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Tipton Announces Winners of Congressional Art Competition
(Congressman Tipton with this year’s participants at the reception in Pueblo, Colorado) PUEBLO, CO—Congressman Scott Tipton (CO-03) announced the winners of the 2015 Congressional Art Competition from Colorado’s 3rd District during a reception in Pueblo this evening. Eileen Egolf, from Creede High School, won first place in the competition for her work “Untitled II”. This is the second time the Creede Sophomore took first place in the competition. A panel of judges from the Pueblo arts community carefully reviewed the 19 pieces submitted by 9-12th grade students from across the 3rd District and selected the winning piece. “Each year it’s a privilege to recognize the talent, creativity and hard work of the students who participate in the Congressional Art Competition. This year’s competition was the biggest so far with 19 pieces entered by incredibly talented students from throughout the 3rd Congressional District,” said Tipton. “The diverse subject matter, technique











House Passes Tipton’s Amendment to Bolster Resources for Arkansas Valley Conduit
WASHINGTON—The House of Representatives has adopted Congressman Scott Tipton’s (R-CO) amendment to direct $2 million in additional resources to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) for ongoing water delivery projects including the Arkansas Valley Conduit, which once completed would provide a reliable supply of clean drinking water to Southeast Colorado. The amendment, which was attached to H.R. 2028, the FY2016 Energy & Water Appropriations Act, does not create any new federal spending. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) joined Tipton in support of the amendment. The House is expected to pass H.R. 2028 this week. The text of the amendment is available HERE. Prior to passage, Tipton made the case for his amendment on the floor of the House. Video of Tipton’s statement can be seen HERE. A transcript of his remarks follows: Mr. Chairman, I have an amendment at the desk.  I’d like to thank Chairman Simpson and Ranking Member Kaptur for their collaborative effort in putting together this











Western Leaders Press Feds on Unclear, Heavy-Handed Approach to Domestic Sheep Grazing
WASHINGTON—Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) and a number of his Western colleagues reiterated a request to the U.S. Departments of Agriculture and Interior for, “steps focused on finding solutions that prevent further loss of the domestic sheep industry and setbacks in the conservation of wild sheep.” Their letter outlines concerns with the unclear communication from the U.S. Forest Service (FS) and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) on the issue as they have closed domestic sheep grazing allotments throughout the West, as well as with the lack of adequate scientific consultation and public discussion on the agencies’ heavy-handed actions, and on the absence of a clear plan to eliminate risks of disease transmission and identify alternative allotments to allow grazing to continue without disrupting the wild bighorn sheep population. In a letter to Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and Interior Secretary Sally Jewell, Tipton and his colleagues wrote: Dear Secretary Vilsack & Sec











House Passes Balanced Budget that Empowers Future Generations
WASHINGTON—Today, Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) issued this statement following passage in the House of a balanced budget agreement between the House and Senate (Conference Report to S. Con. Res. 11 – FY2016 Budget): “For the first time in over a decade, both chambers of Congress have agreed on a balanced budget and that budget will serve as the blueprint for the work we do over the course of the next two years and beyond. With a crushing $18 trillion national debt that gets larger every day, the importance and urgency of getting the nation’s spending in check cannot be overstated. The future of our country is at stake. “This month I received a letter from Chris, a student from Pueblo, Colorado. In his letter Chris made a point that I couldn’t agree with more: ‘It does not make sense to be constantly spending money that has not been earned. It is not sustainable.’ “While it’s commonsense to many of us, the clear and powerful message of ‘don’t spend more than














 
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