Washington, D.C. – Congressman Ken Buck recently introduced the Multilateral Aid Review Act of 2019 to establish a review process for U.S. foreign aid dollars going to multilateral entities. This legislation would establish a United States Multilateral Aid Review to publicly assess the value of U.S.
Washington, D.C. – Today, the House passed unanimously the Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan Authorization Act (H.R. 2030) to approve the long-awaited drought contingency plan, which will safeguard the water supply for more than 40 million people who depend on the Colorado River for drinking water, farming irrigation, and hydropower.
Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressman Ken Buck stood up for women and other survivors of domestic abuse by voting against H.R. 1858 – the VAWA reauthorization bill.
Washington D.C. – The entire Colorado Congressional Delegation and Governor Jared Polis joined together today to urge the U.S. Department of Defense to reestablish U.S. Space Command in Colorado and to use Colorado’s existing space missions and assets to address emerging and transforming threats in space. In a letter to acting U.S.
Washington, D.C. – Anti-Semitism is a very real problem in our country that needs to be addressed. That’s why several weeks ago Congressman Ken Buck voted on the House Floor to condemn anti-Semitism. Today, the House of Representatives was presented with another opportunity to condemn the recent anti-Semitic remarks made by a member of the House of Representatives.
Washington, D.C. – This week, Congressman Ken Buck (R-CO) and Congressman Al Lawson (D-FL) reintroduced bipartisan legislation (H.R. 1406), to ensure a fair and free market for the pricing of aluminum in the United States.
Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressman Ken Buck voted against H.R. 8, an unconstitutional gun control bill that criminalizes gun transfers between law-abiding citizens who have no criminal record and no criminal intent. As a staunch Second Amendment supporter, Congressman Ken Buck is committed to defending Americans’ Second Amendment rights to keep and bear arms.
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:
Washington, D.C. – Today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a war powers resolution (H.J. Res. 37) that seeks to end American military support for the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen.
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A diverse coalition of hard-line conservatives and centrist Republicans came together late Tuesday night to nearly deprive the annual 2016 spending bill for transportation and housing programs of the votes to pass.
In a significant victory for Second Amendment rights, the House this week voted to let non-violent felons win back their gun rights.
Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., offered an amendment to the FY16 Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act today that could allow people subject to a federal gun ban, such as felons, to petition for their right to posses a gun.
The House late Tuesday night gave voice vote approval to a proposal allowing people to petition the federal government to restore their right to obtain firearms.
Rep. Ken Buck (R-Colo.) offered an amendment to the annual spending bill for the Justice Department to ensure that people who are prohibited from buying guns can apply for a restoration status.
A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that an injunction will stand against President Barack Obamaâ€™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.
The Environmental Protection Agencyâ€™s newly finalized rule on clean water unleashed a flood of criticism Wednesday from Colorado Republicans, who accused the Obama administration of engineering a federal power grab.
WASHINGTON â€” New federal rules designed to better protect small streams, tributaries and wetlands â€” and the drinking water of 117 million Americans â€” are being criticized by Republicans and farm groups as going too far.