Below please find a statement from Representative Jason Crow (CO-06) following the news that the Pentagon is preparing to send several thousand additional active duty members to the southern border.
Congressman Jason Crow (CO-06) released the following statement regarding the temporary agreement to reopen the federal government after it was partially shut down for 35 days:
Below please find a statement from Rep. Jason Crow following his appointment to the House Small Business Committee:
“I am thrilled to be named to the House Small Business Committee. As the son of small business owners, I know just how hard it is to run a small business but also the incredible value they add to the community.
Below please find a statement from Representative Jason Crow following the Supreme Court’s 5-4 order allowing President Trump’s transgender military ban to proceed:
Below please find a statement from Representative Jason Crow following President Trump’s televised speech:
“Let us be clear: this is not a compromise. This is not a path to citizenship. And this is not the immigration reform our country so desperately needs. This is a bad faith offer that comes with a $5.7 billion price tag.
Below please find a statement from Congressman Jason Crow following President Trump’s letter calling a congressional delegation scheduled visit to Afghanistan a “public relations event.”
Bill would raise the minimum wage to $15 over the next six years; the minimum wage has not been raised in nearly a decade
Today, Rep. Jason Crow signed on to co-sponsor the Raise the Wage Act of 2019. The bill would gradually raise the minimum wage to $15 in 2024 and ensure all workers are paid at least the full federal minimum wage by phasing out the subminimum wages for tipped workers, youth workers, and workers with disabilities.
Below please find a statement from Rep. Jason Crow following his appointment to the House Armed Services Committee:
Rep. Jason Crow today met with constituents to discuss the impact of the government shutdown. As of today, the shutdown is the longest closure in history with over 800,000 federal employees, including 20,000 in Colorado, either furloughed
or working without pay.