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Senator Tom Udall Statement on Senate’s Failure to Advance Funding to Address the Humanitarian Crisis at the Border

U.S. Senator Tom Udall issued the following statement after Republicans blocked a final vote on emergency supplemental funding to address the Central American immigration crisis: “We face a humanitarian crisis at the border involving young children, and regardless of how each of us feels about whether they should be returned home or granted asylum, we

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ICYMI–DPNM forces Weh to take down stolen video.

Reposted from the Albuquerque Journal.  Thursday, July 31 By Michael Coleman, Albuquerque Journal Washington Bureau Allen Weh’s U.S. Senate campaign on Thursday agreed to remove a YouTube video from his campaign website after the Marine Corps expressed concerns about copyright infringements. The New Mexico Democratic Party called attention to the ad this week, accusing Weh – a

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Congressman Ben Ray Luján: House Republicans Sue the President Instead of Addressing the Priorities of the American People

Congressman Ben Ray Luján released the following statement after House Republicans moved forward with legislation supporting a lawsuit against the President rather than addressing critical issues facing the country. “House Republicans hit a new low with their frivolous lawsuit against President Obama. Rather than spend time bringing legislation to the floor that grows our economy,

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Senator Tom Udall Disappointed in Filibuster of Bill to Protect New Mexico Jobs

U.S. Senator Tom Udall issued the following statement after Republicans blocked the Bring Jobs Home Act, which he supported to protect and create jobs in New Mexico and across the nation by offering incentives for companies that insource jobs and eliminating a tax loophole that benefits companies moving offshore:  “Today, we had an opportunity to

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Senator Martin Heinrich Calls For Action To Address Central American Refugee Crisis, Fix Broken Immigration System

“Let us hope that our attitude as a nation continues to be defined by the image of the statue of Liberty, and not by shouting protesters holding signs labeled, ‘Return to Sender,’ as they stand in front of busses full of Central American children.” Yesterday, U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich delivered remarks on the Senate Floor

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