• Honoring the Code Talkers, November 20, 2013 »

    On Capitol Hill, the soldiers who served as “Code Talkers” during World War II were honored with the Congressional Gold Medal for their duty at conveying confidential information through their native languages. The Pueblo of Acoma and Pueblo of Laguna were two of the 33 tribes to be recognized with the award. The tradition of answering the call of duty runs deep in New Mexico's history.

    • Veterans Day in Gallup, November 11, 2013 »

      U.S. Senator Heinrich commemorates Veterans Day with the community in Gallup, New Mexico. Rand McNally recently named Gallup the most patriotic small town in the country in its Best of the Road contest.

      • New Mexico Collaborative Research and Development Inaugural Summit, November 8, 2013 »

        U.S. Senator Heinrich participates in the New Mexico Collaborative Research and Development Inaugural Summit at the University of New Mexico. The summit will work to strengthen and increase collaboration between New Mexico's research universities, national labs, and military installations.

        • Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, November 8, 2013 »

          U.S. Senator Heinrich delivers the keynote address at the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce's Congressional Delegation Luncheon.

          • Albuquerque, October 24, 2013 »

            U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich meets with constituents in Albuquerque to discuss strengthening New Mexico's middle class.

            • Tour of Cimarron Solar Facility, August 30, 2013 »

              U.S. Senator Heinrich's visit to the Cimarron Solar Facility allowed him to meet with staff and engineers to discuss New Mexico’s solar renewable energy resources. The facility’s current solar project is located on 250 acres between Cimarron and Springer, and provides energy to almost 9,000 local homes.

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