Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet today issued the following statement regarding a resolution that would repeal BLM's methane emissions waste and reduction regulation.

Bennet Cosponsors Bill to Reduce Carbon Pollution

Streamlines tax credits to encourage production of clean energy over next decade

Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet joined his colleagues last week to introduce legislation to reduce carbon pollution over the next decade through a series of incentives for clean energy and the promotion of new technologies in the private sector.

Bennet Celebrates Contributions of Mexican-Americans on Cinco de Mayo

Senate Passes Bennet-Sponsored Bipartisan Resolution Honoring Cinco De Mayo

Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet marked Cinco de Mayo by lauding the passage of a bipartisan resolution he cosponsored that recognizes the historical significance of Cinco de Mayo for Mexicans and Mexican-Americans.

Bennet, Hatch Introduce Bill to Improve College Retention and Completion

Supports Development and Evaluation of Innovative Strategies

Senators Michael Bennet (D-CO) and Orrin Hatch (R-UT) today introduced legislation to create a new pay-for-success initiative in the Higher Education Act that supports the development of innovative, evidence-based strategies to increase college retention and completion for low-income and first generation students.

Bennet, Isakson Introduce Bill to Provide Tax Relief for AmeriCorps Members

Updates Law To Ensure Students Receive Full Value of College Funding

U.S. Senators Michael Bennet (D-CO) and Johnny Isakson (R-GA) today introduced legislation to provide tax relief for AmeriCorps members who earn Segal Education Awards, which help make college more affordable. The legislation allows AmeriCorps members to receive the full value of the college funding provided for their service.

Bennet Urges Colleagues to Help Americans Save for Retirement

Today's potential vote could make it harder for working Americans to save

Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet today urged his colleagues not to block states from creating automatic individual retirement accounts, which have the potential to provide 30 million additional Americans access to opportunities to save at work for retirement.