Committee Assignments for the 117th Congress
"I am pleased to continue working on the House Committee on Natural Resources during the 117th Congress," said Congressman Doug Lamborn. "As a senior member of the House Committee on Natural Resources, I will push to end the Biden Administration's moratorium ban on new oil and gas leases and other anti-energy policies that would put Americans with high-paying jobs out of work. These burdensome policies will hurt American families with higher energy prices during a time when they are recovering from a pandemic. We should promote an all-of-the-above energy policy that ensures affordable, domestically produced energy, and security, for all Americans.
"I will also continue to work to reduce unnecessary regulations that prohibit prosperity and protect recreational access on our public lands, which are essential for our outdoor Colorado lifestyle."
"Rep. Lamborn represents a resources-rich district, and I've had the privilege of collaborating with him on many of these issues in the past," said Ranking Member Bruce Westerman. "I'm so glad to have him on the Committee again this year, and I look forward to learning from his expertise and working with him on policy priorities that affect every American, regardless of where they live. Welcome to the team!"
Energy and Mineral Resources Subcommittee
National Parks, Forest, and Public Lands Subcommittee
Readiness Subcommittee (Ranking Member)
Strategic Forces Subcommittee
As a member of the House Armed Services Committee Congressman Doug Lamborn has been a strong advocate on behalf of our troops. House Armed Services Committee Ranking Member Mike Rogers said this about Rep. Lamborn's work on HASC:
"Doug is a tireless fighter for our military members and their families. Between his work as Ranking Member of the Readiness Subcommittee and fighting for Colorado's Fifth District's interests, Doug is focused on our national security and those who work to keep us safe. I'm grateful for his leadership to ensure our troops have the resources and tools they need for their missions and at home."