In The News

January 2019
KRQE: U.S. Senators' bill would benefit Native American entrepreneurs
Ruidoso News: New Mexico senators back bill on missing and murdered indigenous women
KRQE: Sen. Heinrich looks to turn Bandelier into National Park
Albuquerque Journal: Study: Bisecting Southwest Chief rail service a costly plan
NM Political Report: Shutdown is over, but federal workers remain uncertain
KOAT: Volunteers clean up a mess left behind after the government reopens
Los Alamos Daily Post: Heinrich Votes To End Government Shutdown
KRWG: Democrats Introduce Bill to Protect Federal and Tribal Programs from Future Budget Uncertainty
KRWG: Resource Guide To Help New Mexicans Impacted By Trump Shutdown
Los Alamos Monitor: Senator wants Bandelier designated national park
Albuquerque Journal: Heinrich: Act on energy, education
The Hill: Senate Dems introduce bill to keep DACA info private
Albuquerque Journal: President’s shutdown hurting NM
KRQE: U.S. Sen. Heinrich co-sponsors bill to protect federal employees' homes
December 2018
Gallup Sun: Heinrich discusses reauthorization of Violence Against Women Act
KOB: New Mexico leadership concerned about a government shutdown
October 2018
Santa Fe New Mexican: Resources coming to fight opioid epidemic
Green Fire Times: Senate Farm Bill Promotes Sustainable Agriculture
The Hill: Dem senator calls for ban on Saudi Arabian oil imports
Salon: Sen. Martin Heinrich tells Salon Trump's tax cuts may help companies offshore jobs
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