Rep. Mike Coffman, a Republican, and Sen. Michael Bennet, a Democrat have introduced separate measures to help troops pushed out of the military without health benefits.
Here are the full statements from Colorado's congressional delegation on the release of President Donald Trump's budget.
Bennet asks David Shulkin to address mental health care coverage for former military members who received other-than-honorable discharges.
In an interview with Colorado Matters, Colorado's Democratic Senator panned the new GOP health care bill, demurred on Judge Gorsuch questions and touched on town halls.
Sen. Cory Gardner voted in favor of President Trump's attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions. Sen. Michael Bennet opposed the nomination.
Town halls have become outlets for public anger nationwide with the new administration, and some Colorado constituents aren't happy their elected officials are in unavailable.
Members are under pressure from liberal groups to schedule constituent events, but only a few have put any on their calendars.
Read the full statements on Trump's executive order on immigration from Colorado's congressional delegation.
Few disagreed that Michael Bennet was in any danger of losing his seat to El Paso County Commissioner Darryl Glenn.
Bennet was Denver Public Schools superintendent when he was appointed to the Senate in 2009, and then won a six-year term.