The VA Accountability and Whistle-blower Protection Act, which makes it easier to discipline and fire Department of Veterans Affairs employees, was signed Friday by President Donald Trump. The legislation makes it easier for the Department of Veterans Affairs to discipline or fire employees who do not provide proper care to veterans. The legislation also creates an office within the VA designed to Continue reading
Tag Archives: Donald
Both Colorado Senators Bennet and Gardner voted to advance the Department of Veterans Affairs Accountability and Whistle-blower Protection Act out of the Senate Tuesday. The legislation would make it easier for the Department of Veterans Affairs to discipline or fire employees who do not provide proper care to veterans. The legislation Continue reading
President Donald Trump released his budget for the fiscal year 2018 yesterday to mixed reviews, including those from Colorado elected officials. Proponents of the budget applauded trumps fiscal conservativeness, while opponents say the budget goes too far in cutting programs that specifically go to benefit the middle and lower class, like Medicaid. Some critics of the budget are also questioning the accuracy of its figures, claiming that some of the Continue reading
President elect Donald Trump posted a YouTube video yesterday in which he said one of his initial goals after he is sworn into office on January 20th is to cancel “Job Killing Restrictions” On Coal. In the video Trump also called for reduction of government regulations. You can view entire video below.
Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump spoke to a crowd of thousands yesterday at the Grand Junction Regional Airport. Trump covered a range of topics from energy development, trade and the economy to, immigration, healthcare and the military. Trump also focused attacks on his Continue reading
After a recent tape was released of Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump making lewd comments about woman, Wyoming elected officials have condemned the comments, but have stopped short of withdrawing their commitment to the nominee. State Representative Cynthia Continue reading