Bennet Statement on Release of Special Counsel Mueller’s Report
Washington, D.C. – Today, Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet released the following statement:
“The redacted report makes clear that the president’s behavior, and that of his team, should deeply concern every American. The report documents the president’s failure to cooperate with the special counsel, efforts to mislead the American people, and troubling interactions with Russia, a foreign adversary. To exercise its constitutional responsibility to provide oversight, Congress should have access to the full report and all underlying materials.
“In the meantime, the Attorney General of the United States should refrain from using his office to shape the Mueller report in a partisan, self-interested manner.”
Governor Polis Provides Update on Colorado’s Response to COVID-19 Pandemic
As a result of the mask-wearing order and the decision to close bars, Colorado is seeing COVID-19 cases plateau, but the Governor cautioned Coloradans that the state is in a precarious position and everyone must remain vigilant.
Statewide seat belt enforcement cites 1,695 drivers for not buckling up 70 drivers cited for unrestrained children
The Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement is a critical component of CDOT’s Whole System — Whole Safety initiative and the agency’s vision to reduce the number of deaths and injuries on Colorado roadways.