Lauren Boebert Bio, Age, Education, Husband, Kids, Congresswoman, Net Worth

Lauren Boebert

Lauren Boebert Biography

Lauren Boebert is an American politician, businesswoman, and gun rights activist. She serves as the U.S. representative for Colorado’s 3rd congressional district. From 2013 to 2022, she owned Shooters Grill, a restaurant in Rifle, Colorado, where staff members were encouraged to openly carry firearms.

Lauren Boebert Age

Lauren Opal Roberts was born on 19th December, 1986, Altamonte Springs, Florida, U.S.

Lauren Boebert Height

Lauren stand at a height of 5 feet and 7 inches.

Lauren Boebert Education

Boebert dropped out of high school during her senior year in 2004 when she had a baby. She earned a GED certificate in 2020, a month before her first election primar

Lauren Boebert Nationality

Lauren is an American Nationality.

Lauren Boebert Parents

Lauren Boebert was born to Shawn Bentz (Mother). She has not disclosed Information about her father.

Lauren Boebert Siblings

Lauren has not revealed details about her siblings.

Lauren Boebert Husband

Boebert is married to her husband Boebert, Previously Boebert and her husband opened Shooter’s Grill, he worked in oil and gas fields. He started Boebert Consulting in 2012, receiving US$460,000 in 2019 and US$478,000 in 2020 as a consultant for Terra Energy, a large producer of natural gas in Colorado.

Lauren Boebert Children

Lauren and her husband Boebert have four sons.

Lauren Boebert Congresswoman

Lauren Boebert is serving her first term as the Representative for Colorado’s Third Congressional District. She is on the Natural Resources and Budget Committees, she is co-chair of the Congressional Second Amendment Caucus, and after only a few months she was elected to the Executive Board as the Communications Chair of the House Freedom Caucus and was also appointed to serve on the Future of American Freedoms Task Force. Boebert also serves as the Vice Chairman of the Congressional Western Caucus.

Boebert took a job as an assistant manager at a McDonald’s in Rifle. After marrying in 2007 she got a job filing for a natural gas drilling company and then became a pipeliner, a member of a team that builds and maintains pipelines and pumping stations.

Lauren and her husband opened Shooters Grill in Rifle in 2013, west of Glenwood Springs. Lauren says she got a concealed carry permit after a man was “beaten to death by another man’s hands … outside of [her] restaurant”, and began encouraging the restaurant’s servers to carry guns openly.

Boebert made national headlines when she confronted Beto O’Rourke in September 2019, a candidate in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary, at an Aurora town hall meeting over his proposal for a buy-back program and a ban on assault-style rifles like AR-15s.

Lauren supports eliminating the U.S. Department of Education. She has named eliminating critical race theory from schools as one of her top legislative priorities, even though it is not taught in schools. During a press conference, she asserted that it was a lie, that it was racist, and that it would lead to children hating each other.

Boebert is a strong advocate for gun rights. During her primary campaign, she voiced opposition to Colorado’s recently enacted red flag law. On 1st January, 2021, in a letter co-signed by more than 80 Republicans, Boebert asked Speaker Pelosi and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy to uphold the 1967 law exempting members of Congress from a Capitol Hill ban on firearms, which allowed them to keep arms in their offices.

Lauren pledged that she would not support any federal budget that resulted in additional debt and that she would support a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution. She opposes any tax increases. While expressing support for more defense expenditure, Boebert was one of 75 House Republicans to vote against the National Defense Authorization Act of 2022, saying the bill had a “woke agenda”.

Boebert has supported the energy industry. During her campaign, she said she supported “all-of-the-above energy, but the markets decide … not the government.” She declared support for uranium extraction and the generation of nuclear power, touting it as the “cleanest form of energy”. In February 2021, Boebert proposed a bill to ban executive moratoriums on oil and gas leases and permits on some federal lands.

Lauren was one of 14 House Republicans, most of them members of the Freedom Caucus, to vote against a measure condemning the Myanmar coup d’état that passed overwhelmingly. She cited concern about a passage that urged social media platforms to prevent disinformation and violence, which she said was tantamount to making Big Tech the “arbiter of truth”.

Boebert was one of 49 House Republicans to vote to repeal the authorization of military force against Iraq. She also voted against the bipartisan ALLIES Act, which would increase by 8,000 the number of special immigrant visas for Afghan allies of the U.S. military during its invasion of Afghanistan while also reducing some application requirements that caused long application backlogs; the bill passed the House, 407–16.

Lauren argued for the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, and advocated against the introduction of a single-payer healthcare system, saying it would harm small businesses like hers because of the prohibitive cost.

Boebert believes that attempts at decarbonization should be made via forest management. Lauren has introduced a forest management bill, the Active Forest Management, Wildfire Prevention and Community Protection Act, which would attempt to prevent wildfires through several mitigation measures, such as removing trees killed by bark beetles.

Lauren introduced a bill in June 2022 that would classify the opioid fentanyl as a weapon of mass destruction. A Congressional Research Service report released in March stated that “formally designating fentanyl as a weapon of mass destruction may not be necessary for additional executive branch action” but that Congress could consider legislation to “address ‘perceived shortcomings’.

Lauren opposes the Equality Act, saying it promotes “supremacy of gays” and says transgender women take scholarships and sports opportunities away from cisgender women. Lauren opposes same-sex marriage, writing on her campaign website that she is against “efforts to redefine marriage as anything other than the union of one man and one woman”

Lauren promotes the ideals of Christian nationalism and strongly opposes the separation of church and state, saying that the Church should guide the government’s decision-making. In June 2022, she told a church audience, “The church is supposed to direct the government. The government is not supposed to direct the church.

Lauren Boebert Salary

Boebert earns an annual estimated salary of USD 250,000.

Lauren Boebert Net Worth

Boebert net worth is estimated to be USD 50 million.

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