• AmeriCorps Paseo del Bosque Service Project, April 15, 2017 »

    U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich joins New Mexico AmeriCorps members for a service project in the Albuquerque Bosque. Senator Heinrich is a staunch supporter of national service programs. He is the first AmeriCorps alum to serve in the United States Senate and a member of the National Service Congressional Caucus.
    • Heinrich Highlights Border Economy in Southern New Mexico »

      U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich meets with business leaders of the Border Industrial Association and tours CN Wire Corp in Santa Teresa and speaks at the groundbreaking of the new $85.6 million expansion of the Columbus Port of Entry in Luna County. Senator Heinrich has been a champion of growing the export-driven economy in southern New Mexico, April 17, 2017.
      • United States Senate Youth Program New Mexico Delegates, March 8, 2017 »

        • Affordable Care Act Roundtable Discussion, February 20, 2017 »

          U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich hosts a roundtable discussion at Project Echo in Albuquerque to hear from New Mexicans about how they are impacted by the Affordable Care Act. This discussion is part of Senator Heinrich’s ongoing effort to listen to constituents’ concerns and ensure that quality and affordable health care remains within reach for all New Mexicans. In January, Senator Heinrich launched an online portal to collect stories from New Mexicans about the critical importance of having access to quality, affordable health care.
          • Pimentel & Sons Tour, February 18, 2017 »

            U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich tours Pimentel & Sons, a successful family-owned small business in Albuquerque with Small Business Administration District Director John Garcia. Pimentel & Sons makes handcrafted instruments that are sought after by guitar players and collectors around the world.
            • Taos Rally For Public Lands, February 21, 2017 »

              Senator Martin Heinrich will joins a diverse coalition of community members, including Tribal leaders from the Taos Pueblo, and local small businesses to celebrate and stand up for the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument and all of New Mexico's public lands.
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