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Jan 10, 2022 | In the News

COVER STORY | Colorado’s Joe Neguse, John Hickenlooper play key roles bringing infrastructure bill to life

Late on the night of Nov. 5, U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse walked alongside two fellow Democratic lawmakers as they made their way outside the U.S. Capitol, prepared to announce that a deal had finally been reached to allow for a vote on the infrastructure bill that had been idling for weeks in the U.S. House […]

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Jan 08, 2022 | In the News

Neguse and Gibbs: Invest in Colorado’s forests with Build Back Better Act

Last year’s record-setting wildfire season in Colorado was a wake-up call. The Cameron Peak and East Troublesome Fires, which burned nearly 400,000 acres combined, threatened homes, businesses, wildlife, and local water supplies.

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Jan 06, 2022 | In the News

Marshall fire expedites introduction of Rep. Neguse’s wildfire prevention, recovery bill

Prompted by the devastating Marshall fire, which destroyed or damaged more than 1,000 homes and businesses in Boulder County last week, Rep. Joe Neguse will introduce legislation in the U.S. House Friday designed to stop wildfires before they start, better fight them when they break out and provide comprehensive recovery aid to those impacted.

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Dec 07, 2021 | In the News

The Coloradoan: Bill from Rep. Joe Neguse would expand access to out-of-state mental health services

Bipartisan legislation from U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse could increase access to out-of-state mental health resources. The Compacts, Access and Responsible Expansion (CARE) for Mental Health Professionals Act would reform medical licensure and establish a grant program to encourage interstate mental health provider networks. The goal of the legislation, cosponsored by Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-Pennsylvania), is […]

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Nov 10, 2021 | In the News

Newsline Colorado: Neguse, other U.S. lawmakers in Glasgow aim to bolster climate-rescue efforts at global conference

A delegation of Congressional Democrats including Florida Rep. Kathy Castor told conferees Wednesday at the global climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, that the United States is not just talking, it is acting to reduce pollution, gird against vulnerabilities such as extreme storms, heat and flooding and demonstrate how major polluters can change.

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