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The Silicon Valley Bank meltdown is hitting some Colorado startups 
GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert took to Twitter to accuse regulators of giving the banks a “bailout” that she said is “about protecting the donor base of the Democrats and ensuring if you invest in DEI and ESG you’ll be just fine!” Boebert offered no proof to support those claims. SVB had a high concentration of tech and venture capital clients, while Signature had many cryptocurrency clients. The Western Slope legislator also referenced the Sunday night briefing call, highlighting that a fellow member asked what steps the administration was taking to stop misinformation about the banks on social media. Boebert tweeted “this administration AGAIN just committed the federal government to interfere with free speech. Unacceptable!”
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Boebert makes surprise appearance at Fish and Wildlife wolf meeting 
Freedom Caucus lays out spending cut demands for debt limit 
Rep. Boebert speaks with Dolores students about civic engagement and rights: ‘You are the now’ 
School officials and Boebert’s office billed the session in the Dolores Schools gymnasium as a kind of civics discussion, but the congresswoman also spoke of her efforts with the Freedom Caucus – a conservative bloc of Republican representatives – the U.S. response to COVID-19, and in response to students’ questions, about her personal and political development. Boebert, a second-term Republican, represents Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District, which includes 27 counties comprising about 50,000 square miles. The congresswoman spoke to students about her role as a representative and emphasized that she relies on the Constitution and the Founding Fathers’ Federalist Papers as a guide in her work.
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Boebert talks priorities for working-class families and water in Colorado 
Lauren Boebert Argues California ‘Never Had Slavery’ in Jab at Reparations 
“What Lauren Boebert doesn’t know about American history could fill the Library of Congress. So it’s not surprising to see her repeat the myth that California never had slavery,” political historian Dr. Kevin Waite told Newsweek. In addition to being an associate professor of U.S. history at Durham University, Waite is the author of the 2021 book West of Slavery: The Southern Dream of a Transcontinental Empire, which examined slavery in California and the American Southwest.
Lauren Boebert’s New Tweet Slamming Joe Biden Is Pure Projection, Say Critics 
Lauren Boebert uses Drew Barrymore pic to “prove” liberals are anti-women 
Leading Denier Think Tank Uses AI Image of Dead Whale and Wind Turbines 
Outgoing state GOP chair Kristi Burton Brown takes policy job at Advance Colorado 
Burton Brown rose to prominence in her teens when she co-sponsored the first attempt to pass a “personhood” amendment in 2008. She spearheaded a failed campaign to recall then-state Rep. Tom Sullivan over the Centennial Democrats support for gun-control measures in 2019 and served as lead policy advisor for U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert before the Silt Republican won office in 2020.
Defamation lawsuit against Boebert heading to a Colorado courtroom, Muckrakers president says 
A North Carolina political activist is preparing to file a lawsuit against U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert of Silt in federal court in Colorado, the activist told Newsline. David Wheeler, president of the American Muckrakers PAC, sued Boebert in a North Carolina state court last year for defamation and malicious prosecution. In January, the judge dismissed the case, saying that the proper venue for it was in Colorado. Wheeler said he’s heeding the judge’s advice and is poised to bring a similar lawsuit against Boebert in Colorado, though now he plans to file in federal court.

Six-week abortion ban clears first House hurdle 
Sarah Parker, a co-founder of Women’s Voice of Southwest Florida, told the panel the discussion over the bill gave her “Lauren Boebert vibes,” referring to the 36-year-old Colorado Congresswoman who last week announced she will soon be a grandmother. “I’m trying to figure out when we’re going to start celebrating teen pregnancy,” she said. “You know this bill is wildly unpopular. I never thought I would be on the side of Sen. Rick Scott, but here I am. Thank you, again, for imploding yourselves.”
Boebert praises high rural teen birth rates, announces she’s going to be a ’36-year-old grandmother’ 
Rep. Lauren Boebert has announced that she’ll soon be “a 36-year-old grandmother,” while praising “rural conservative communities” that “value life.” The Colorado Republican revealed that the girlfriend of her 17-year-old son, Tyler, is due next month. “I’m going to tell you all for the first time in a public setting, that not only am I a mom of four boys, but come April, I will be a gigi to a brand new grandson,” Boebert said Tuesday at a Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) event.
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