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.
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.
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.
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Below please find a statement from Congressman Crow following the report produced by the Department of Homeland Security inspector general.
Crow’s “Sustainable Power Initiative” will bring together experts, lawmakers, government officials, and industry leaders to discuss how to improve military readiness and resilience in the face of climate change
Rep. Jason Crow released the following statement marking the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy, France. Crow is on a Congressional Delegation to Normandy today and attended a ceremony at the American Cemetery at Omaha Beach.
WASHINGTON - Following a series of viral disease outbreaks and reports of poor conditions at the Aurora Contract Detention Facility and other detention facilities around the country, Rep.
Washington, D.C.— Yesterday, Rep.