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September 17, 2021

Today, Rep. Boebert condemned the Department of Interior’s partisan decision to move the Bureau of Land Management headquarters back to D.C. and condemned Senators Bennet and Hickenlooper for failing to stand up for Colorado by using procedural tactics easily available to them.

Boebert, Bennet, Hickenlooper
September 9, 2021

Today, the bipartisan House Committee on Natural Resources unanimously voted to pass Rep. Lauren Boebert’s amendment to the Concurrent Resolution on the Budget for Fiscal Year 2022 to keep the Bureau of Land Management headquarters in Grand Junction.

San Luis Valley Radar
September 1, 2021

Rep. Lauren Boebert and local leaders secured a win for the San Luis Valley by ensuring data from its new radar system is now incorporated into National Weather Service systems.

Boebert Meets with Constituents
August 30, 2021
Representative Lauren Boebert's office is holding mobile office hours throughout Colorado's Third Congressional District this September. 
Representative Lauren Boebert stated: “Serving the people of Colorado’s Third Congress
Boebert in Committee Hearing
August 30, 2021
Rep. Lauren Boebert filed a whopping 106 amendments —more than any other Member of Congress—to put America first, back the blue, support our veterans, help farmers, secure the border, protect unborn children, create jobs, defend the Second Amendment, expand access to healthcare while reducing federal spending, reduce the debt, and so much more.
Rep. Boebert
August 23, 2021

Rep. Lauren Boebert  secured key legislative wins for rural Colorado by passing appropriations requests that will support rural communities, combat Western drought, prevent wildfires, support farmers and ranchers, and increase access to rural healthcare as part of the appropriations bills for Fiscal Year 2022.

Boebert and Westerman at Mill
August 23, 2021

Rep. Lauren Boebert and Ranking Member of the House Committee on Natural Resources Bruce Westerman visited Montrose Forest Products to meet with Colorado stakeholders to discuss the importance of actively managing our forests and the timber industry.

Rep. Boebert Tours Mudslide Damage
August 11, 2021
Today, led by and at the request of Rep. Lauren Boebert, the Congresswoman, Glenwood Springs Mayor Jonathan Godes, Garfield County Commissioner Tom Jankovsky, Colorado State Representative Janice Rich, and Colorado State Senator Ray Scott were given a tour of the I-70 mudslide damage by CDOT Executive Director Shoshana Lew, CDOT Regional Commissioner Cathy Hall, and a number of CDOT and Forest Service officials.
August 11, 2021

Rep. Lauren Boebert helped secure $11.6 million from the Department of Transportation in initial Emergency Relief for Federal-aid Highways to help reopen I-70 as quickly and as safely as possible.

August 7, 2021
Today, Rep. Lauren Boebert and the entire bicameral and bipartisan Colorado congressional delegation sent a letter to the Department of Transportation requesting assistance from the Federal Highway Administration’s Emergency Relief Program to respond to the Glenwood Canyon mudslides that damaged Interstate 70.