“I previously called for an impeachment inquiry because the president’s corruption is jeopardizing our national security, elections, and Democracy. The recent allegations and today's announcement that we are moving forward with the impeachment process shows the urgency of this moment.”
“New Mexico’s most rural communities often lack the infrastructure and resources needed to support necessary innovative behavioral health practices to serve our youth battling serious behavioral health issues,” Udall, a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, said.
Los Alamos National Laboratory
“This is the largest experiment ever conducted in the Arctic,” said Jim Bossert, Earth and Environmental Sciences division leader at Los Alamos. “The data collected has the potential to transform our understanding of the way the Arctic is responding to climate change—so important to improving our ability to predict global climate impacts of a rapidly changing Arctic environment.”      
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The Faithful Democracy Coalition is an inter-denominational campaign that began in the wake of the Citizens United decision.  The Coalition advocates for ending the dominance of big money out of politics, examining the issue from both a faith-based and legislative perspective, and focuses their campaign on the issues of climate change, gun violence prevention, immigration, and private prisons.
“The current disparity in the tariffs India charges on different varieties of tree nuts has created an unlevel playing field for American producers. The current tariff on U.S. pecans entering India is approximately 36 percent, while the tariff for similar products, such as pistachios and almonds, is only 10 percent,” wrote the senators.
Distinctive members of the New Mexico legislature have endorsed U.S. Senate Candidate, Maggie Toulouse Oliver. Representatives Patricia Roybal-Caballero, Day Hochman-Vigil, Debbie Sariñana, Natalie Figueroa, Joy Garratt, Joanne Ferrary, Angelica Rubio, and Christine Trujillo have all personally endorsed present Secretary of State Toulouse Oliver in her candidacy to become New Mexico’s first female Senator. 
The victims were identified as Antonio 'Tony' Romero, 82, and Buck Romero, 51, both members of Taos Pueblo.
New Mexico State Sen. Carlos Cisneros, who passed away Sept. 17, will be remembered Friday, Sept. 27 for his life and honored for his service to the state at a memorial service in the State Capitol Building.
“Today’s announcement by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham will be life-changing for tens of thousands of current students as well as future generations of New Mexicans.