In The News

June 2022
Carlsbad Current-Argus: Biden boosts solar energy through executive action as industry grows in New Mexico
Albuquerque Journal: Heinrich looks for common ground
KSFR: Help Coming For Veterans Suffering From Toxin Related Health Issues
Albuquerque Journal: Biden announces tariff reprieve for solar industry
Las Cruces Sun News: New Mexico's weather monitoring system is expanding. Here's what this means for the state.
Las Cruces Sun News: DNA results in under 90 minutes. Here's how DASO thinks new tech will lead to more arrests
KUNM: Heinrich Secures $15 Million for Wildfire Response
Albuquerque Journal: Cibola National Forest Air Tanker Base to get $15M upgrade
May 2022
New Mexico Inno: BlueHalo lands $1.4B contract which is expected to lead to Albuquerque jobs
Taos News: Bringing the bison back to Picuris Pueblo
KUNM: A planned burn gone wrong sharpens a forestry dilemma
KOB: Program focused on breaking incarceration cycle receives $1M in federal funds
New Mexico Political Report: Advocates, elected officials and the public respond with rallies and outrage over Supreme Court draft decision on abortion rights
Santa Fe New Mexican: At New Mexico rallies, people call potential end of Roe v. Wade ‘tragic’
Albuquerque Journal: Abortion draft decision prompts NM rallies
New Mexico Political Report: Weather station network intended to provide some security for farmers, ranchers
April 2022
Carlsbad Current-Argus:  City of Carlsbad receives $2M in federal funds for Double Eagle Water System work
Taos News: Heinrich visits Taos to discuss domestic violence, sustainable housing
Santa Fe New Mexican: Veterans urge Sen. Luján to help keep Las Vegas, N.M., medical clinic open
El Defensor Chieftain: VLA looks to become STEM learning center
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