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Dear Friend,

North Korea Sanctions Legislation Signed into Law

The President’s signing of my North Korea Sanctions and Policy Enhancement Act represents a major shift in U.S. policy toward North Korea. It is the Obama Administration’s recognition that their strategic patience policy has failed and we need a new direction to stop North Korea's increasing belligerence. My bill provides that new policy of strength, and I’m proud that Congress put politics aside and came together to approve mandatory sanctions designed to stop the Forgotten Maniac in Pyongyang. Today, we’ve given our allies a reason to trust us, and our enemies a reason to fear us.

I discuss this important legislation in this week's Republican Weekly Address. Watch the video here


Colorado Meetings 

I had the opportunity to sit down with local leaders in Loveland to discuss economic development around the Fort Collins-Loveland Airport.


I enjoyed my visit to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention lab in Fort Collins, Colorado where I learned about the important work the CDC is doing, including its efforts to combat the Zika virus.


I was honored to join Republic of Korea's Consul General Dongman Han in Denver to present the Ambassador of Peace Medals to our veterans who served in the Korean War and sacrificed so much for our country.


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Thank you for taking the time to read my weekly update. If I can be of any assistance to you, please contact my Washington, D.C. office at (202) 224-5941.




Cory Gardner

United States Senator