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Clima - John Hickenlooper for U.S. SenateSkip to main content Enable accessibility for visually impaired Open the accessibility menu Skip to content VOTANDO EN COLORADO VOTANDO EN COLORADO Indicio Conoce a John English Facebook-f Twitter Instagram Spotify Donar Donar Clima El cambio climático es el desafío decisivo de nuestro tiempo, y nuestro estado está en la primera línea de esta crisis, con inviernos más cortos, inundaciones catastróficas e incendios forestales, y la continua contaminación del aire. Aunque Colorado está desempeñando un papel de liderazgo frente a los ataques destructivos de la Administración Trump contra nuestro medio ambiente, debemos hacer más. La salud, el bienestar económico y la seguridad nacional de nuestro planeta están en riesgo. Es imperativo que abordemos los desafíos climáticos que enfrentamos con un feroz sentido de urgencia: las vidas humanas y los medios de vida están en juego. Como ex geólogo, he basado mi plan en la mejor ciencia disponible de la actualidad. En primer lugar, estamos pidiendo una transición a una economía de energía 100% renovable con cero emisiones netas para 2050, con el objetivo provisional de una reducción del 43% por debajo de los niveles [DATE REMOVED] en las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero para 2030, exactamente donde muchos de los principales científicos mundiales nos dicen que tenemos que irnos. Desde el primer día como senador, lucharé para volver a unirnos al Acuerdo Climático de París, hacer cumplir normas más estrictas sobre la contaminación por metano y otras emisiones nocivas, acelerar drásticamente el desarrollo de la energía eólica y solar, y revertir las políticas regresivas e imprudentes del presidente Trump y del senador Gardner. Necesitamos un enfoque audaz y basado en la ciencia para el cambio climático que incluya: Un plan de energía limpia que crea empleo para Estados Unidos. Apoyamos un esfuerzo ambicioso para llevar a los Estados Unidos a un futuro de energía limpia de cero emisiones netas antes [DATE REMOVED]. En el Senado, lucharé para: Realizar inversiones a gran escala en Investigación, Desarrollo y Demostración (RD&D por sus siglas en inglés) de tecnología climática financiada por el gobierno para acelerar la innovación. Eso incluye una inversión en la tecnología de captura, utilización y almacenamiento de carbono; mejoras continuas en el desarrollo de fuentes de energía renovables como la eólica y la solar y en tecnologías de almacenamiento de energía. Reinventar el sistema de transporte de los Estados Unidos, incluida la infraestructura de carga de vehículos eléctricos y hacer que la red eléctrica del país sea más inteligente, confiable, segura, eficiente y resistente. Apoyo el aumento de los estándares de ahorro de combustible con el objetivo de pasar a una flota de vehículos 100% eléctricos. También apoyamos la inversión para mejorar la eficiencia energética de los edificios en todo el país al centrarnos en revisar los estándares de construcción y brindar apoyo a los gobiernos locales y al sector privado para cumplir con los nuevos estándares. Desarrollar nuestra fuerza laboral con un enfoque en la capacitación de jóvenes y personas en transición de la industria de combustibles fósiles a empleos verdes. Deberíamos reunir a la comunidad empresarial, los sindicatos y las instituciones educativas para crear programas de aprendizaje y capacitación que creen vías para empleos y carreras estables y bien remuneradas. Crear un nuevo Climate Corps Program (Programa de Cuerpo de Clima), desafiando a los jóvenes a seguir carreras que ayuden a combatir el cambio climático global. Incluiría un nuevo conjunto de programas de condonación de préstamos y becas para alentar a una nueva generación de expertos en energía renovable, especialistas en captura de carbono, científicos de almacenamiento de energía y empresarios que pueden ayudar a abordar el cambio climático y hacer de Estados Unidos un líder mundial en la tecnología del clima. Implementar un plan de dividendos de carbono, que según los expertos es un componente crítico de los incentivos de mercado necesarios para reducir las emisiones de carbono de manera rápida y rentable, y al mismo tiempo promover el crecimiento económico de los Estados Unidos. Los ingresos generados por el precio del carbono se devolverían directamente a los contribuyentes estadounidenses como un dividendo, más que compensar cualquier aumento potencial en los costos de energía. Asegurar una equidad a medida que abordamos el cambio climático para que las comunidades vulnerables más afectadas por la mala calidad del aire, el agua contaminada, la contaminación tóxica, la sequía, el aumento