Spend funds on space dominance, not moving Space Command’s headquarters
By Rep. Doug Lamborn
Washington D.C. – This week, Congressman Doug Lamborn (CO-05) led a Special Order on the House floor, celebrating the 79th anniversary of National Bible Week. Congressman Lamborn and several other Members of Congress expressed the profound impact that the Bible has had on their lives and on America.
Washington, D.C. – Today the United States House of Representatives passed the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021.
Congressman Lamborn, Ranking Member of the Readiness Subcommittee released the following statement:
Washington, D.C.- This week, the U.S. Senate unanimously approved Congressman Doug Lamborn's legislation to name the Briargate post office in Colorado Springs, Colorado, in honor of Army Chaplain (Capt.) Dale Goetz (KIA).
Washington, D.C.- Today, the United States House of Representatives voted on the MORE Act, legislation that legalizes marijuana and removes it entirely from the Controlled Substances Act. Marijuana is currently the most commonly used illicit drug, with more than 24 million Americans presently claiming to use it.
Washington, D.C. – Today, the entire Colorado Congressional Delegation sent a third letter to President Donald Trump asking for extended and expanded federal funding for the Colorado National Guard (CONG) to support their efforts in the fight against the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Washington, D.C. – Today, the entire Colorado Congressional Delegation released a joint statement celebrating this year’s U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree, which traveled from Western Colorado to Washington, D.C. in November, ahead of the lighting ceremony in our nation’s capital:
Washington, D.C. – The United States House of Representatives approved a resolution to form a conference committee and appoint conferees with the Senate on the National Defense Authorization Act of Fiscal Year 2021.
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Rep. Doug Lamborn Calls Attention to Persecution Through Congressional Letter
By: Jacqueline Feldscher 5/8/2020 | Politico
Congress must resist the temptation to cut funding from military space programs despite the enormous financial pressure on the defense budget from combating the coronavirus, says Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-Colo.), a member of the House Armed Services Committee.
By Wayne Heilman- The Gazette
The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs has received a $2.75 million federal grant to expand and renovate a building on North Nevada Avenue that's home to the National Cybersecurity Center.
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: Mary Margaret Olohan 4/15/2020 | Daily Caller
Pro-life lawmakers are pushing President Donald Trump’s administration to continue to regulate fetal tissue research and to uphold safety regulations on abortion drugs.
By: Martin Burger 4/15/2020 | Life Site News
More than 130 members of Congress urged President Donald Trump “to maintain your current fetal tissue research policy and to redirect funds toward ethical, successful alternatives to combat 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.