Press Releases

April 2020
Heinrich Lauds Approval For Sandia National Laboratories To Begin COVID-19 Testing
Udall, Heinrich Call On Congressional Leaders To Ensure Immigrant Families Can Access Critical Services During Coronavirus Pandemic
Udall, Heinrich Call on Trump Administration to Automatically Extend Work Authorizations for DACA & TPS Recipients Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
Heinrich Advocates For Dedicated Flexible State And Local Government Emergency Funding
Udall, Heinrich Push Senate and House Leadership to Expand Health Care Coverage for New Mexicans in Future COVID-19 Legislation
NM Delegation Applauds CARES Act Grant Funding for HIV/AIDS Treatment and Services During COVID-19 Pandemic
AUDIO: Heinrich Provides Update On COVID-19 Response Efforts In New Mexico
Heinrich Statement On White House Task Force
Heinrich, Cuellar Lead Bicameral Letter Demanding End To Border Wall Construction During COVID-19 Pandemic
NM Delegation Announces Over $25.2 million in Grants to 50 Local Airports from Emergency Coronavirus Response Package
Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Udall and Heinrich Join Bipartisan Call to Increase Support for Victims and Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
Heinrich Hosts Forum To Assist Small Businesses, Nonprofits Navigate COVID-19 Funding, Relief
Udall, Heinrich Join Bipartisan Push for USDA to Provide Relief for Local Farmers Losing Sales During COVID-19 Pandemic
N.M. Delegation Calls On Trump Admin To Quickly Remedy Faulty Implementation Of CARES Act Programs For Small Businesses, Nonprofits Impacted By Coronavirus
Udall, Heinrich Press Administration For Information On Distribution Of Critical Medical Supplies, Personal Protective Equipment
Heinrich To Introduce Coronavirus Community Relief Act To Provide Federal Assistance For Localities Under 500,000
Udall, Heinrich Push for Transparency on Nationwide Plan for Increasing Coronavirus Testing
Udall, Heinrich Urge FEMA To Support Tribal Requests For Assistance
N.M. Delegation Seeks Immediate Accountability Of ICE Facilities After COVID-19 Cases Confirmed At Otero
New Mexico Delegation Announces at Least $170 Million for State’s Frontline Health Care Providers in First Wave of COVID-19 Relief Funding
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