Colorado U.S. Senators Michael Bennet (D) and Cory Gardner (R) and Colorado U.S. Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO-3) released the following statements today cheering House passage of H.R. 1492, which would further protect archaeological sites of the Ancestral Pueblo by allowing the National Park Service to modify the boundary of the Yucca House National Monument in southwest Colorado, expanding the monument by 160 acres.

Bennet Responds to Facebook Calling for More Responsibility for its Damage to Democratic Values Around the World

Bennet Writes That Facebook’s Actions to Date Fall Far Short of What its Unprecedented Global Influence Requires

Today, Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet responded to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s comments last week in the Financial Times with a letter calling on the company to assume greater responsibility for the damage its platforms have caused to fundamental democratic values around the world.

Bennet Honors Life and Legacy of Denver’s Marie Greenwood with Congressional Tribute

During Black History Month, Bennet Submits Statement into Congressional Record in Memory of Denver’s First Tenured Black Teacher

Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet commemorated Black History Month by honoring the life and legacy of Marie Greenwood, Denver’s first tenured black teacher and an inspiring education advocate, with a formal statement for the Congressional Record. Greenwood passed away in late 2019.

Bennet Calls on EPA to Deliver on Promises Made in PFAS Action Plan

One Year After EPA Pledged to Act on PFAS Exposure, Key Parts of the Strategy Have Yet to Be Implemented

Today, Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet joined a group of senators in a letter to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler requesting he provide an updated timeline for when the EPA will implement commitments made in the agency’s plan to combat exposure to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).