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Gardner “Disappointed” That Immigration Fix Failed

Colorado Senator Cory Gardner released a statement, after the US Senate failed to advance he and Bennet’s immigration reform legislation, or any other fixes to the country’s immigration challenges during yesterdays debates. Gardner says the United States immigration Continue reading

CO Senators Talk Immigration With Trump

Both Colorado Senators Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner took part in a meeting with President Trump yesterday concerning immigration reform. The meeting focused on finding a citizenship solution for kids brought to the United States illegally by their parents, also known as dreamers, with the group also Continue reading

Hillary Speaks in Denver

hillaryHillary Clinton slammed Jeb Bush and other Republicans over immigration and women’s health last night. The Democratic presidential candidate went after the former Florida governor at a campaign event in Denver. She seized on his questioning of federal spending on women’s health at a forum in Tennessee earlier in the day. Bush was actually Continue reading

House Passes Spending Bill

REPUBLICANYesterday, the House passed legislation to fund the federal government through September 30th, while still allowing Congress to take action on the President’s executive orders on immigration by funding the Department of Homeland Security through a continuing resolution that expires February 27th. The measure cuts funding to the Continue reading

Group Tries to Get Post to Retract Endorsement

mark-udall-300A group of Mark Udall supporters is trying to get the Denver Post to retract its endorsement of Cory Gardner for U.S. Senate. The group of citizens is joined by pro-abortion groups in collecting petition signatures demanding the Post change its endorsement. They say the endorsement was misguided. While the groups Continue reading

Biden Visits Colorado, Tries to Push Republicans to Pass Immigration Reform

BIDENVice President Joe Biden says that Republicans should pass an immigration overhaul now that the primary season is ending.  Biden spoke to Colorado politicians and religious leaders at a Denver coffee shop yesterday. He noted that Republicans have said they might act on immigration after potentially divisive primaries Continue reading