U.S. Senator Tom Udall will hold a town hall meeting in Albuquerque at the Eldorado High School Performing Arts Center. Udall will talk with constituents and answer questions about critical issues facing New Mexico. The town hall will be moderated by Jennifer Gomez-Chavez, Director of Student Academic Success at the University of New Mexico, and live streamed on Udall’s Facebook page at Facebook.com/SenatorTomUdall.
New Mexico voters elected Hillary Clinton, not Donald Trump in 2016. But that hasn’t stopped New Mexico’s lone Pro-Trump Congressman, Steve Pearce, from voting with Donald Trump on everything from internet privacy to eliminating healthcare.
In fact, an analysis by ProPublica and FiveThirtyEight shows that Pearce votes Trump’s position 93% of the time, far more than any other New Mexico legislator.
New Mexico voters elected Hillary Clinton, not Donald Trump in 2016. But that hasn’t stopped New Mexico’s lone Pro-Trump Congressman Steve Pearce from voting with Trump 93% of the time – including for the repeal of Obamacare and replacement with Trumpcare.
As Americans, we are guaranteed the opportunity to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness and those rights are bravely defended by those wearing the uniforms of our armed service. Some have given their all while serving in uniform and it’s their memory we honor this weekend. For those who come home from conflicts, the battle isn’t always left behind. On this Memorial Day, we are taking the time to put a lens on what recent decisions by the Trump administration mean for those who protect and serve our country. Another fight is upon us all as we experience the impact of sweeping decisions made by the current administration under the hand of President Donald Trump.
Attend PNM’s community listening event to hear and make any public comments you wish to share on PNM’s Draft Integrated Resource Plan (IRP). This plan lays out the next twenty years of PNM’s energy generation future.
For more than 50 years, Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains has been providing high quality sexual and reproductive health care and information to women, men, and young people in New Mexico. That isn’t changing.
We invite all Rural Coalition members, farmers, ranchers, agency partners, and our friends working toward sustainable agriculture to explore how contemporary approaches to such challenges as climate change, sustainable livestock, local food, organic agriculture, fisheries, food safety, and drought intersect with holistic models emerging in rural communities around community food sovereignty and regenerative agriculture. Our Seeds of Rural Resilience Summit, hosted by the Town of Atrisco Land Grant, a traditional, selfgoverning farm and ranch community, will emphasize innovation, collaboration, and intergenerational knowledge transfer. We will explore how historical and traditional knowledge related to regenerative agricultural practices, especially acequia culture, land tenure, and conservation, relate to farm programs or could inform program adjustments and changes to secure more holistic and durable results. South Valley Multi-purpose Senior Center
2008 Larrazolo Rd SW, Albuquerque, NM 87105
New Mexico’s public lands are in danger. The Trump administration seems to believe these culturally rich pieces of land are commodities rather than treasures. Senator Martin Heinrich strongly disagrees.
We here at ProgressNow New Mexico know that it is important to walk the walk of solidarity. We work in support of the building of safe and equitable communities for all. This weekend we will march in the Pride Parade in proud support of our LGTBQ friends and family, brother and sisters, neighbors and friends. We hope to see you there.
What now? Where does it go from here? Will we see a call for the impeachment of our 45th President? Will the testimony of James Comey finally bring this administration to the screeching halt it has been flirting with since day one?