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Friday, December 19, 2014

Posts Tagged ‘U.S. Senator’

Udall Should Re-Think his Amendment

  By Isabella Woods There is no doubt that US Senator Mark Udall has a strong political pedigree, and he always seems like quite a likeable fellow.  He’s strong on the environment, civil liberties and support for veterans, and keen on adopting a bi-partisan approach to most issues.  Now he wants Congress to agree to change the constitution by accepting his balanced budget amendment. Amendments, and more Amendments The Senator is of course not the first to make such a ... Full Story

Udall Statement on Senate Vote to Expand Payroll Tax

Press Release Today, Mark Udall issued the following statement after the Senate voted 51-49 against expanding the payroll tax cuts. Earlier this week, Udall urged his colleagues to pass the bill because it would lower the tax burden on Colorado's middle-income workers and help business owners boost the economy. "I'm very disappointed that the Senate did not extend the payroll tax cut that would have given some relief to Colorado's struggling workers. Some leading economists estimate that ... Full Story

Udall Urges Senate Colleagues to Support Middle-Income

Udall Urges Senate Colleagues to Support Middle-Income Americans, Small Businesses by Expanding Payroll Tax Cuts

  Udall Urges Senate Colleagues to Support Middle-Income Americans, Small Businesses by Expanding Payroll Tax Cuts Releases County-by-County Report on Potential Effect of Payroll Tax Cut on CO Families Today, Mark Udall urged his Senate colleagues to expand the payroll tax cuts that were enacted last year, lowering the tax burden on Colorado's middle-income workers, helping business owners bolster our still-recovering economy and saving the average family around a thousand ... Full Story

Udall’s Newsletter Update

Udall’s Newsletter Update

    Mark's Newsletter Update: $15,000,000,000,000
 November 23, 2011   Dear Fellow Coloradan, This month, the United States hit an unfortunate milestone. Our national debt officially passed $15 trillion – an enormous number that represents a serious threat not just to our economy, but also to our national security. This week, the bipartisan congressional "super committee" was unable to reach a deal to cut at least $1.2 trillion from our national debt ... Full Story

Udall Statement on Super Committee’s Failure to

Udall Statement on Super Committee’s Failure to Reach Agreement to Reduce National Debt

    In response to news that the super committee has failed to reach a deficit reduction deal, Mark Udall issued the following statement urging Congress to bring the Bowles-Simpson deficit reduction proposal to the floor of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives and to pass a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution. "Today's news is disappointing and frustrating for Coloradans who want leaders capable of making tough decisions and guiding our nation through ... Full Story

Udall Statement on Budget Deal

Udall Statement on Budget Deal

  Mark Udall’s statement regarding the budget agreement reached tonight between Democrats and Republicans: April 8, 2011 “I congratulate both Democrats and Republicans for coming together and agreeing on a budget compromise.  Shutting down the government would’ve affected tens of thousands of Coloradans and their livelihoods were at stake.  Military families were worried about receiving their paychecks, farmers would’ve waiting for operating loans to put seed in the ... Full Story

Udall Amendment to Wall Street Accountability Bill

Udall Amendment to Wall Street Accountability Bill Would Allow Consumers to Get Free Access to Credit Score Current Law Allows Free Access to Credit Report, NOT Credit Score Udall: Increasing Access to Credit Score Would Help Level the Playing Field for Consumers Washington, D.C. – Today, as the U. S. Senate began debating legislation to crack down on Wall Street and protect families’ savings and seniors’ pensions, Senator Mark Udall offered an amendment that would help ... Full Story

Bennet Vows to Keep Up Fight to Include Bipartisan

Bennet Vows to Keep Up Fight to Include Bipartisan ‘Pay It Back’ Plan In Senate Budget

Would Ensure Repaid Funds from Bank, Housing, Auto Bailouts Are Used to Pay Down the Debt, Not Fund Further Spending Says, ‘Washington Needs to Show it’s Serious About Reducing the Deficit’ Washington, DC – Michael Bennet, U.S. Senator for Colorado, vowed to keep up the fight to ensure the Senate makes a serious commitment to reducing the deficit by including his bipartisan ‘Pay It Back’ Plan in the budget for the coming fiscal year. Bennet’s ‘Pay It Back’ Plan, ... Full Story

Udall Statement on 95th Anniversary of Armenian

Udall Statement on 95th Anniversary of Armenian Genocide

Udall: We Must Never Forget this Atrocity Washington, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senator Mark Udall released the following statement regarding the importance of commemorating the anniversary of the Armenian Genocide: “Tomorrow marks the 95th anniversary of the campaign of genocide against the Armenian people. In just eight years, beginning in 1915, more than half of the Armenian population was murdered – one and a half million men, women, and children – and a half million more were forced ... Full Story

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