices for Action group. We talked about a number of issues, including education, fiscal responsibility and the budget, healthcare, national security, and several local issues. We didn't agree on everything but I'm thankful we could have a conversation about the issues.