Ahead of Colorado Public Lands Day, Hickenlooper Floats Animas River with Outdoor Recreation & Conservation Advocates

Outdoor recreation contributes $28 billion to Colorado’s economy annually As Governor, Hick signed into law a bill creating Colorado Public Lands Day, first state to do so Hick’s CORE Act will protect 400,000 acres of Colorado public lands Durango, Colorado – To celebrate Colorado Public Lands Day, U.S. Senator John Hickenlooper today joined outdoor recreation and conservation advocates to float down

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Hickenlooper, Bennet Applaud Biden’s Intent to Nominate Veronica Rossman to Serve on Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals

Denver — Today, Colorado U.S. Senators John Hickenlooper and Michael Bennet released the following joint statement after President Joe Biden announced his intent to nominate Veronica Rossman to serve on the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, which serves six states including Colorado. “With over a decade of service as a Federal Public Defender, Veronica will bring a wide breadth of

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Hickenlooper, Warnock, Freshman Senate Dems Urge Vote on For The People Act

  The For the People Act would end special-interest corruption of politics and return power to the voters   Bill includes several reforms Hickenlooper spearheaded in Colorado, including a mail-in voting expansion and independent redistricting commissions   Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator John Hickenlooper today joined U.S. Senator Raphael Warnock and all six freshman Senate Democrats in urging Senate Rules

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Hickenlooper, Bennet Statement on Defense Secretary Austin’s Visit to Space Command in Colorado Springs

Senators reiterate call to pause Space Command move pending outcome of investigations into political interference Colorado Springs, Colorado — U.S. Senators John Hickenlooper and Michael Bennet released the following statement on Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin’s visit today to U.S. Space Command in Colorado Springs. Austin’s visit comes amid investigations by the DoD Inspector General and the Government Accountability Office into the decision

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Hickenlooper, Senate Reinstate Methane Pollution Limits Modeled After Colorado’s ‘Gold Standard’

Hickenlooper presides over bipartisan vote to reinstate Obama-era pollution limits As governor, Hickenlooper brought together environmentalists and oil industry to create nation’s first methane regulations Washington, D.C. — Today U.S. Senator John Hickenlooper and a bipartisan majority of Senators voted to reverse the Trump Administration’s rollback of methane pollution limits from oil and gas drilling. The vote reinstates Obama-era limits

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