del nivel del mar, los incendios forestales y las inundaciones puedan opinar en el desarrollo de estrategias climáticas equitativas. Un liderazgo global hacia objetivos de cambio climático aún más audaces. Este es un desafío global: los Estados Unidos representa el 15% de las emisiones mundiales de gases de efecto invernadero. La única forma de combatir el cambio climático es con una cooperación internacional inmediata y sostenida y con un liderazgo estadounidense ambicioso. Necesitamos ir más allá de los objetivos del Acuerdo Climático de París y crear nuevos vínculos entre los objetivos del cambio climático global y las políticas exteriores y comerciales de Estados Unidos. Debemos: Volver a unirnos al Acuerdo Climático de París y actualizar el acuerdo de manera que inspire y empodere a la comunidad mundial a tomar medidas decisivas. Necesitamos un compromiso para crear un financiamiento climático para los países en desarrollo. Eso es un compromiso clave en virtud del Acuerdo de París y un contraste directo con las políticas equivocadas de la Administración de Trump, que incumplió los compromisos estadounidenses con el principal brazo de movilización de financiamiento climático del mundo, el Fondo Verde para el Clima y otras iniciativas clave. Alcanzar los objetivos de París será de gran ayuda, pero debemos comprometernos con más. Incluso si todos los países cumplen con sus objetivos, eso no mantendrá el aumento de la temperatura global a la meta “muy por debajo [DATE REMOVED] grados Celsius” establecida en el Acuerdo de París. Ratificar la Enmienda de Kigali, que requiere que los países se congelen y luego eliminen los hidrofluorocarbonos peligrosos (HFCs). Exigir que los objetivos de emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero para combatir el cambio climático se establezcan y se apliquen como parte de cualquier nuevo acuerdo comercial de los Estados Unidos como parte de una nueva política de “comercio abierto y justo”. Para aprovechar todo el peso del liderazgo global de los Estados Unidos para enfrentar este desafío, también condicionaré cierta ayuda exterior y asistencia militar extranjera de los Estados Unidos a la cooperación con los esfuerzos de cambio climático por parte de los países receptores. El Récord de Colorado Como alcalde de Denver y gobernador de Colorado, reuní a las personas para lanzar proyectos de energía limpia y promulgar legislación pionera sobre el cambio climático. Como propietario de una pequeña empresa, sé que pedirme que decida entre buenos trabajos y un medio ambiente limpio es una elección falsa. Y, como geólogo capacitado, aportaré al Senado una comprensión práctica y basada en hechos de la ciencia de la Tierra, de la misma manera que logré lo siguiente: Desarrollé el Primer Reglamento de Emisiones de Metano de la Nación. Reuní a grupos industriales y ambientalistas para hacer Colorado el primer estado en limitar la contaminación por metano de los pozos de petróleo y gas. Se estimó que las reglas del “estándar de oro” de Colorado redujeron el equivalente a las emisiones [DATE REMOVED],000 automóviles y redujeron las fugas de metano en más de la mitad. Amplié el Tránsito en Denver. Como alcalde de Denver, reunimos a alcaldes suburbanos para crear el primer sistema de tren ligero de la región, la mayor expansión de este tipo en la historia moderna de Estados Unidos. Al final, los 34 alcaldes apoyaron unánimemente la construcción [DATE REMOVED] millas de nuevos carriles en todo el estado. Comprometí a Colorado con el Acuerdo Climático de París. Después de que el presidente Trump se retiró del Acuerdo Climático de París, me comprometí al mismo con Colorado, emitiendo una orden ejecutiva para reducir las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero en al menos un 26%, maximizar el uso de energía renovable y aumentar el uso de vehículos eléctricos. Contra-ataqué el retroceso de los estándares de emisiones de Trump e Hice de Colorado un Líder de Vehículos Eléctricos. En 2018, emití una orden ejecutiva para adoptar estándares de vehículos con bajas emisiones en respuesta a la decisión de la Administración Trump de reducir los estándares más estrictos de eficiencia de combustible y emisiones de vehículos. También lancé un Plan de Vehículos Eléctricos y lideré un pacto de los estados occidentales para expandir e invertir en infraestructura de vehículos eléctricos. Convertí la Protección de las Tierras Públicas en una Prioridad y Crecí la Economía de Recreación al aire libre de Colorado. Me opuse a privatizar las tierras públicas, ayudé a hacer crecer la economía de recreación al aire libre de Colorado que respalda 229,000 empleos y genera miles de millones en actividades económicas al crear una Oficina de