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  • Heinrich Hosts Job Fair To Help Put New Mexicans Back To Work »

    March 8, 2010 - As part of his long term effort to put New Mexicans back to work, Representative Martin Heinrich hosted a job fair in Albuquerque with over 30 employers and attended by nearly 800 job seekers. The event provided an opportunity for unemployed and underemployed individuals to meet face-to-face with local employers who are actively hiring. “I will not rest until we rebuild our economy in a way that puts New Mexicans back to work,” said Rep. Heinrich. “By focusing on job creation, small businesses, energy independence, and middle-class tax relief, we can re-energize our economy and make it work for everyone.”
    • Heinrich Visits Los Poblanos Inn & Cultural Center in Los Ranchos de Albuquerque »

      On October 19, 2009, U.S. Representative Martin Heinrich visited the historic Los Poblanos Inn & Cultural Center in Los Ranchos de Albuquerque. With a small business loan from Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union, Los Poblanos will undergo a $6.1 million, 16,000 square foot expansion beginning in November 2009. Representative Heinrich is a co-sponsor of H.B. 3380, the Promoting Lending to America’s Small Business Act, which would raise the limits on business loans to credit union members.
      • "Congress in Your Kitchen" »

        October 5, 2009 - U.S. Representative Martin Heinrich spoke with New Mexico’s National Guard at Lt. Col. Steve Garcia’s home about their benefits, health care, and their service.
        • Remembering September 11 »

          From the victims who died, to the first responders who gave their lives to help, to the millions who were driven to lend a hand in some way or another, that day our country came together in unity and compassion for one another. September 11, 2009 - U.S. Representative Martin Heinrich of New Mexico’s First District released the following statement on the eighth anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks. “On this solemn day, we unite as Americans to mourn and pay tribute to the men, women, and children who lost their lives on September 11, 2001. Eight years ago, we came together to comfort one another, to serve, to save, and to stand in unity as a nation. “Let us not forget what united our country. It was not fear or hatred. It was the common thread of hope and faith in one another, as fellow Americans. Today, we renew that spirit of service and unity by recognizing September 11 as the National Day of Service and Remembrance. I encourage all Americans to take time out of their day for service to their community and to remember the fallen.”
          • Heinrich Hosts Health Care Town Hall »

            August 22, 2009 - Representative Martin Heinrich held another town hall meeting on the critical issue of health care reform with constituents in the First Congressional District. The event brought together New Mexicans from across the district to ask questions as Representative Heinrich works to address the health care crisis in our country.
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