Photos

  • Healing Fields Memorial Gardens in Farmington, May 29, 2017 »

    U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich visits the Healing Fields flag display at the Farmington Girls and Boys Club hosted by Blue Star Mothers, local veterans, and members of the San Juan Rotary Club to honor those who have served and those we have lost and views flag flying in honor of Senator Heinrich Father’s service in the Navy. May 29, 2017.
    • Blue Heron Brewery, May 27, 2017 »

      U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich hosts a roundtable discussion at Blue Heron Brewing Company’s taproom in Española with representatives of New Mexico Brewers Guild, Taos Mesa brewery, Tractor brewery and the Vine and Wine Society to hear first-hand about the economic impact of New Mexico's booming local beer and wine industries, how to help small businesses thrive, and spur job creation in the state. Senator Heinrich is a cosponsor of the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act which seeks to lower federal excise taxes on small operation brewing. May 27, 2017.
      • Manhattan Project National Historical Park Friends Group Announcement, May 27, 2017 »

        U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich announces the creation of a new Friends Group of the Manhattan Project National Historical Park in Los Alamos and highlights how national parks impact the local economy and help support small businesses. Through his work on the Energy and Natural Resources Committee, Senator Heinrich helped pass legislation to establish the Manhattan Project National Historical Park in 2015. May 27, 2017.
        • Coffee with American Legion 90 and the USS Los Alamos Committee, May 27, 2017 »

          U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich meets with service members in Los Alamos, the American Legion Post 90, VFW Post 8874 and USS Los Alamos Committee to connect with veterans and hear about their experiences accessing services. May 27, 2017.
          • KRSN 1490 AM/107.1 FM Los Alamos, May 27, 2017 »

            U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich talks with David and Gillian Sutton of KRSN Radio in Los Alamos. The station has been serving the Pajarito Plateau since 1948. May 27, 2017.
            • STOP Act Reintroduction With Santa Fe Indian School Leadership Institute’s Summer Policy Academy Students, June 21, 2017. »

              To announce the reintroduction of the Safeguard Tribal Objects of Patrimony (STOP) Act, U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) hosts a meeting with students from the Santa Fe Indian School Leadership Institute’s Summer Policy Academy (SPA) in his office in Washington, D.C. The bipartisan STOP Act prohibits the exporting of sacred Native American items and increase penalties for stealing and illegally trafficking tribal cultural patrimony. The students shared a position paper and personal stories on the importance of the STOP Act, articulating their generation's concern about fulfilling their sacred trust as generations before them have. The Santa Fe Indian School Leadership Institute’s Summer Policy Academy is designed for New Mexico high school juniors and rising seniors and convenes students for intensive sessions that focus on leadership, public policy, and community issues. The STOP Act has been endorsed by tribes across Indian Country, including the Hopi Tribe, the Navajo Nation, the Pueblos of Acoma, Santa Ana, Isleta, Zuni, Laguna, Nambé, Jemez, and Ohkay Owingeh as well as the All Pueblo Council of Governors, the National Congress of American Indians, and the United South and Eastern Tribes Sovereignty Protection Fund.
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