NCAI’s Tribal Food Sovereignty Advancement Initiative (TFSAI) continued building momentum during NCAI’s 76th Annual Convention and Marketplace in Albuquerque, NM.
Santa Fe, NM – “Declaring that there is no place for hate speech and antisemitism in our country,” Marco Serna called upon his primary election opponent Valerie Plame to return all contributions she has received from holocaust deniers and white supremacists.”
“I’m a fighter. I’ve fought to protect New Mexico’s elections system from foreign interference; I’ve taken on corruption in state government; and I’ve twice stood up to President Trump when he demanded New Mexicans’ personal voter information. I’m not afraid of a tough fight.
These five scientists represent the breadth of physics contributions made at the Laboratory. Van de Water said of the award, “The thrill of doing science is an award itself, an APS Fellowship honor makes it that much better.”
New Mexico Delegation Announces Grants To Airports Across New Mexico For Infrastructure Improvements
“New Mexico’s airports are a critical transportation lifeline, connecting our state with other parts of the country and the world while growing our state’s economy,” Udall said. “This funding will help revitalize these airports to ensure that their infrastructure remains structurally sound as travel to and from New Mexico continues to grow. As a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, I will continue to fight for the resources needed to grow our transportation hubs and stimulate our economy.”
THIS WEEK: Udall, Scott To Unveil Major Bipartisan Legislation To Help Prevent Drunk Driving And Save Thousands Of Lives
The RIDE Act of 2019 would require the implementation of safety software technology in motor vehicles
For Immediate Release: Teresa Leger Fernandez’s Campaign for Congress Closes Out Third Quarter With Over $275,000 Cash on Hand and Contributions from All 16 Counties in CD3
“This campaign is powered by our community and we have deep grassroots support in el norte.” Said Teresa Leger Fernandez.
“This bipartisan bill – which makes key investments to benefit and strengthen New Mexico, Indian Country, and the entire nation – is a great example of why the difficult work of the appropriations process is worth it. The bill provides strong resources to protect our public lands and the thriving outdoor economy they fuel, as well as funding key programs for Native and rural communities.
“We must close the digital divide so the entrepreneurs, innovators, and scholars of the future have the tools necessary to succeed,” said Luján. “I am proud to partner with my colleagues on the Digital Equity Act, which will provide needed investments in our communities to promote digital equity and digital inclusion. This commonsense legislation will help ensure that all Americans benefit from the digital economy.”
Udall Secures Key Provisions to Strengthen New Mexico’s Economy and National Security in Defense Funding Bill
Udall voted against advancing the bill further until DOD funds are protected from being diverted to president’s border wall