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  • Earth Day 2014: Appreciating Colorado’s Natural Treasures

    In Colorado, we are fortunate to have one of the most diverse natural landscapes in the country. From the fields of the Eastern Plains to the peaks of the Continental Divide to the red rock canyons of the West Slope, our public lands support Colorado's special way of life. Earth Day is an opportunity to celebrate our state's natural beauty and recommit ourselves to safeguarding it for future generations.

  • Remembering Ludlow

    The Centennial State’s roots date back to the mining booms of the 19th century — a history the Colorado Capitol’s golden dome reflects. The men and women who settled the frontier and founded cities Huerfano, Leadville, Ouray and Trinidad laid the foundation for everything we’ve accomplished and what’s to come. However, as we look back, it’s also important that we acknowledge the darker chapters of our history, including the Ludlow Massacre.

  • Preparing Our Homes for Wildfire Season

    Colorado has repeatedly broken the "most destructive fire in state history" record over the last several years, from the High Park and Waldo Canyon fires of 2012 to the Black Forest Fire of 2013. This cycle of increasingly destructive fires has made it clear that the question is not if, but when, we’ll have another catastrophic megafire.

  • Gathering Input on the Future of the Colorado National Monument

    I am working with Congressman Scott Tipton to gather public input on a possible redesignation of the Colorado National Monument — one of our state's most recognizable and stunning public lands — as a national park. Please share your thoughts and ideas with us.

  • Colorado Succeeds When Women Succeed

    From Colorado’s towering peaks to its rolling plains, the Centennial State requires a certain toughness from those who call it home. The pioneering, strong women who settled Colorado trekked across these plains and over the Rocky Mountains, rising to the challenge of helping to settle the frontier. It was this spirit of strength and independence that has helped define our special way of life in Colorado.

  • Avoiding Fool’s Gold: National Consumer Protection Week

    The Colorado we know today was born from a mining boom that drew thousands of pioneers and entrepreneurs to places like Leadville and Clear Creek with the promise of gold and silver. In fact, the Colorado Capitol's golden dome harkens back to the Centennial State's mining roots. But even as many families benefited from the gold and silver booms, Colorado and the West are littered with stories of pioneers who thought they hit the mother lode and discovered only too late that they instead had found pyrite — a worthless stone also known as "fool's gold."

  • WHAT I'M WORKING ON: Making Every Drop Count

  • WHAT I'M WORKING ON: Keeping our Forests Healthy

  • Apply: 2014 Colorado Capital Conference

    The upcoming Colorado Capital Conference in Washington, D.C., is an opportunity for you and others from across Colorado to meet and engage with national leaders and key opinion leaders in our nation's capital.

  • WHAT I'M WORKING ON: Ensuring Colorado’s Public Lands Recover from Historic Flooding

  • Expanding Opportunity this Black History Month

    Colorado's story is one of opportunity and perseverance in the face of adversity. That has been true throughout our state’s history — a history that has been shaped by the pivotal role played by African Americans. Black History Month is an opportunity to celebrate the contributions African Americans have made to expanding access to opportunity across Colorado and around our nation.

  • WHAT I'M WORKING ON: Supporting the Land and Water Conservation Fund

  • WHAT I'M WORKING ON: Ensuring Safety on our Railways

  • WHAT I'M WORKING ON: Preventing Wildfire by Strengthening Forest Health

  • Further Shattering the Glass Ceiling

    From Janet Yellen's confirmation as the first woman to lead the Federal Reserve to Colorado once again leading the nation in proportion of women serving in the state legislature, we're truly witnessing history in the making. These milestones confirm that gender should never limit opportunity if every one of us is to reach our fullest potential.

  • Progress for Colorado Families & Their Health

    In the nearly three years since the Affordable Care Act became law, we've made important progress toward ensuring that all Americans have access to quality, affordable health care. As of January 1, more than 138,000 Coloradans have found affordable coverage through our state’s new health insurance marketplace and the common-sense Medicaid expansion the law supports.

  • WHAT I'M WORKING ON: Stability for Rural Communities

  • WHAT I'M WORKING ON: Strengthening Our Volunteer Fire Departments

  • WHAT I'M WORKING ON: Treating Modern Mega-Fires Like the Natural Disasters They Are

  • Looking Back on 2013

    I know it seems like members of Congress don’t get much done in Washington, D.C. And it’s often the truth. But despite the ongoing partisanship in Washington, with you by my side, we Coloradans accomplished a lot in 2013. Even as a minority of lawmakers focused their efforts on senselessly shutting down the federal government and blocking legislative action, with Coloradans by my side I was able to make progress on the issues we care most about. From protecting our constitutional rights to caring for our veterans, I’m proud to have been able to bridge the partisan divide and get things done for Colorado and our nation.

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