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By: Michael Karlik Colorado Politics 4/15/2020 | Colorado Politics
U.S. Reps. Doug Lamborn and Ken Buck signed on to a letter to the Trump Administration on Tuesday advising against a suspension of the ban on fetal tissue research — which they described as “research using aborted baby body parts” — in pursuit of a treatment for COVID-19.
By: Michael Karlik 4/2/2020 | Colorado Politics
U.S. Reps. Scott Tipton, Ken Buck and Doug Lamborn have co-sponsored a House resolution that condemns the Chinese government’s response to COVID-19 and asks the country to take responsibility for originating the novel coronavirus.
By: Scott Weiser 4/2/2020 | Complete Colorado Page 2
By: Ryan Schradin 4/16/2020 | Milsat Magazine
Driven by invigorated government interest in space capability and the innovations of private industry, Space Foundation President Tom Zelibor proclaimed that the $451 billion Space Economy is “booming…[and] in the next two decades, it will climb to a trillion dollars.”
By: Michael Karlik 3/26/2020 | Colorado Politics
U.S. Reps. Ken Buck and Doug Lamborn took to Twitter to slam some of the provisions of competing economic relief bills, one of which the Senate passed unanimously on Wednesday.
By: Mandy Mayfield 3/23/2020 | National Defense
As the fanfare around the new military service dies down, many unanswered questions surrounding the structure of the Space Force still remain.
By: Tom Roeder 3/15/2020 | Colorado Gazette
Before coronavirus scuttled it, local leaders were looking forward to the Space Symposium as a showcase for Colorado Springs in its bid to retain U.S. Space Command.
They're not giving up.
By: Laurie Kellman 3/12/2020 | AP News
The notes started popping up on Congress’ office doors this week. Elbow greetings only. A six-foot radius. And that’s for lawmakers who are taking visitors at all.
“No offense,” read one, posted outside the office of North Carolina Rep. David Price, D-N.C. “Just makes sense.”
By: Joseph Trevithick 3/12/2020 | The Warzone
By Joey Bunch- Colorado Politics
There for a brief moment, perhaps, the Republicans and Democrats agreed on something this week: the fight against coronavirus, and its suspected arrival in Colorado, is serious.