On Monday, Representative Jason Crow (CO-06), along with Representatives Diana DeGette (CO-01), Ed Perlmutter (CO-07), and Joe Neguse (CO-02), visited the Aurora Contract Detention Facility as part of Crow’s weekly congressional oversight visits.
Last week, Crow announced that his office is taking the unprecedented step of setting up weekly visits to the ICE facility in his district
The SBA Cyber Awareness Act would expand cyber security operations at the Small Business Administration by requiring the SBA to issue a report assessing the agency’s ability to combat cyber threats
Crow’s bill to address national security threats posed by climate change passes House as part of defense bill
NDAA includes amendment Crow co-led to prohibit military force against Iran without congressional approval
Today Rep. Jason Crow (CO-06) announced that his office will take the unprecedented step of setting up a weekly visit to the Aurora Contract Detention Facility in his district.
As the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals hears oral arguments in the Texas v. U.S. lawsuit today, below please find a statement from Congressman Jason Crow (CO-06). The lawsuit is the latest attempt to jeopardize health care coverage for more than 400,000 Coloradans, eliminate protections for people with pre-existing conditions, and gut our country’s health care system.
Move comes after ICE denies responsibility for medical care at private detention facilities
GEO Group, which runs the Aurora Detention Facility, is one of the biggest for-profit prison operators in the world
Following his initial denial of entry on February 20th and confirmation of a mumps outbreak at the Aurora Contract Detention Facility, Rep. Jason Crow (CO-06) led a letter on February 28th to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
The End Dark Money Act, Crow’s First Bill, Incorporated into Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Act
Today, Rep. Jason Crow (CO-06) successfully removed language from the House funding bill that had previously created a loophole for mega-donors to hide their political contributions in so-called “social welfare” organizations. By striking the campaign finance rider, Crow passes the core provision of his first bill, the End Dark Money Act, which he introduced in January.