Udall, Bennet Ask President to Explain, Re-evaluate Cut of Constellation Program

U.S. Senators' Letter Regarding President Obama's NASA Budget Emphasizes Constellation's Role in Innovation, Security, Jobs

Washington, D.C. - Today, U.S. Senators Mark Udall and Michael Bennet met with NASA Administrator, General Charlie Bolden, to urge President Obama to re-evaluate his proposed cancellation of the Constellation program. While expressing support for certain aspects of NASA's funding in the proposed 2011 federal budget, both Senators ...
To Increase Transparency, Bennet Puts All Funding Requests He Both Receives and Submits Online for Coloradans to View Washington, DC - Michael Bennet, U.S. Senator for Colorado, today made good on his promise to make public any earmark requests received by his office, including those not submitted to the Senate Appropriations Com...

Bennet Makes Push to Help Colorado Families Facing Foreclosure

In a Letter to Treasury Department, Bennet Says Increased Transparency and a New Appeals Process Would Prevent Unnecessary Foreclosures on Families' Homes

Washington, DC - Michael Bennet, U.S. Senator for Colorado, today sent a letter encouraging the U.S. Treasury Department to make common-sense improvements to its mortgage loan modification program that would help Coloradans from losing their homes to foreclosure. The Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) provides assistance ...

Bennet: Coloradans' Ideas Will Make Washington Work Better for the People

In Video Response, Bennet Thanks Coloradans for Their Feedback on the "Plan for Washington Reform"?

Washington, DC - Michael Bennet, U.S. Senator for Colorado, today released a video thanking Coloradans for their feedback to his Plan for Washington Reform and promising to continue to fight to get Washington working for Coloradans and all Americans. In the video, Bennet says, "After just a year in Washington, it is clear that th...

Bennet: Historic Investment in Childhood Nutrition Will Reduce Childhood Hunger and Give Colorado Kids Access to Healthy Meals at School

Works to further strengthen child nutrition bill, enhancing technical assistance and creating State Childhood Hunger Challenge Grants to spur innovative efforts to reduce hunger

Washington, DC - Michael Bennet, U.S. Senator for Colorado and member of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry, today applauded the committee's bipartisan passage of a $4.5 billion investment in child nutrition over 10 years. The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 will reduce childhood hunger, promote heal...
Banking Committee Adopts Bennet Amendments Strengthening Investor Protections Bennet Continues to Push for Strong Reform Denver, CO - After months of working in the Senate Banking and Urban Affairs Committee to improve the Wall Street reform bill to better protect consumers and provide better accountability over abusive banks, ...
Bennet: Recruiting and Training More Effective Principals Will Transform the Quality of Our Public Schools Effort Comes on Same Day Secretary Duncan Visits Denver to See Colorado Innovations in Education Washington, DC - As the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) considers education reforms, Michae...

Bennet: Bipartisan Senate Jobs Bill Will Cut Taxes for Small Businesses, Help Put Coloradans Back to Work

Senate Passes Fiscally-Responsible Jobs Bill, Measure Now Heads To President's Desk

Washington, DC - Michael Bennet, U.S. Senator for Colorado, released the following statement after voting in favor of the Jobs Bill. The bipartisan legislation, which was approved by the Senate on a 68 to 29 vote, cuts taxes for small businesses that begin hiring again and makes job-creating investments in local infrastructure wit...

Bennet: Bipartisan Senate Jobs Bill Will Cut Taxes for Small Businesses, Help Put Coloradans Back to Work

Senate Passes Fiscally-Responsible Jobs Bill, Measure Now Heads To President's

Washington, DC - Michael Bennet, U.S. Senator for Colorado, released the following statement after voting in favor of the Jobs Bill. The bipartisan legislation, which was approved by the Senate on a 68 to 29 vote, cuts taxes for small businesses that begin hiring again and makes job-creating investments in local infrastructure wit...