la Industria de Recreación al Aire Libre. Me puse del lado de las partes interesadas ​​locales en contra de permitir la perforación de petróleo y gas en casi 200,000 acres cerca de la Divisoria Thompson. Supervisé el Cierre de Dos centrales Eléctricas de Carbón y el Traslado hacia la Energía Renovable. Durante nuestra administración, la Comisión de Servicios Públicos de Colorado aprobó el Plan de Energía de Colorado de Xcel Energy para cerrar dos de sus centrales eléctricas de carbón y reemplazar su capacidad con energía renovable y almacenamiento de baterías. Firmé para que las Normas de Referencia Estándar para la Energía Renovable Rural se Convirtieran en Ley. Firmé una legislación que duplica los requisitos de energía renovable para las cooperativas eléctricas rurales. Puse en Marcha la Plantación de un Millón de Árboles Nuevos en Denver y sus Alrededores. Lancé una iniciativa regional sin precedentes para plantar un millón de árboles en toda la región de Denver durante 20 años.●  Firmé los Protocolos de Kyoto. Mientras era alcalde, Denver firmó los Protocolos de Kyoto en 2005 para reducir el calentamiento global. 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ENDORSEMENT: El Semanario’s Advisory Board Urges Support for John Hickenlooper to Protect DACA Recipients - John Hickenlooper for U.S. SenateSkip to main content Enable accessibility for visually impaired Open the accessibility menu Skip to content CHIP IN $10 TO SUPPORT JOHN HICKENLOOPER >> CHIP IN $10 TO SUPPORT JOHN HICKENLOOPER >> Home Meet John Español Facebook-f Twitter Instagram Spotify Donate Now Donate Now OCTOBER 9, 2020 ENDORSEMENT: El Semanario’s Advisory Board Urges Support for John Hickenlooper to Protect DACA Recipients El Semanario, a bilingual publication serving Colorado’s Latinx community for over [DATE REMOVED], announced their endorsement of John Hickenlooper for U.S. Senate because they know he will work tirelessly to protect DACA recipients — just like he did when he was governor. They called out Senator Cory Gardner for aiding and abetting President Trump’s crusade to terminate the DACA program, which would disrupt the lives of 15,000 DACA recipients that call Colorado home.  The El Semanario Advisory Board wrote:   The vote for U.S. Senator from Colorado and for U.S. President will be upon us [DATE REMOVED], whether by mail-in ballot or in-person voting.  The Advisory Committee for The Weekly Issue/El Semanario strongly urge you to protect the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program, which has been under strident attack by President Trump since his 2016 campaign and throughout his presidency, aided and abetted by his Senator, Cory Gardner. … Now consider DACA recipients in Donald Trump’s and Cory Gardner’s América. Do DACA children at age 6, and young people when they receive DACA certification, have legal recourse to the “Equal Protection” clause of the 14th Amendment, which protects citizens, of course, but also “persons,” citizens or not?  The answer is, in Barack Obama’s América, they did.  But in Trump’s and Gardner’s América, they do not, since both politicians, and their Republican cohorts, have done all they could to do away with DACA and other such protections. … Our concern is that Trump’s and Gardner’s crusade to eliminate DACA will return, probably in time to generate renewed enthusiasm for Trump’s and Gardner’s flagging reelection campaigns, in a follow-up Executive Order. The New York Times on [DATE REMOVED], in “Trump Says Administration Will Try Again to End ‘Dreamers’ Program,” … For the above reasons and more, we urge our readers to support DACA once more, and continuing. Vice President Joe Biden and former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper have tirelessly supported these young people before and will continue to do so. Get Out the Vote! Joe Biden for President Joe Biden and John Hickenlooper for U.S. Senate. Read more in El Semanario. Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email Share on print Join Us Email Address Zip Code Phone Number By providing your cell phone number you consent to receive 10 or more recurring updates or donation asks each month from Hickenlooper for Colorado by automated text message. Txt HELP for help, STOP to end. Msg&Data rates may apply. Privacy Policy. Terms of Service. Home Privacy Policy Terms Accessibility Volunteer Donate PAID FOR BY HICKENLOOPER FOR COLORADO PO Box 18886, Denver, CO 80218 hello@hickenlooper.com Facebook-f Twitter Instagram Flickr Spotify Youtube
