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March 29, 2019 Press Release

Washington D.C.  - On March 26, President Trump signed the "Executive Order on Coordinating National Resilience to Electromagnetic Pulses" to ensure U.S. critical infrastructure is protecting against a weaponized electromagnetic pulse (EMP) or cyber attack.

March 26, 2019 Press Release

Washington D.C. –  Congressman Doug Lamborn announces staff changes:

New Communications Director: Cassandra Sebastian

March 12, 2019 Press Release

Colorado Delegation Urges Department of Defense to Headquarter U.S. Space Command in Colorado

Contact: Savannah Frasier (202) 225-4422

March 11, 2019 Press Release

Washington, DC - On Friday, Secretary of the U.S. Air Force Heather Wilson announced her intent to resign her position at the end of May to be President of the University of Texas at El Paso.  In response to this news, Congressman Lamborn issued the following statement: 

February 26, 2019 Press Release

Washington, DC - Today the House Armed Services Subcommittee on Strategic Forces met for a hearing on the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty. President Trump recently announced that the United States will withdraw from the INF due in high part to continuing Russian violations of the treaty as well as the growth of new nuclear powers not in the treaty.

February 26, 2019 Press Release

Washington, DC – Congressman Doug Lamborn (CO-05) issued the following statement regarding H.J. Res. 46:

February 26, 2019 Press Release

Washington, DC - Congressman Lamborn, a senior member of the House Natural Resources Committee, issued the following statement regarding passage of S. 47:

February 19, 2019 Blog Post

The season of defense legislation is upon us once again!  Please find below the Defense Proposal Form for the upcoming FY20 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).  


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In The News

May 13, 2011 In The News

By John Schroyer

U.S. Rep. Doug Lambornwas among a select few members of Congress to have seen the photos of Osama bin Laden’s corpse on Thursday.

April 18, 2011 In The News

By Tom Roder

An expanded Veterans Affairs clinic long-promised for Colorado Springs has a building site, a budget and is expected to open in about three years.

The 80,000 square foot facility will go on a vacant lot near the intersection of Centennial Boulevard and Fillmore Street, the VA said Friday.

April 7, 2011 In The News

By Bea Karnes

Rep. Doug Lamborn, whose district includes Colorado Springs, has heard from concerned residents who are worried about the possible loss of military pay if the government shuts down.

Lambornsigned a letter to Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, calling for the Senate to pass a spending bill.

April 7, 2011 In The News

By John Schroyer

In the face of the very real possibility of a government shutdown, three of Colorado’s Republican congressmen are pushing legislation to ensure that military servicemen and women continue to receive their paychecks.

March 31, 2011 In The News

By Allison Sherry

WASHINGTON - As gas prices climb to their highest levels in more than two years, President Barack Obama and Senate Democrats are attempting to recapture the issue from Republicans - who have been angry for months that there is not more domestic oil production - by pushing conservation and energy alternatives.

March 29, 2011 In The News

By Rachel Welte

It is official, a new combat aviation brigade will soon call Fort Carson home.

Congressman Doug Lamborn announced Monday afternoon that the Mountain Post has been selected by the army to house the newly created 13th Combat Aviation Brigade.

March 29, 2011 In The News

By Tom Roder

Fort Carson will be home to a 2,700 soldier aviation brigade, congressional sources confirmed Monday.

Army leaders briefed Colorado’s congressional delegation Monday morning on the move, which would push the post’s population of GIs to nearly 30,000 and bring an estimated $240 million in military construction to the Pikes Peak region.

March 18, 2011 In The News

The House on Thursday voted to end federal funding to National Public Radio. Republican supporters said it made good fiscal sense, and Democratic opponents called it an ideological attack that would deprive local stations of access to programs such as "Car Talk" and "All Things Considered."

March 18, 2011 In The News

By Brian Montopoli

In a largely party-line vote, the Republican-led House of Representatives voted Thursday afternoon to prohibit federal funding for National Public Radio and prohibit public radio stations from using federal funds to pay dues to NPR and other public radio distributors or purchase their programming.