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ENG: Mark Emery Udall (born July 18, 1950) is the senior United States Senator from Colorado and a member of the Democratic Party. From 1999 to 2009, Udall served in the United States House of Representatives, representing Colorado's 2nd congressional district. He also served a term in the Colorado House of Representatives. Born in Tucson, Arizona, he is the son of former U.S. Representative Morris "Mo" Udall. The Udall family is one of America's more prolific political families. Mark Udall graduated from Williams College in 1972 and moved to Colorado. He worked at the Colorado Outward Bound School for 20 years, including ten years as the school's executive director. He was elected to the Colorado House of Representatives in 1996. After one term he was elected to the U.S. House of ...
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Udall calls fracking ‘safe technology'

U.S. Senator Mark Udall told local officials this week that he believes hydraulic fracturing, a technique for freeing up oil and gas deposits buried deep underground, is inherently safe and not a threat to human health.“I want the industry to do everything possible to assure the public that fracking is safe,” Udall wrote in a followup email to the Post Independent, “including working with EPA on their study, releasing the list of materials used, and being completely transparent. One well contaminated or one person made sick is one too many.”Udall, D-Eldorado Springs, ...

Meeting with Senator Mark Udall

I had the privilege of meeting Senator Mark Udall today and spoke about some key veteran care issues. I think it went very well. Two (or was it three?) reporters grabbed me to ask for more info to do upcoming interviews. I discussed: Access to healthcare in our region vs. the backlog The budget cutbacks and risks it will have on veterans. The backlog has already driven veterans into bankruptcy and foreclosure. In addition, many lawmakers wish to dip into veteran benefits to reduce the deficit. The Caregiver Bill, which was delayed by more than a year and now in another ...

Mark Udall Proposes Less Awful Balanced Budget Amendment

As Pat Garofalo explained earlier today, ratifying a Balanced Budget Amendment is a terrible idea that would “mandate perverse actions in the face of recessions.” And congressional Republicans took this terrible idea and made it even worse by demanding that Congress not only approve such an amendment, but that the amendment also include provisions that make it impossible to raise taxes and that require spending cuts so steep that it would have made Ronald Reagan’s fiscal policy unconstitutional. Perhaps in response to the congressional GOP’s Balance The Budget On The ...

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Rebuilding Stronger, One Year Since the Flood
Coloradans have shown time and again that we are not defined by tragedies and disasters, but rather by how we stand united to face them and rebuild together as one community. From the first rainfall in September 2013 until the flood subsided, this unprecedented disaster tested our strength. Though this destruction shook us, it did not break us. In the face of disaster, Coloradans banded together to be there for one another and begin the difficult process of rebuilding. As I met with Coloradans in towns like Jamestown and Lyons in the wake of the flood, I was inspired by their resiliency and their courage. And I was heartened to see the selflessness of the volunteers helping out at disaster recovery centers in Loveland, Longmont and Greeley. I’m also thankful for the heroic efforts of our brave first responders and the Colorado National Guard, who worked day and night to rescue thousands of Coloradans and save countless lives. I witnessed firsthand a search and rescue operation ca
Thank You, Colorado
It has been the greatest privilege of my life to represent my fellow Coloradans and our great state. The statement I entered into the congressional record reflects on my last 18 years in public service. I will be forever grateful to have had the challenge and the opportunity to serve our country. Madam President, it is humbling to stand here to speak one final time with my colleagues as a United States Senator. As a lifelong mountain climber, I have learned far more from the mountains I did not summit, than those I did. Every climb, I have found, offers a chance to look back and reflect, and standing here today gives me a unique opportunity to appreciate just how far we have come. For the past 18 years, my most rewarding challenge has been exercising the power lent to me by the people of Colorado to fight on their behalf, first in the State House and then in the U.S. Congress. Throughout my career in public service — my 6 years in the U.S. Senate being but one chapter — I
Keeping Faith with the Wilderness Act
Dear Fellow Coloradan, From Colorado's earliest days, connecting with wilderness has been part of what defines us as Westerners. As a lifelong outdoorsman and leader of the Colorado Outward Bound School for 10 years, I can attest to the importance of Colorado's wilderness to our economy and our special way of life. This week marks the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act — an incredibly forward-thinking proposal that has protected more than 3.6 million acres in Colorado alone. From Maroon Bells and Mount Evans to the Great Sand Dunes and Rocky Mountain National Park, the Wilderness Act ensures generations to come will be able to experience and enjoy these treasures — and many others — for another 50 years and beyond. To celebrate, I’d like to invite you to share your favorite photos of Colorado wilderness and the great outdoors on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using #COwilderness50. Here are some of my favorites of the ones you’ve shared so far: I&rsq
Celebrating Colorado’s Wilderness
Colorado is home to awe-inspiring public lands and natural treasures. We can thank the Wilderness Act of 1964 for preserving special places like Maroon Bells, the Great Sand Dunes and large swaths of Rocky Mountain National Park. This forward-thinking legislation ensures generations of Coloradans can experience and enjoy these places — and many others across the country — in their natural states. To mark the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act, I’ve invited Coloradans to join me and share your favorite photos of Colorado wilderness and the great outdoors on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Use the hashtag ‪#‎COwilderness50 and I’ll share some of my favorites. Here are some of my favorites you’ve shared so far: [<a href='//storify.com/MarkUdall/cowilderness50' mce_href='//storify.com/MarkUdall/cowilderness50' target='_blank'>View the story '#COwilderness50' on Storify</a>]

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