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NEW AD: Cory Gardner’s Climate Charade - John Hickenlooper for U.S. SenateSkip to main content Enable accessibility for visually impaired Open the accessibility menu Skip to content CHIP IN $10 TO SUPPORT JOHN HICKENLOOPER >> CHIP IN $10 TO SUPPORT JOHN HICKENLOOPER >> Home Meet John Español Facebook-f Twitter Instagram Spotify Donate Now Donate Now OCTOBER 16, 2020 NEW AD: Cory Gardner’s Climate Charade Today Hickenlooper for Colorado released a new TV ad, “Says/Does,” highlighting Senator Cory Gardner’s bald-faced attempts to tell Coloradans he cares about the environment while stonewalling efforts to combat climate change and gutting protections for clean air and water.  The ad follows Gardner’s election-year attempts to deceive voters about his toxic environmental record, including using a sham environmentalist group no actual environmental advocates had heard of in a campaign ad. Gardner has a lifetime environmental voting record of just 11% from the League of Conservation Voters, which named him to their “Dirty Dozen” list of the most anti-environmental candidates. Transcript: HICKENLOOPER: I’m John Hickenlooper and I approve this message. NARRATOR: Don’t be fooled by what Cory Gardner says about the environment.  What Cory Gardner does got him named one of the Dirty Dozen — one of the very worst pollution records in Congress. His votes put a coal lobbyist in charge of the EPA. Gutted protections for our air and water. He stonewalled major efforts to combat climate change. And right now Cory Gardner is blocking a bipartisan effort to protect public lands, like the Thompson Divide, from drilling. Don’t get conned by Cory. Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email Share on print Join Us Email Address Zip Code Phone Number By providing your cell phone number you consent to receive 10 or more recurring updates or donation asks each month from Hickenlooper for Colorado by automated text message. Txt HELP for help, STOP to end. Msg&Data rates may apply. Privacy Policy. Terms of Service. Home Privacy Policy Terms Accessibility Volunteer Donate PAID FOR BY HICKENLOOPER FOR COLORADO PO Box 18886, Denver, CO 80218 hello@hickenlooper.com Facebook-f Twitter Instagram Flickr Spotify Youtube
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Outdoors - John Hickenlooper for U.S. SenateSkip to main content Enable accessibility for visually impaired Open the accessibility menu Skip to content CHIP IN $10 TO SUPPORT JOHN HICKENLOOPER >> CHIP IN $10 TO SUPPORT JOHN HICKENLOOPER >> Home Meet John Español Facebook-f Twitter Instagram Spotify Donate Now Donate Now Outdoors Coloradans have an ongoing love affair with the outdoors — and for good reason! With millions of acres of public lands on which to hike and bike, hunt and fish, paddle, ski, and climb, residents and visitors alike have almost endless opportunities to get outside and enjoy the good life that Colorado has to offer.  Recent projections predict that our 2019 ski season will end with 13.8 million skier days, and there are over a million hunters and anglers in our state. Colorado’s mountains, prairies, rivers, and lakes are important economic drivers for our booming outdoor recreation industry. When I was Governor, we created the Colorado Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan, which found that the outdoor industry generates 511,000 jobs and contributes $62.5 billion to Colorado’s economy. It also generates $21.4 billion in wages and salaries, and $9.4 billion in local, state, and federal tax revenue. But the outdoors are not simply about the economy. They are the lasting symbol of Colorado’s pioneering heritage and represent our ability and obligation to leave the world better off than we found it. Our lands are being affected by climate change, drought, habitat fragmentation, invasive species, and human development. Fish and wildlife habitats are being lost or degraded. Snowpack and the runoff of freshwater are expected to decline as a result of climate change. Increasing public recreation pressures are squeezing federal, state, and local budgets. And we too often sacrifice discipline and responsibility in our energy development on public lands. We are at a unique and urgent moment in time for protecting these lands and waters, as our actions in the next decade will influence the trajectory of nature and people for decades to come. Consequently, we need to prioritize conservation now so that we can maintain our outdoor heritage and pass it along to future generations of Coloradans. Here is my plan to protect our great outdoors: My Plan for Enhancing America’s Outdoor Recreational Experiences Oppose the Selling Off of Federal Lands — Federal lands are places where we can enjoy the outdoors through a wide variety of activities, such as hiking, camping, hunting, fishing, boating, rafting, climbing, kayaking, biking, and