October 11, 2016
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With our national debt now more than $20 trillion, we will not be able to rely solely on additional appropriations to fill the backlogs or resolve other problems both the Forest Service and National Park Service face.
Many families in Colorado are facing an average deductible of more than $6,000 under Obamacare, and in some cases, their premiums have exceeded their mortgage payments each month.
U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton will serve on the House Committee on Natural Resources during the 115th Congress.
U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton will serve on the House Committee on Natural Resources during the 115th Congress, according to a news release.
A recent analysis by the Competitive Enterprise Institute showed that for every law Congress passed in 2016, the Obama Administration issued 18 rules and regulations. With a total of 3,853 last year, the administration issued the most rules and regulations since 2005.
The current Code of Federal Regulations is more than 75,000 pages long and full of ridiculous regulations, as well as regulations that are unnecessary and continue to stunt economic growth across our nation.
We’re approaching the time of year most people begin to think about their New Year’s resolutions. As we look forward to all the opportunities 2017 will bring, I think it’s also important to take a moment to reflect on the progress we have made in the past year and identify areas in which there is still work to be done.
Thanksgiving is one of my favorite times of year, but each time I see the first sign in the grocery store encouraging customers to pre-order their Thanksgiving turkey, I’m surprised. Where has the past year gone? It can’t be time for Thanksgiving again, can it?
Gail Schwartz might have been a late entry in the race for the 3rd Congressional District, but it hasn’t stopped the Crested Butte Democrat from leading the latest round in campaign fundraising.
Former state Sen. Gail Schwartz is on the offensive in her effort to unseat incumbent Republican Scott Tipton in Colorado’s Third Congressional District — and her chosen hot-button issue is public lands.
Bio: Scott Tipton grew up in Southwest Colorado, attending Fort Lewis College before settling in Cortez where he was a small business owner for 30 years before going into public service. He was elected to Congress in 2010 where he currently serves as representative for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District.
An election op-ed submitted by Scott Tipton, candidate for U.S. Representative to Colorado's 3rd Congressional District.