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Hermosa Creek Bill Passes House
Hermosa Creek Bill Passes House WASHINGTON—Today, the Hermosa Creek Watershed Protection Act passed the U.S. House of Representatives as part of a legislative package (HR. 4435). “The Hermosa Creek Watershed Protection Act is well on the way to becoming law,” said Congressman Scott Tipton. “This is a victory for the people of Southwest Colorado, who worked together to provide momentum for this effort to ensure that the region remains protected and that multiple use of the land continues for future generations.” The language, which was agreed upon by Congressman Tipton, Senator Michael Bennet and community stakeholders in November, includes wilderness protections and multiple use access for existing activities like grazing and snowmobiling in designated areas. A Senate vote is expected to follow soon. Learn more about the bill and community support for it HERE.











Tipton Votes to Block Executive Orders on Immigration
Tipton Votes to Block Executive Orders on Immigration WASHINGTON—Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) issued this statement following a vote in the House today (H.R. 5759) to block the President’s overreaching executive orders on immigration. “It’s unfortunate that the President acted against his own best advice, overstepped his Constitutional authority, and issued executive orders on immigration. The President admitted on many occasions that he did not have the authority to act unilaterally on immigration, and yet did it anyway, instead of working with Congress to truly address the challenges in America’s broken immigration system. “Today’s vote is the first of what will be a number of efforts over the coming months to stop his overreach. It’s my hope that we will advance a step-by-step immigration solution in the 114th Congress that begins with enhanced, verifiable border security and a strengthened guest worker program. We must confront the realities of the broken system











House Passes Budget Measure that Cuts IRS, EPA Funding and Sets Stage for Immigration Vote in 114th Congress
WASHINGTON—Today, the House passed legislation to fund the federal government through September 30, 2015, while still allowing the 114th 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 on February 27, 2015. Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) voted in support of the measure that cuts funding to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) by over $300 million and reduces funding to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to the lowest levels since 1989. “Today’s budget legislation, while not perfect, reduces spending at a level below the Ryan-Murray budget caps, cuts funding to the IRS and EPA, rescinds  numerous harmful administrative actions and addresses several issues of critical importance for Colorado’s 3rd District,” said Tipton. “I will work with my colleagues in the 114th Congress to advance solutions that further reduce federal spending and shrink the siz











Tipton Calls for Stronger Sanctions on Iran
Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) spoke on the House floor this week on the need for stronger sanctions on Iran in order to advance negotiations over that country’s nuclear program. The text of Tipton’s statement as prepared for delivery follows: “This past week, negotiations with Iran over the country’s nuclear program were extended another seven months after no agreement was reached yet again. This extension carried with it no additional or strengthened economic sanctions on Iran. Now, disturbingly, we have heard that the Administration has considered sanctions against Israel—our ally. “Stronger sanctions are needed regarding Iran—not our ally Israel—to increase pressure, advance negotiations and achieve a favorable outcome for the U.S. and all our allies. There is no room for error and the Administration cannot balk and miss the chance to get a strong agreement in place.  “A nuclear Iran would pose an incredible threat to the Middle East and to the United States.














 
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