Western Colorado Congress is a grassroots, democratic organization dedicated to challenging injustice by organizing people to increase their power over decisions that affect their lives.
WCC’s community groups and members work together to create healthy, sustainable communities, social and economic justice, environmental stewardship and a truly democratic society.
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Celebrate our Public Lands!
This Saturday, May 20, is Colorado’s first-ever Public Lands Day! Find an event near you and join in the celebration!
VICTORY: Plan to repeal BLM methane rule goes ‘Up in Flames’
A HUGE WIN this morning (Wed., May 10) as an industry-led attack against clean air rules fails in the U.S. Senate! Three cheers from Western Colorado! #cutmethane
THANK YOU to all of the people who made calls, wrote letters and met with your elected officials on this issue over the past four months. The vote was extremely close and every single thing we did helped win the day.
A special thanks to Sen. Bennet (D-CO) for his vote to uphold the BLM Methane Waste Reduction rule. <<Read more>>
WCC members and allies crush it at Tipton town hall in Montrose
Thank you to the 400+ people who packed the Montrose High School gym Friday night, April 7 for Rep. Scott Tipton’s first of three town halls during this Congressional recess. We had a blast!
Great organizing by WCC and several Indivisible groups resulted in a crowd that spoke powerfully and pretty much unanimously on our issues. We sent a strong message to the Congressman with a barrage of smart questions on energy policy, environmental regulations, public lands, health care, budget priorities, the Trump administration and more.
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