“Mr. Pendley is simply unfit to lead the BLM— repeatedly calling for the sale of public lands and the dismantling of critical protections for wildlife. New Mexico is proud of our millions of acres of public lands that support a thriving outdoor recreation economy and are home to iconic species including the desert bighorn to Gila trout. Protecting these wild spaces is critical to our rich natural inheritance, our economic success, and is part of an essential legacy to pass on to our children and future generations to come,” Udall said.
During the hearing, Udall will discuss his legislation to expand coverage of the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA) to cover victims in New Mexico and Indian Country, including the Post-1971 Uranium Workers and the Tularosa Downwinders.
Marco Serna stated he was looking forward to working with House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi who has been clear her conviction, “to be anti-Semitic is to be anti-American. It has no place in our country.” Serna stated, “I believe that it is not enough to have a superior military, we also must win the confidence and support of the people of the world, we need to expose this type of vitriolic hate speech and universally reject it.”
The new map – which is integrated with Google Maps so individuals can get directions from their location to selected pharmacies - will be the most extensive and up-to-date map in the state for information about where to get naloxone at individual pharmacies. The website also provides English and Spanish videos on how to recognize an overdose and administer Naloxone.
The Elkettes made the Espanola’s home debut short, not sweet, sweeping the Sundevils 25-14, 25-14, 25-9 in the District 2-4A opener for both teams.
“They want structure and discipline,” Sanchez said. “As coach I have to give that to them because they want it. A coach has to inspire their players. That’s my job. I believe in them. That’s why I’m here.”
The Day of Action will be taking place across the nation on October 5th. It's a day of reflection and awareness of the atrocities of domestic violence.
“Northern is committed to providing access to affordable, community-based learning opportunities that meet the educational, cultural, and economic needs of the region,” Bailey said. “Expanding trades education supports our mission as a truly comprehensive, community-serving college.”
Currently, the New Mexico Office of the Attorney General is investigating e-cigarette companies for unlawful marketing of e-cigarettes to minors, and the Office will investigate and prosecute any allegation of death caused by an e-cigarette.
Computers will be available so participants can complete the online application during the event. UNM-LA has planned this event to provide assistance. The workshop will be held in building 6, room 639 on the UNM-LA campus, 4000 University Drive. Any community member who plans to file a FAFSA is welcome.
“Moving Forward” will be facilitated by Dr. Sanchez, of San Ildefonso Pueblo, Director with TEWA Women United. Dr. Sanchez is trained in sexual assault intervention and prevention and was one of sixteen visionary leaders across the country selected as the first cohort of the Move to End Violence.
DNCU is asking for stories from members, their families and friends who are survivors. DNCU will share these stories at dncu.org and throughout our social media accounts.
A detour will be posted to direct traffic through Dry Creek Road (CR 101B) and Camino Ancon (CR 101C). The out of direction travel will be less than one mile utilizing the posted detour.