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By John Aguilar, Denver Post
Several members of Colorado's congressional delegation are putting their money — meaning their paychecks — where their mouths are.
By Benjamin Loyd
COLORADO SPRINGS – Congressman Doug Lamborn of the Colorado's 5th Congressional District has joined fellow members of Congress in opposing President Trump's decision to withdraw U.S. forces from Syria.
Representative Doug Lamborn (CO-05) released the following statement regarding today's committee hearing:
By Jenna Lifhits
A bill that would pressure the Palestinian Authority to stop financially rewarding acts of terror against Israelis and Americans easily passed the House of Representatives Tuesday.
Tom Roeder, the Gazette,11/18/17
Things are so bad at the Colorado Springs VA clinic that Colorado Springs U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn says it will take drastic action, including privatized veteran health care, to fix it.
In March, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas met with President Donald Trump's special peace envoy and proclaimed that "a historic peace deal is possible."
If World War 3 were to break out tomorrow, many experts believe the first attacks would not happen on earth, but in space, and the targets would be satellites.
The Taylor Force Act, legislation targeting the Palestinian Authority's (PA) payments to convicted terrorists and their families, is expected to receive broad bipartisan support in a vote in the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Nov. 15.
Should the committee approve the bill, it will advance to the House floor for a full congressional vote.
WASHINGTON — President Trump and his advisers have begun developing their own concrete blueprint to end the decades-old conflict between Israel and the Palestinians, a plan intended to go beyond previous frameworks offered by the American government in pursuit of what the president calls "the ultimate deal."