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Gardner helps sway Trump on conservation bill

By Dennis Webb U.S. senators are hailing a bipartisan deal, supported by President Trump after meeting with Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner, to provide full and permanent funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund and address a major maintenance backlog in national parks. Gardner, R-Colo., and Steve Daines, R-Mont., met last week with Trump and
The Daily Sentinel
March 4, 2020

U.S. House passes bill to expand Yucca House National Monument

By Jim Mimiaga Donated land parcel would protect ancient ruins, improve access A proposed expansion of Yucca House National Monument to protect ancient ruins and facilitate improved access is a step closer to reality. House Bill 1492, which would expand the monument southwest of Cortez from 33 acres to 193 acres passed the U.S. House of Representatives
The Durango Herald
March 2, 2020

Gardner named beer champion by national group

By Joey Bunch Former Gov. John Hickenlooper isn’t the only beer king running for Colorado’s U.S. Senate seat, after the Beer Institute tapped incumbent Cory Gardner an official Beer Champion. But it was more for his thinking than his drinking, as the national trade organization for suds cited Gardner’s “leadership in championing policies that provide tax relief
Colorado Politics
October 17, 2019

Repeal of federal water rule brings comfort to agricultural communities

By Ayelet Sheffey Environmentalist says EPA is ignoring good science Lawmakers, ranchers and agriculturalists are lauding last week’s decision by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers to repeal the 2015 Waters of the United States rule. The WOTUS rule defines all bodies of water that fall under U.S. federal jurisdiction, and
The Durango Herald
September 19, 2019

Sen. Gardner lauds decision to launch Space Command in Colorado

By Douglas Clark Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) is lauding the Department of Defense’s (DOD) recent decision to temporarily establish U.S. Space Command in Colorado, noting it harnesses the state’s existing military assets. Gardner, an advocate for the initiative, said the temporary establishment at Peterson Air Force Base would aid in coordinating space operations for the
Homeland Preparedness News
September 11, 2019

Sen. Cory Gardner keynote at Colorado Federation of Republican Women

By Scottie Taylor Iverson Even with rivals CU and Nebraska playing at Folsom Field (and two Nebraska fans in the audience) Maggiano’s was packed with women (and men) to hear keynote speaker Senator Cory Gardner, who is up for reelection, at the Colorado Federation of Republican Women (CFRW) annual luncheon. The meeting drew rave reviews
The Villager
September 11, 2019

Colorado’s 2020 Senate Candidates: Cory Gardner

By Jay Bouchard Resume: U.S. senator since 2014; former member of U.S. House of Representatives and the Colorado House of Representatives Give me your 30-second elevator pitch: Why are you seeking reelection?Cory Gardner: I’m fighting for every corner of Colorado, whether you’re from Hotchkiss or Holly, or Kersey or Kim. I’m going to fight for every single
August 20, 2019

EDITORIAL: Sen. Gardner scores big for Colorado

By The Gazette Editorial Board As Colorado and the rest of the world focused on President Donald Trump’s Sunday tweet storm last week, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner won a quiet victory for Colorado and the West. Gardner has fought since 2016 to move the headquarters of the Bureau of Land Management out of Washington, D.C.,
The Gazette
July 24, 2019