The amendment, introduced by Reps. Khanna and Gaetz and co-led by Crow, states that Congress has not authorized use of force against Iran
Over the last two decades, the 2001 AUMF has been used 37 times to justify military operations
Following last week’s news that President Trump called off a military strike against Iran amid the rising tensions, Rep. Jason Crow (CO-06) issued the following statement:
Yesterday, Rep. Jason Crow (CO-06) spoke on the House Floor in protest to the administration plan to include a citizenship question to the upcoming U.S. Census. Crow also introduced an amendment to prevent the U.S. Census from sharing personally-identifiable information with other federal agencies such as Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Congressmen Jason Crow (D-CO) and Troy Balderson have joined the Congressional Civility and Respect Caucus, founded by Congressman Steve Stivers (R-OH) and Congresswoman Joyce Beatty (D-OH).
Crow Led 4 Letters Advocating for District Priorities with several included in the House-passed bill
Today, Rep. Jason Crow highlighted numerous priorities of Colorado’s sixth congressional district in H.R. 2740, the first “minibus” package of fiscal year 2020 appropriations bills, which passed the House on Wednesday, June 19.
Participants Described the Lifesaving Provisions of the ACA and Why Congress Needs to Continue to Improve Health Care Access and Affordability
Health care advocates and providers shared their stories today with Congressman Jason Crow (CO-06), who has co-sponsored 19 health care bills since taking office six months ago.
House Armed Services Committee Passes Annual Defense Bill for the FY2020
On early Thursday morning following over 20 hours of debate, the House Armed Services Committee (HASC) passed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) including key priorities for Colorado advocated by Rep. Jason Crow (CO-06), who serves on the Intelligence, Emerging Threats, and Capabilities subcommittee and Readiness subcommittee. The final bill passed Committee by a vote of 33-24.
This morning, Representative Jason Crow’s (CO-06) amendment in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to prohibit the Department of Defense from supporting child separation from their parents passed the House Armed Services Committee.
Crow’s amendment would prohibit defense funding to be used to house children forcibly separated from their parents.
This afternoon, Crow’s amendment to support an increase in federal funding for Project SERV passed the House overwhelming, 345-73, as part of the Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2020.
Passage in House Armed Services Committee comes on the heels of Crow’s introduction of a similar bill and launch of Sustainable Power Initiative to discuss energy efficiency and climate readiness at Pentagon
Today, the House Armed Services Committee (HASC) passed the NDAA with a provision put forth by Rep. Jason Crow (CO-06) to require large military installations to include assessments of climate change and mitigation efforts in their master plans.