Biden pitches renewable energy tech as key to tackling climate crisis in Colorado visit

| Posted in In the News

President Joe Biden on Tuesday touted technology emerging from a renewable energy lab in a Denver suburb as a central component of his plan to combat climate change while modernizing infrastructure and creating good-paying jobs. "Yes, we face a crisis, but we face a crisis with an unprecedented opportunity to create jobs for the future," Biden said after touring the National Renewable Energy Labor...

Republicans warn reconciliation may stall bipartisan R&D proposals

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House Republicans who worked with Democrats this summer to pass bills aimed at boosting U.S. scientific research and development are warning that the budget reconciliation process may undercut those efforts and endanger the prospects of a bipartisan science authorization bill becoming law this year. Both chambers passed bipartisan science bills in June that would authorize billions for the Nationa...

House Science Committee advances budget reconciliation package

| Posted in In the News
Tags: Aerospace

WASHINGTON — The House Science Committee approved its portion of a massive budget reconciliation spending bill Sept. 9, making no major changes to its NASA provisions. The full committee voted 21-17 after a daylong markup to advance its portion of the package, allocating $45.51 billion to agencies under its jurisdiction, including NASA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the N...

Perlmutter visits St. Anthony amid latest uptick in coronavirus cases

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Rep. Ed Perlmutter, CO-07, toured Lakewood’s St. Anthony Hospital Sept. 2, getting a first-hand look at the state-of-the-art T-10 Operating Room (OR), Intensive Care Unit and Flight for Life operations. Nurse, Karen Lee, said active lifestyles a lot of Coloradans lead keeps the T-10 OR busy. Traumatic brain injuries from climbing, hiking, cycling, skiing and other outdoor pursuits augment the usua...

‘Coloradans Want Answers’: Congressmen Jason Crow, Ed Perlmutter, Ken Buck Support Investigation In Afghanistan Withdrawal

| Posted in In the News

DENVER (CBS4)– Members of Colorado’s Congressional Delegation are among those calling for investigations into the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan. They want to know, among other things, why the administration was caught so off guard by the takeover and what intelligence they had and when they had it. “Americans want answers. Coloradans want answers. I want answers,” said Rep. Jason Crow, a for...

Cautiously optimistic for a legislative solution to gain U.S. residency

| Posted in In the News

Freedom from sanctuary and the constant fear of deportation is potentially on the horizon for Mexican immigrant Rosa Sabido, who has sought refuge in the Mancos United Methodist Church for more than four years. Sabido sat down with The Journal this week to talk about a private immigration bill introduced this month by U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse, D-Boulder, on her behalf. If passed, the bill would provid...

Cost of Aurora VA hospital complex tops $2 billion

| Posted in In the News

When the U.S. Veterans Affairs medical complex in Aurora finally opened, a decade behind schedule and more than $1 billion over its initial budget, it was already the most expensive VA hospital in the country. Three years later, costs to get the 11-building, 1.2 million-square-foot, 31-acre medical campus operating have grown by another $40 million — pushing the total tab to more than $2 billion a...

Bill introduced to close gun-buying loophole exposed by Sol Pais incident

| Posted in In the News

A Colorado congressman wants to close the loophole in the federal gun background check system that allowed 18-year-old Sol Pais in 2019 to purchase a shotgun in Littleton, prompting panic and school closures because authorities feared her obsession with the 1999 Columbine shooting would prompt her to commit similar violence. The bill introduced Wednesday by Rep. Joe Neguse, a Lafayette Democrat, w...

House passage of Democrats' voting rights bill

| Posted in In the News

U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse helped lead House Democrats Tuesday ahead of a party-line vote to pass legislation aimed at restoring provisions of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. The Lafayette Democrat, a member of the powerful House Rules Committee, managed the floor debate over a procedural rule that set up passage of the bill, dubbed the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancements Act, named after the long-serving...

Look mom, no driver!

| Posted in In the News

Goldenites got a glimpse of the future on Aug. 10 and it likely looked a little funny. That’s because it took the form of several white, toaster-resembling vehicles that will be making the rounds on campus and around downtown Golden for the next year at the speed of 12 miles an hour. The shuttles, which the school has christened Mines Rovers and are intended to transport students as well as the pu...

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