Bennet, Gardner, Buck Introduce the Amache Study Act

Legislation Will Study the Process of Including Amache in the National Park System

Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO), Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO), and Congressman Ken Buck (CO-4) today introduced the Amache Study Act, legislation that would direct the Department of the Interior to conduct a special resource study at Amache, a former Japanese American relocation center in Granada, Colorado.

Bennet, Schatz to NIH: Are we becoming addicted to tech?

Almost Half of Young Children Now Own a Mobile Device

U.S. Senators Michael Bennet (D-CO), member of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, and Brian Schatz (D-HI), Ranking Member of the Senate Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, Innovation, and the Internet, today asked the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to provide more information about technology addiction and its effect on childhood development.
Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet, with a group of 30 U.S. senators, today urged the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to increase the funding cap for a program aimed at improving the quality of health care available to patients in rural areas.
Following a report that the Department of Defense (DoD) revised a January 2018 vulnerability assessment by removing references to climate change and key findings on the risks from sea level rise, Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet and nearly two dozen colleagues called on the administration to release the unpublished draft of the report and explain why the omissions were made.

Bennet, Senate Democrats Take Final Step Necessary to Force a Vote to Reinstate Net Neutrality Rules

With 50 supporters for CRA resolution, Senators only need one more vote to restore open Internet order

Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet filed a discharge petition to force a vote on a Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution to restore enforceable net neutrality rules. Discharge petitions require signatures from 30 Senators to force a vote, and a simple majority is needed for passage.