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Governor Taps Katrina Hotrum-Lopez For Aging Agency

Governor Taps Katrina Hotrum-Lopez For Aging Agency

SANTA FE ― Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham Friday announced Katrina Hotrum-Lopez would succeed Alice Liu McCoy as secretary of the state Aging and Long-Term Services Department upon McCoy’s hiring as executive director of the state Developmental Disabilities Planning Council.

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Heinrich, Keller Conclude Electrifying 2019 Energy Summit: Building New Mexico’s Clean Energy Future

Heinrich, Keller Conclude Electrifying 2019 Energy Summit: Building New Mexico’s Clean Energy Future

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  – With nearly 200 local officials and participants from across New Mexico, U.S. Senator Heinrich (D-N.M.) and Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller, along with the State of New Mexico, Bernalillo County, Rocky Mountain Institute, U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and National Renewable Energy Laboratory concluded the 2019 Energy Summit: Building New Mexico’s Clean Energy Future.

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IG Report Clears RCLC And DOE Employees Of Accepting Inappropriate Gifts

IG Report Clears RCLC And DOE Employees Of Accepting Inappropriate Gifts

A U.S. Department of Energy Inspector General’s report released July 2 has found “no evidence” that DOE employees inappropriately accepted meals or tickets to a Major League Baseball game purchased by the Regional Coalition of LANL Communities (RCLC). The report also states that a separate inspection is underway over RCLC’s use of grant funds.

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Udall Votes For Border Funding Bills To Assist New Mexico Communities & Protect Vulnerable Asylum Seeking Children And Families

Udall Votes For Border Funding Bills To Assist New Mexico Communities & Protect Vulnerable Asylum Seeking Children And Families

Senate-passed bill includes $30 million in reimbursement for border communities that have assisted asylum seekers.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Wednesday, U.S. Senator Tom Udall voted for two border assistance packages to provide urgent funding to reimburse local communities and address the humanitarian emergency at the border, where overcrowded and unsanitary facilities and shelters for minors are running out of money and cutting services. One measure passed the Senate by a vote of 84-8. Another House-backed measure failed to pass the Senate by a vote of37-55. Udall issued the following statement: