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  • Justice for Tularosa Basin Downwinders

    This month marks the 70th anniversary of the first detonation of an atomic bomb, the Trinity test in Southern New Mexico. For the world, it was the beginning of the nuclear age. But for the residents of the Tularosa Basin, it was also the beginning of decades of great illness and suffering.
  • Expanding Job Opportunities for New Mexico’s Heroes

    New Mexico has a great tradition of military service, and one of my most important duties is working to ensure that when our troops return home, they get the services they have earned and make a smooth transition back to civilian life. 
  • Building a Strong Clean Energy Economy for New Mexico Jobs

    Here in New Mexico, we're fortunate to have an abundance of renewable energy resources like solar, wind and biomass, plus the ingenuity to develop a strong clean energy economy. And with climate change contributing to drought and more severe wildfires across the West, there's no time to lose.
  • Building the Next Generation of Leaders

    My family has a long tradition of public service, and as your United States Senator, I work hard to support as many opportunities as possible to help the next generation of New Mexico leaders develop their own passion for service.
  • You’re Invited: Money Smart Week

    Managing your money wisely is crucial to planning for the future and making big financial decisions. But when it comes to saving for retirement, borrowing money for college, or buying a house, many of us have questions about the smartest ways to save.
  • Protecting Our Kids From Dangerous Chemicals

    Most Americans believe that if they can buy a product at the grocery store or the hardware store, the government has tested it and determined that it's safe.
  • Child Well-Being

    Improving the well-being of New Mexico's kids must be a priority for all of us. I've called for action to ensure our children can get a strong start in life and grow up healthy.
  • Keystone Bill is the Wrong Energy Priority

    I have long called for a "do it all, do it right" energy strategy, that invests not only in traditional energy sources but allows us to maximize our potential when it comes to renewable sources, like solar and wind. That's one reason I'm so disappointed that for the third week, the Senate has been debating a bill that would mandate approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline.
  • Holiday Reflections

    The holidays are a wonderful time of year, when we reflect on the past year and make resolutions for the next. It's also a time to think about family and friends. New Mexico has a proud tradition of military service, and many of us have family serving far away. 
  • Working Together, Moving Forward Together for Our Economy

    Working to do what's right for New Mexico's economy is my top priority in the U.S. Senate. Click here to learn more about the work I'm doing to help build a better future for our state.
  • Doing Right By Our Veterans

    Our veterans sacrificed for us without hesitation. They deserve nothing less than the best health care we can provide, and I'm working on several ways to make sure they get it.
  • #ShowcaseNM - Photo Contest

    I'm on the lookout for great photos of New Mexico to feature on my website and social media channels. If you have captured a great picture, please share it with me to help #ShowcaseNM.
  • Free 'Job to Career Readiness Bootcamp' for New Mexico Job Seekers

    I'm partnering on three career readiness workshops in Southern New Mexico to help job seekers strengthen their interview skills and better prepare themselves to land a job.
  • For Veterans: The Open Burn Pit Registry

    Today I'm pleased to report the Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry has been launched to create a registry of military service members and veterans who were exposed to toxic chemicals and fumes from open-air burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • A Constitutional Amendment to Save Our Democracy

    Today, the Senate Judicary Committee is holding a hearing on my constitutional amendment to reform the nation's broken campaign finance system.
  • Organ Mountains, Desert Peaks

    New Mexico has a new national monument - thanks to thousands of people who worked tirelessly for many years to make it a reality.
  • Momentum on Campaign Finance Reform

    Citizens United opened the floodgates for a wave of money into our elections, and now the McCutcheon decision lets that money flow to unlimited candidates - all across the country. As a member of the Senate Rules Committee, I'll be making my case for why we need to take action through my constitutional amendment on campaign finance reform.
  • A Fair Shot for New Mexico

    This week, we have the opportunity to pass legislation that would help get our economy back on track and give more New Mexico families a fair shot at making a good living - including raising the federal minimum wage to $10.10 an hour.
  • Women's Career Success Conference

    On Thursday, April 17, I'm hosting a conference in Las Cruces to help women in New Mexico improve their job skills and enhance their careers.
  • Delivering for New Mexico

    I joined the Senate Appropriations Committee because it put me in position to fight for many of New Mexico's priorities.  Here's an update on my work through several subcommittees that have a real impact back home.
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