Jason Crow is committed to advocating for environmental protections.
Crow, a veteran of the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division, completed three combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan and earned a Bronze Star. He has worked on a number of veterans’ issues, including campaigning for the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” and working on veterans’ issues for Senator Mark Udall and Governor John Hickenlooper.
As a representative, Crow is committed to fighting for policies that will build a clean energy economy. He will advocate for the United States to rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement, to implement the Clean Power Plan, and to invest in clean energy technology. He will also fight to transition to 100% clean energy by 2050 and to pass policies that protect clean air, clean water, and public lands.
Crow joins the U.S. House after defeating Representative Mike Coffman, who was named to LCV’s House Dirty Dozen and earned a 5% lifetime score on LCV’s National Environmental Scorecard.
In his own words:
“Every Coloradan has an obligation to preserve our state’s incredible natural environment for the next generation, and that’s a responsibility I take seriously. I’ll fight every day to ensure my kids – and every child in Colorado – have access to the same natural environment that makes me proud to call our state home.”
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