skiing. The Trump Administration continues to diminish the federal lands estate, shrinking national monuments and repealing sensible protections for fish and wildlife habitats in National Forests and Bureau of Land Management lands. When I’m a U.S. Senator, I will fight any efforts to diminish the scope and quality of our land, water, and outdoor resources. I will convene local, state, and tribal leaders to engage with federal agencies in the decision-making processes that impact public lands. Address the Maintenance Backlog of the National Parks — Due to the lack of adequate investment by Congress, the maintenance backlog for the National Parks now stands at nearly $12 billion. This inaction on improving the safety and cleanliness of our parks is unfair to all of the Americans who visit our National Parks each year. Eliminating the backlog as soon as possible should be one of the Senate’s foremost priorities so that Coloradans can thoroughly enjoy their visits to our magnificent national parks and national monuments. Fully Fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) — This fund, established in 1964 and authorized at $900 million annually, has been fully funded only twice. The LWCF has broad support among environmentalists, conservationists, and outdoor sports and recreation communities. As Senator, I will push to fully fund the LWCF every year, and pledge to go even a step further: I will work with my colleagues in Congress to pass legislation that makes its funding automatic and not subject to the political gamesmanship and partisan bickering that we’ve seen under Senator Gardner and Senator McConnell. Expand Public Access to Federal Lands — Members of the public often don’t have sufficient access to federal lands. That is why I support dedicating 3% of the Land and Water Conservation Fund to be used each year to expand public access to federal lands and make exploring our great outdoor spaces even more fun and accessible. When I was Governor, we developed a “Colorado the Beautiful” plan to bring people closer than ever to the outdoors by mapping over 39,000 miles of trails across the state and placing them in a mobile app for easy exploring. In the Senate, I’ll make sure that federal agencies are working with local agencies and the outdoor sports and recreation industry to invest in innovative projects that increase access to and equity in the outdoors. By breaking down the barriers that prevent entry to the outdoors for communities of color and for low-income Coloradans, we can all share the amazing benefits of time spent exploring the landscapes that make our state unique. My Plan for Promoting Colorado’s Outdoor Industry Colorado is fortunate to be the home of numerous outdoor industries, the Outdoor Industry Association, and the annual Outdoor Retailer convention. These industries support the outdoor lifestyles of Coloradans and generate jobs and economic activity throughout our state. As Senator, I’ll push for the United States to bolster and diversify our rural economies by growing our outdoor sports and recreation industry. Equally important, numerous studies emphasize that increasing physical activity for our citizens would be one of the most effective investments we could make to reduce health-care costs. Pass the Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy (CORE) Act — The CORE Act was created by a broad cross-section of Coloradans and has the support of bipartisan elected officials from across the state, as well as business leaders, hunters, anglers, environmentalists, veterans, ranchers, conservationists, cyclists, hikers, and many others. Yet Senator Gardner has so far refused their pleas to support this much-needed bill. Despite the threat of a White House veto, I will stand strong with Senator Michael Bennet and Representative Joe Neguse to pass the CORE Act, which will preserve over 400,000 acres of public land, establish new wilderness areas, and honor our World War II veterans by protecting Camp Hale and designating it as a National Historic Landscape. End the Trade War — The current trade war is hurting Colorado’s outdoor businesses, as well as farmers and ranchers who depend on exports to sell their products. American consumers, businesses, and farmers are being caught in the crosshairs. This must end. The so-called 301 tariffs on outdoor products are not just raising the cost of goods made overseas; they also impact the parts of final products made domestically. In fact, they harm outdoor businesses that produce “Made in the USA” goods, potentially shifting their production overseas. I agree with Senator Jon Tester’s position that Congress should be empowered to weigh in on trade matters regardless of which party the