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  • Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce, July 19, 2014 »

    U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) toured the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce to discuss job training. The chamber's economic opportunity center provides free computer, tech, and interview trainings for teenagers, adults, and seniors.

    • Haley Farms, July 18, 2014 »

      U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) toured Haley Farms, a family-owned small business, in Roswell to discuss how renewable energy programs can help New Mexico's agriculture industry. The facility uses a solar photovoltaic system to operate a 260-acre pecan farm. The solar array includes 1,518 solar panels on a 2.75-acre area.

      • International Law Enforcement Academy, July 18, 2014 »

        U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) tours the International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) in Roswell for a briefing of the academy's program, ILEAs are an international network of police academies that train foreign law enforcement participants on the latest techniques in criminal justice practices.

        • Henry's Barbecue, July 11, 2014 »

          U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich eats lunch at Henry's Barbecue in Artesia.
          • Roswell Job Corps, July 18, 2014 »

            U.S. Senator Heinrich (D-N.M.) meets students from Roswell's Job Corps center to discuss expanding employment opportunities for young adults in the region. Job Corps is a no-cost education, career, technical training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor. Senator Heinrich is a member of the National Service Congressional Caucus and the only sitting senator to have served in AmeriCorps.

            • Southwestern Native Aquatic Resources & Recovery Center, July 18, 2014 »

              U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) toured the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Southwestern Native Aquatic Resources and Recovery Center in Dexter, New Mexico. The facility provides research and expertise on more than 20 different species for fish facilities in New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, and Oklahoma. The center has addressed regional priorities related to threatened and endangered species for almost 50 years.

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