The FIRE Act, co-led by Crow, requires campaigns to report any foreign contacts to FEC
Yesterday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Stopping Harmful Interference in Elections for a Lasting Democracy (SHIELD) Act, which included the Foreign Influence Reporting in Elections (FIRE) Act which was co-led by Rep. Jason Crow (CO-06).
Representative Jason Crow (CO-06) and U.S. Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) led the entire Colorado delegation in sending a letter to Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, and Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, urging significant cap relief for the H-2B visa program in any final year-end appropriations package or continuing resolution.
The Freedom from Price Gouging Act, introduced by Rep. Katie Porter and co-led by Rep. Crow, would prevent drug manufacturers from profiting off unreasonable price hikes
Following three months of weekly visits to the Aurora Contract Detention Facility, Rep. Jason Crow (CO-06) today outlined a series of tangible improvements that have been made at the facility since Crow’s visits began in mid-July. Reports can be found at Representative Crow’s website, here.
WASHINGTON – Today, Rep Jason Crow, co-chair of the House Democratic Caucus’ National Security Task Force, joined the House Democratic leadership’s weekly press conference to discuss President Trump’s reckless decision to withdraw troops from Syria, leaving our Kurdish allies defenseless and America less safe.
Below please find a statement from the For Country Caucus. Rep. Jason Crow is a member of the For Country Caucus, a bipartisan Congressional Caucus of 19 veterans who are dedicated to working together to moving America forward by finding areas of consensus and compromise.
Region will face increased instability while partners and troops on the ground are left in disarray, lawmakers wrote in letter
Today, U.S. Representative Jason Crow and 55 lawmakers joined together to demand clarification on the White House’s national security strategy towards Syria.
Rep. Jason Crow released the below statement following last night’s vote by the Aurora City Council on Councilmember Allison Hiltz’s ordinance requiring all detention centers to report communicable disease to the Fire department within 48 hours.
Rep. Jason Crow (CO-06) urged NDAA conferees to retain strong PFAS provisions in the final National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the major annual bill authorizing national defense spending, as negotiations between the House and Senate kick off this week.