Boosting Innovation Through Technology Transfer
Senator Heinrich highlights the Microlab Technology Commercialization Act, a bill he introduced to accelerate technology transfer by establishing off-campus microlabs that would serve as the "front-door" to national laboratories.
- VIDEO: Heinrich, Udall Northern N.M. Wilderness Bill Gains Momentum In Committee Hearing (05/22/15)
WASHINGTON, D.C. - A bill introduced by U.S. Senators Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) and Tom Udall (D-N.M.) to establish two wilderness areas, the…
- Heinrich: America COMPETES Act Puts U.S. On Path To Double Basic Energy Research (05/21/15)
U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.), a member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, is an original cosponsor of le…
- NM Congressional Delegation Introduces Bill to Expand Research on Rare Genetic Disease Affecting Hispanics (05/21/15)
Today, U.S. Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich and U.S. Representatives Ben Ray Luján, Steve Pearce and Michelle Lujan Grisham an…
- Las Cruces Sun-News: U.S. Sens Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich: Anniversary of monument designation a reason to celebrate (05/21/15)
The local coalition recently is hosting a series of anniversary events this week in Las Cruces; and if you didn't already get the chance…
U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich, a member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, spoke on the Senate floor calling on Congress to end the National Security Agency (NSA) bulk collection program.
Big Game Cookout To Celebrate Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument in Mesilla, May 16, 2015
U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich joins residents, small business owners, sportsmen, and many others at a cookout at the Mesilla Valley Bosque State Park to mark the year anniversary of the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument. Businesses in the area have touted how the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument has benefited the local economy. Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks was designated a national monument on May 21, 2014. Establishing the national monument is the culmination of a decade of involvement from the local community.
At 9:30 a.m., following any Leader remarks, the Senate will resume consideration of H.R. 1314. All time during adjournment will count post cloture. Upon the use or yielding back of the post-cloture time, the Senate will vote in relation to any remaining pending amendments and on the Hatch substitute. If all time is used, the post-cloture debate on the Hatch substitute would expire at approximately 5:00 p.m.
Upon disposition of the Hatch substitute, there would be a cloture vote on the underlying bill. If cloture is invoked on the underlying bill, there would be an additional 30 hours of post-cloture debate time, but no further amendments would be in order prior to a vote on passage of H.R. 1314, as amended, if amended.