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Lawmakers Express Support For Continuing CHP Program

By Shaun Boyd

DENVER (CBS4) – Governor Hickenlooper is sounding an alarm as federal funding for CHP – The Children’s Health Insurance Program – dries up. 410 more words


Rep. Mike Coffman Talks Tax Plan At Town Hall

AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Colorado Congressman Mike Coffman hosted a telephone town hall on Wednesday to talk with constituents about the Republican tax plan on Capitol Hill. 97 more words


Rep. Coffman calls for review of Denver VA management

DENVER — A Congressional subcommittee is demanding the VA Office of Medical Inspector investigate complaints of mismanagement of the surgical and anesthesia departments at the Denver Veteran Affairs Medical Center. 669 more words

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Whistleblower Uncovers Secret Wait Lists At VA Facilities

By Shaun Boyd

DENVER (CBS4) – The Office of the Inspector General finds secret wait lists at Veterans Affairs facilities in Denver, Colorado Springs and Golden after a whistleblower comes forward. 438 more words


Colorado Congressional Leaders Cast Vote In House Tax Reform Bill

DENVER (CBS4) – The House of Representatives approved a nearly $1.5 trillion Republican tax overhaul package on Thursday.

It could be the first major legislative accomplishment for President Trump and the GOP since Trump took office. 310 more words


Coffman Takes Aim At Online Political Ads

WASHINGTON (CBS4) – Colorado Congressman Rep. Mike Coffman is co-sponsoring a bill to regulate online political advertisements.

The Republican from Aurora who represents Colorado’s 6th Congressional District is making the move as the investigation into the role Russia may have planed in the last presidential election continues. 157 more words


Bill in Congress Would Ban Imports of Venezuelan Oil

A bill in the Congress would ban the importation of certain oil products from Venezuela to the United States. Total imports last year of the goods covered by the proposed legislation amounted to more than $10.9 million, or more than 95 percent of all imported goods. 385 more words