Monthly Archives: May 2017

Environment & Climate Committee

5/12: Public Comments on EPA’s Evaluation of Existing Regulations

In his first months in office, President Trump issued executive orders requiring agencies to cut back regulations, focusing on, but not limited to those from President Obama’s climate change agenda. To begin the process, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is gathering public comments on “regulations that may be appropriate for repeal,

National Security Committee

5/10: Demand an Independent, Bipartisan Russia Probe

With the firing of FBI director James Comey, it’s more important than ever to put pressure on our elected officials and demand and independent commission to conduct the Russia investigation.


UPDATE: Keep Calling For an Independent,

Public Lands & Environment Commitee

5/8: Methane Gas Rule

The US House of Representatives voted earlier to pass a resolution to undo a measure that would cut air pollution, prevent the waste of taxpayer dollars, and curb climate change-causing problems (the methane waste prevention rule designed to limit venting, flaring, and leaking of methane from natural gas.) This rule is finally due to be voted on this week in the Senate.

Healthcare Committee

5/8: Die-In & Picket Scott Tipton

Tipton is scheduled to speak at the Montezuma County Courthouse on Monday morning, May 8th in Cortez. The Indivisible Groups in that area have invited us to join them. Let’s go demonstrate how we feel about Rep Tipton’s vote for Trumpcare. Please bring signs that look like grave markers,

Income, Taxes & Your Money Committee

5/4: Consumer Protection & Banking Regulations

H.R. 10 would dismantle the 2010 Wall Street reform legislation, known as the Dodd-Frank Act. This law created the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), an agency committed to protecting consumers and making sure that banks, lenders, and other financial institutions treat you fairly.

Education Committee

4/24 – 5/9: Betsy De Vos Post Card Campaign

The Education Committee needs you to send postcards to Secretary of Education Betsy de Vos & voice your support for public educators. This campaign runs April 24-May 9 to coincide with National Teacher Appreciation Week.


National Security Committee

5/3: Special Prosecutor in Russia Probe

According to recent reports, the investigation into Russia has stalled in the Senate Intelligence Committee. Call your 3 representatives & keep demanding a special prosecutor to investigate President Trump’s ties to Russia.