Statewide Leaders Launch Colorado Compact

Colorado Compact Represents a Reasonable and Practical Approach to Immigration Reform

Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet, along with former Senator Hank Brown and statewide leaders spanning the political, business, agricultural, civic, and religious spectrum, today unveiled a set of principles signed by over 100 statewide stakeholders to guide a national discussion on comprehensive immigration reform – the C...

Los Lí­deres Estatales Lanzan Una Iniciativa Comprensiva de Inmigración

El Acuerdo de Colorado Representa Una Propuesta Razonable y Práctica para la Reforma Migratoria

El Senador de Colorado Michael Bennet, acompañado por el ex Senador Hank Brown y líderes estatales que abarcan el espectro político, de negocio, agrícola, cívico, y religioso, presentaron hoy un sistema de principios, firmados por más de 100 partes interesadas a través del estado, p...
Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet today released the following statement on Pearl Harbor Day. “Today, I join Coloradans and Americans as we reflect on the events that took place at Pearl Harbor on this day 71 years ago. We still remember and honor those who fought and paid the ultimate sacrifice defending our country. In...

Bennet, Udall Mark U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree Lighting

Colorado's Senators Call the Tree a Reminder of the Importance of Our National Forests

Colorado U.S. Senators Michael Bennet and Mark Udall welcomed today the lighting of the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree, a 73-foot Englemann spruce from the White River National Forest near Meeker, and called on all Americans to remember the importance of our national forests to our economy and quality of life. "Congratulations to t...
Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet is encouraging Coloradans to provide feedback on his website regarding a draft bill for the management of Thompson Divide. The comment period will close on December 14. Bennet’s draft bill offers a middle-of-the-road solution to the ongoing conversation about Thompson Divide’s futu...

Members of CO Delegation Urge President, Congressional Leaders to Support Emergency Disaster Relief after Wildfires

Aim to Boost EWP Resources as Part of Sandy Disaster Supplemental to Restore Damage to Watersheds, Safeguard Drinking Water Infrastructure

Members of the Colorado Congressional delegation are urging the White House and House and Senate committee leaders to include wildfire recovery assistance in an emergency appropriations measure for Hurricane Sandy. The Colorado members are seeking a boost to resources for the Emergency Watershed Protection (EWP) program to help sup...