Press Releases

October 2020
NM Delegation Applauds $1.6 Million in USDA Grants for Agricultural Training and Support for Military Veterans, Beginning Farmers and Ranchers
Udall, Heinrich Introduce Legislation To Provide Lifeline For Small Businesses, Decry Senate GOP Inaction
NM Delegation Hails Over $20 Million in Funding to Connect Over 1400 Rural Homes, Farms and Businesses with Broadband Internet Across Seven Counties
Heinrich, Senate Democrats To American People: Do Not Allow Trump To Undermine Nov. 3 Election Results
NM Delegation Hails Over $2.6 Million to Boost Online Education and Career Training for Public High School Students
Heinrich Urges Inclusion Of PFAS Provisions In Final FY21 NDAA
Heinrich Introduces Bill To Remove Rigid Regulatory Burdens On Tribal Broadband Access
NM Delegation Hails Nearly $6 Million to Increase High School Student Access to and Success in Higher Education
Udall, Heinrich Object to Trump Interior Department’s Refusal to Extend Chaco Comment Process During Pandemic
Udall, Heinrich, Luján Request Public Information Meeting On Disposal Of Tritium Waste At Los Alamos
NM Delegation Reintroduces Care Corps Demonstration Act
NM Delegation Announces $1.5 Million in CARES Act Funding for State’s Coronavirus Economic Recovery Strategy
Heinrich Introduces Bill To Improve School Air Quality
In Response to Federal Court Ruling, NM Delegation Calls on Trump Administration to Continue Vital Census Collection Efforts Through Oct. 31
Heinrich Welcomes Final Passage of America’s Conservation Enhancement Act, Champions Effort To Reauthorize And Increase Funding For North American Wetlands Conservation Act
September 2020
NM Delegation Applauds Contract Worth up to $237 Million Awarded to UNM and Project ECHO to Train Nursing Homes on Covid-19 Infection Control
Heinrich Backs Resolution Recognizing Children’s Fundamental Rights And Climate Recovery Planning
Heinrich Statement On Trump Supreme Court Nomination
Heinrich Statement On Court Ruling Removing William Perry Pendley As Head Of Bureau Of Land Management
NM Delegation Hails Over $6.9 Million for Safety, Infrastructure Improvements at Santa Teresa Industrial Park and for Southwest Chief to Pave the Way for Further Economic Development
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