president belongs to, so that we can ensure we are standing up for Colorado interests. Establish a National Recreation Office — Outdoor recreation has been shown to provide many economic benefits, as well as to boost mental and physical health. The United States should be doing all it can to educate and empower people to take advantage of the opportunities we have in this country. As part of my commitment to outdoor recreation, I established Colorado’s Outdoor Recreation Industry Office in 2015. Fifteen states across the country have taken a similar step. As U.S. Senator, I will work to establish a federal Office of Outdoor Recreation, to be run jointly by the Departments of Commerce, Agriculture, and the Interior, as well as the White House Council on Environmental Quality, in order to promote outdoor recreation on federal lands, establish conservation and trade policies that grow the American outdoor industry, and provide matching funds to states that are inclined to establish their own outdoor recreation offices. My Plan for Addressing Today’s Most Pressing Conservation Challenges Protect Colorado’s Rare and Endangered Species — Coloradans are fortunate to have the opportunity to enjoy the abundant wildlife that lives in and migrates through our state. But today, many species in Colorado are in trouble. I support the work of the Blue Ribbon Panel on Sustaining America’s Fish and Wildlife Resources, which recommends that Congress provide additional funding to states to conserve habitats for non-game species. As a result of the panel’s excellent work, the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act has been introduced into Congress. With efforts like this, states like Colorado can gain the resources necessary to start to make the investments needed to conserve their non-game species. Secure Funding for National Fish Habitat Plans — Many Coloradans enjoy fishing our state’s magnificent lakes, rivers and streams every year. In addition to enriching our quality of life, this activity generates millions of dollars in revenue each year, creating jobs in Colorado and across the country. Yet we do not always take sufficient care of our fisheries, which jeopardizes recreational angling and the jobs that come with them. The National Fish Habitat Action Plan was established  in 2006 from the National Fish Habitat Partnership to begin to address this problem. Since then, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has provided $19 million to support hundreds of on-the-ground projects. But much more needs to be done. I will support the bipartisan National Fish Habitat Conservation Through Partnerships Act and make federal funding available to keep our fishing traditions alive. Support Efforts to Improve the Climate Resilience of America’s Landscape — Maintaining the capacity of Colorado’s lands to provide for robust and diverse populations of fish and wildlife in the face of climate change and other threats will require investments to conserve and enhance millions of acres. We must support the conservation of large, unbroken blocks of high-quality habitat across vast landscapes. I will help to lead the fight in Congress to fund state-level climate change resilience-related landscape-scale conservation efforts. Moreover, because of the importance of local input to make progress on this issue, I will work to ensure that our federal and local agencies are coordinating on the implementation of these smart investments. Support State and Federal Efforts to Map and Conserve Wildlife Corridors — Wildlife corridors support healthy populations of migrating wildlife, both now and in the future — even as climate change shifts their habitats. But conserving migration corridors will require resources. I intend to make those resources available by increasing funding for the Agricultural Conservation Easement and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Conservation Easement Programs. In addition, I will work with my colleagues in the Senate to pass federal highway legislation that makes a meaningful investment in these projects. Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email Share on print Join Us Email Address Zip Code Phone Number By providing your cell phone number you consent to receive 10 or more recurring updates or donation asks each month from Hickenlooper for Colorado by automated text message. Txt HELP for help, STOP to end. Msg&Data rates may apply. Privacy Policy. Terms of Service. Home Privacy Policy Terms Accessibility Volunteer Donate PAID FOR BY HICKENLOOPER FOR COLORADO PO Box 18886, Denver, CO 80218 hello@hickenlooper.com Facebook-f Twitter Instagram Flickr Spotify Youtube
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