Tomorrow, Rep. Jason Crow will be volunteering at the Summit Conference and Events Center for its Rock it, Sock it event. The Rock it, Sock it program is designed to help provide hygiene items for people experiencing homelessness. This drive will benefit the Comitis Crisis Center, the Aurora Day Resource Center, and Colfax Community Network.
The Letter to ICE Acting Secretary Follows Silence from DHS on Expansion and Conditions at Aurora Facility
Mumps has been reported at facilities in Colorado, Texas, and Arizona
Letter is signed by Democratic Colorado delegation and other members
Rep. Crow Serves as Vice Chair of the Gun Violence Prevention Task Force and is a co-sponsor of the Bipartisan Background Checks Act
WASHINGTON - Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO) issued the below statement following his vote for H.J. Res. 46 to terminate President Trump’s national emergency declaration to build a border wall.
Today, Rep. Crow (D-CO) announced his new project, the Lead Locally Initiative. The effort will have Rep. Crow meeting with the mayor or local municipal officials for a tour of cities in the district and a discussion of the issues facing constituents throughout the year. Crow will be visiting cities and town across the district from Foxfield (pop. 700) to Aurora (pop. 366,000).
WASHINGTON - Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO) issued the below statement following the confirmation of mumps at the Aurora ICE Detention Center run by GEO Group. ICE confirmed mumps to the public following Rep.
Following concerns from community groups including Immigration Justice, Colorado People’s Alliance (COPA), ACLU of Colorado, Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), and Casa de Paz, among others regarding the ICE facility run by GEO Group in Aurora, Rep. Jason Crow sent a letter to the Department of Homeland Security.
WASHINGTON - Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO) issued the following statement regarding President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency to build a border wall without approval from Congress.
Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO) issued the following statement regarding his vote for the FY 2019 government funding package:
“It's a national embarrassment that merely keeping our government open has become Washington's new threshold for compromise. America should never tolerate reducing federal workers to bargaining chips in policy debates.
Today, Congressman Jason Crow (CO-06) helped introduce legislation to crack down on lavish spending by Cabinet officials and to increase transparency for taxpayers on renovation and decorating expenses at federal agencies.