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Congressman John T. Salazar, Third District of Colorado

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Recent News

Congressman Salazar Introduces Veterans' Identity Theft Act of 2006
(5/24/2006) WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman John T. Salazar, the only veteran from the Colorado delegation, last night introduced the “Veterans Identity Protection Act of 2006” (H.R. 5455), legislation aimed at helping veterans whose personal data was stolen from the home of a VA employee earlier this month.  “This Administration has  (full story...)

Congressman Salazar Argues Against Rapid Oil Shale Development
(6/26/2006) WASHINGTON, DC – Congressmen John Salazar today rose in opposition to H.R. 4761, the Deep Ocean Energy Resources Act of 2006, stating on the House floor that the bill did little to relieve the Western Slope from oil and gas development pressures. “The entire point of off shore drilling  (full story...)

Congressman Salazar Introduces Renewable Energy Plan
(5/16/2006) WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman John Salazar (CO-03) today introduced the USA Renewable Fuel Act of 2006, a bill aimed at assisting domestic producers of biofuels, including ethanol and biodiesel. The bill would ensure that key provisions of the 2005 Energy Bill pertaining to renewable fuels production would apply to U.S.  (full story...)

Congressman John Salazar's Offices

Washington, DC
1531 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
202-226-9669 (fax)
Grand Junction, Colorado
225 North 5th Street, STE 702
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970- 245-2194 (fax)
Pueblo, Colorado
134 West B Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
719-543-8204 (fax)
Durango, Colorado
700 Main Avenue, STE F
Durango, CO 81301
970-375-3265 (fax)
Alamosa, Colorado
609 Main Street, #6
Alamosa, CO 81101
719-587-5137 (fax)


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