Dear Friend,

Importance of Agriculture

Earlier this week, I spoke on the Senate floor about the agriculture crisis in America and the importance of agriculture to Colorado.

Click here or on the image above to view my remarks.

Responding to Coloradans

In this week’s update from Washington, I responded to a few constituent letters I have received. Be sure to click here or on the image below to watch a few of my responses. 

Gold King Mine Spill and Scott Pruitt's Nomination to Lead EPA

spoke on the Senate floor about the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) refusal to fully reimburse Coloradans for damages relating to the EPA-born Gold King Mine spill. I discussed a commitment newly-confirmed EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt made to me to visit Colorado to assure Coloradans he will fulfill the promises that were broken under the Obama Administration.

Click here or on the image above to view my remarks. 

Introducing Denver International Airport's CEO at a Senate Hearing

I’m pleased Kim Day, Denver International Airport’s CEO, testified before the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Subcommittee hearing focused on improving TSA earlier this week. Kim Day runs a world-class airport that serves thousands of Coloradans every day, and I have been more than happy to support the airport at the federal level and will continue to do everything I can to help Denver International Airport provide a safe, efficient travel experience for the millions of people who pass through the airport every year.

You can watch excerpts from the hearing here.

Live with Fox and Friends 

I joined Fox & Friends this week to discuss what we should do with enemy combatants held in Guantanamo Bay, a prison that’s tailor-made for terrorists.

Click here or on the image above to watch the interview. 

Meeting with Coloradans

Earlier this week, I sat down with leaders from the Colorado Technology Association, Colorado Workforce Development Council, the National Center for Cybersecurity, and Panasonic who are in Washington this week as part of the CompTIA fly-in. We discussed a wide range of issues, including Colorado tech job opportunities, cybersecurity, and workforce development.


I also met with Coloradans from different companies across Colorado's aerospace industry that are helping to build NASA's Orion spacecraft.

Need Help with a Federal Agency? 

My staff is available to assist you with finding out the status of a case and requesting additional information from a federal agency. I have offices in Denver, Durango, Pueblo, Grand Junction, Fort Collins, Greeley, Yuma, and Colorado Springs. Learn more about how we can help here

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