ICYMI: DURANGO HERALD EDITORIAL: "Bennet advances pollution solutions"

Bennet’s Bills to Clean Up Orphaned Wells, Strengthen Bonding Standards, and Expand Local Input on Public Lands “represent a strong start in the right direction”

Last week, the Durango Herald highlighted Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet’s legislation to clean up orphaned oil and gas wells while strengthening bonding requirements and expanding opportunities for local input in lease sales on public lands, writing “Bennet’s bills will begin the process of remedying longstanding failures of our system to protect the environment, and taxpayers, while providing new jobs, especially for those displaced from the energy business. They represent a strong start in the right direction.”

Bennet Applauds Advancement of His Legislation to Protect Energy Grid from Cyber-attacks

A Pair of Bills Bennet Introduced Passed Out of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources Last Week and Is Expected to be Included in the Upcoming Infrastructure Bill

Today, Colorado U.S Senator Michael Bennet applauded last week’s passage of the Enhancing State Energy Security Planning and Emergency Preparedness Act and the Enhancing Grid Security through Public-Private Partnerships Act out of the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.

ICYMI: What They’re Saying About The Child Tax Credit Expansion as Payments Begin to Reach Families

“Milestone in Social Public Policy” “The Most Significant Investment in Children in Decades”

Yesterday, millions of eligible families began to receive the first monthly payment of the expanded Child Tax Credit (CTC), which is based on U.S Colorado Senator Michael Bennet’s American Family Act and was signed into law in the American Rescue Plan Act earlier this year.
Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet has co-sponsored U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth’s (D-Ill.) bipartisan Gym Mitigation and Survival (GYMs) Act to provide much-needed assistance for gyms, fitness facilities, and studios that shuttered operations to protect public health during the deadly Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, but as a consequence, have struggled to stay in business.