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Martin Heinrich
United States Senator from New Mexico
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Kitchen offers classes, work space and, soon, a cafe via
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Martin Heinrich Aug 15
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I will continue fighting in the Senate for permanent protection and a pathway to citizenship for Dreamers. In the meantime, if you are a DACA recipient and your status expires before 2020, I encourage you to renew your status today.
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Martin Heinrich Aug 15
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When Trump ended DACA, he left hundreds of thousands of Dreamers, including nearly 6,000 in New Mexico, living in legal limbo. Because of the courts, DACA is still in effect, and Dreamers in New Mexico and across the U.S. can still apply for legal status.
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Martin Heinrich Aug 15
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I’ve met many Dreamers in New Mexico, including my former State of the Union guest, Ivonne Orozco-Acosta, New Mexico's Teacher of the Year. Dreamers like Ivonne, young Americans in every way except on paper, deserve a permanent place and an earned pathway to citizenship.
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Martin Heinrich Aug 15
On the 7 year anniversary of , let’s remember the remarkable stories of immigrants who overcome difficult challenges in order to pursue a better life. DACA has protected over 800,000 as they work to contribute to America’s success.
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Martin Heinrich Aug 14
The historic Package added more than 2,000 acres to the Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness in New Mexico. Bisti, which derives from the Diné word for “badlands,” has become a popular destination for those seeking unique landscapes and rock formations.
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Martin Heinrich Aug 14
In advancing policies that not only allow discrimination—but in fact endorse it—HHS is abdicating its responsibility to enhance and protect the health and well-being of all Americans. Our letter here:
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Tom Udall Aug 14
Money isn’t speech, and corporations aren’t people. We need to pass our Democracy for All Constitutional Amendment and overturn Citizens United. Let’s put power back where it belongs: in the hands of the people.
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Martin Heinrich Aug 13
Wind power is fueling New Mexico’s economy and reducing emissions. It’s a win, win.
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Martin Heinrich Aug 13
One million species are at risk of extinction due to climate change and other human impacts. We need effective, science-based conservation – not new regulations undermining Endangered Species Act protections.
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Martin Heinrich Aug 8
The Trump White House needs to start taking domestic terrorism seriously. To ignore such a blatant issue in this country puts our families and communities at risk.
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Martin Heinrich Aug 8
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I'll get on a plane back to Washington in a heartbeat if Senator Mitch McConnell is willing to put any bill on the floor to address this issue.
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Martin Heinrich Aug 8
I am a hunter who believes in protecting the rights of law abiding gun owners. I am also a father of two young boys who believes there need to be changes in our gun laws.
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Martin Heinrich Aug 7
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Did you know that the Santa Fe Farmers Market is regularly voted among the top ten markets in the country? It’s no wonder why, with up to 130 vendors from 15 northern New Mexico counties selling diverse and locally-grown products.
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Martin Heinrich Aug 7
I’m ending today’s food tour at the Santa Fe Farmers Market with , , La Mesilla Farmers, and members of the National Coalition.
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Martin Heinrich Aug 7
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In addition to turning food waste into value, Reunity Resources gives back to the community by donating thousands of pounds of produce to northern New Mexico food banks and shelters each year. Thank you for the tour, and for all the work you do for the community.
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Martin Heinrich Aug 7
Next stop on the food tour is Reunity Resources, a Santa Fe community farm that turns food waste from local schools and restaurants into compost for gardeners and farmers.
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Martin Heinrich Aug 7
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Thank you to Joey and Jerome for showing my family and I the great work you are doing.
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Martin Heinrich Aug 7
As a parent, knowing what’s in the food I buy for my family is important to me—and many New Mexicans feel the same way. I stopped at Urban Rebel Farms in Santa Fe as part of my , learning about cultivating microgreens free from GMOs, chemicals, and animal by-products.
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