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Boebert’s ‘No’ votes make no sense

If one was on the subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples of the United States, why would one cast a vote against the Protecting Indian Tribes From Scams Act?

Why would one vote against the Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention Act allowing grants to tribes and states to install monitors in low income, older adult and child care facilities? Why a vote against the Food Allergy & Safety Education Act, expanding the definitions of major food allergens in labeling, which will benefit roughly 85 million Americans affected by food allergies?

Why a vote against the National Bone Marrow Donor Program? And lastly, why a vote against awarding medals to Capitol officers who protected Congress during the assault on the Capitol?

Our Congressional District 3 representative, Lauren Boebert, voted “No” on all of these bills. I believe the fine folks of District 3 care about these issues and those they affect and would agree the officers who protected Congress do deserve recognition. It is unfortunate that we have a representative in Boebert who does not seem to share our values and is too busy fundraising and grandstanding to focus in on issues her constituents care about.

Pamela Rule