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  • Jul 15

    Not Your Boss’s Business

    Coloradans agree that no one should have to ask their boss for a permission slip to access critical health services — birth control or otherwise. But just over two weeks ago, the U.S. Supreme Court, in a 5 to 4 decision, turned back the clock on decades of progress toward gender equality by deciding to allow the vast majority of employers to refuse to cover contraception as part of employees’ health insurance policies.

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  • Jul 4

    Independence Day 2014

    Each July, Americans come together to celebrate Independence Day and the founding of our great nation. With fireworks, barbecues, baseball and more, we honor and recognize our founding fathers and all Americans who have made the freedoms we enjoy possible.

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  • Jul 2

    Continuing to Build a More Perfect Union, 50 Years After the Civil Rights Act

    President John F. Kennedy famously said that when the rights of one are threatened, the rights of all are diminished. Fifty years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 — our nation’s landmark legislation outlawing discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin — these words continue to ring true.

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  • Jun 19

    Happy Juneteenth

    The Declaration of Independence states that "all men are created equal." That is at the heart of what it means to be an American. Indeed, our history — in Colorado and across the United States — is filled with the names of men and women who have fought over the centuries to build a more perfect union.

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  • Jun 17

    Empowering Coloradans to Summit the Student Debt Peak

    Colorado is winning the global economic race thanks to our college graduates, who have the drive, skills and expertise to keep our state at the forefront of the 21st century's innovation economy. But with the price of education rising faster than ever, student loan debt is dragging down their financial health and hindering our economy's ability to grow.

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  • Jul 23

    Udall Meets with Representatives from European Allies, Underscores Commitment to Expediting Liquefied Natural Gas Exports

    Mark Udall, who serves on the U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, met with representatives from European embassies today and underscored his commitment to expanding U.S. liquefied natural gas exports to our allies and trading partners abroad. Udall said Colorado and the United States can and should develop our natural gas resources to create jobs at home, confront international bullies like Russian President Vladimir Putin and promote stability abroad.

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  • Jul 23

    Udall: Hearing Shows Why My Job-Creating, Locally Driven Bill is Right Way to Safeguard Browns Canyon

    Mark Udall, chairman of the U.S. Senate National Parks Subcommittee, said a congressional hearing today underscored why his community-driven legislation to create the Browns Canyon National Monument, covering 22,000 acres between Salida and Buena Vista, is the right approach to safeguard this stunning area. Udall urged the full U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee to swiftly take up the bill.

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  • Jul 23

    U.S. Department of Transportation Heeds Udall's Call to Strengthen Train Safety Regulations, Prevent Fuel-Train Explosions

    Mark Udall welcomed the U.S. Department of Transportation's issuance of proposed rules today to strengthen safety regulations for railroad cars carrying petroleum and other explosive fuels - reforms Udall has championed for months on behalf of Colorado communities. Udall said the updated rules are critical in light of steep increases in train carloads of explosive fuels, up from 9,500 in 2008 to 415,000 in 2013. When finalized, the new standards will help protect Colorado's cities and towns from fuel-train accidents that have devastated other North American communities. The public and other stakeholders will now have 60 days to respond to the department's proposals. Udall urged Coloradans to participate in the public-comment process on the proposed rule to ensure their thoughts and concerns are represented.

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  • Jul 22

    Udall, Bennet Press for Additional Firefighting Resources

    Amid a record-setting wildfire season in the West, U.S. Senators Mark Udall and Michael Bennet today called for swift passage of the president's emergency supplemental funding request, which would allocate $615 million - accessible immediately - to fight wildfires. The senators also called for a vote on the Wildfire Disaster Funding Act, a bill that would fix the broken system of stealing funds from prevention programs to fight wildfires that are already burning.

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  • Jul 22

    Udall Presses Senate to End Tax Breaks for Outsourcing, Support American Jobs

    Mark Udall pressed his colleagues in the U.S. Senate today to pass the Bring Jobs Home Act and support U.S. companies that create and preserve Made-in-America jobs, including manufacturing jobs. The Bring Jobs Home Act, which Udall co-sponsors, would close a tax loophole for companies that ship jobs overseas and instead provide a tax credit to companies that bring jobs back to the United States and strengthen local economies.

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