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Latest Tom Udall Items
New Mexico may be the worst in the nation when it comes to child well-being, but U.S. Sen. Tom Udall on Monday said raising the minimum wage and providing unemployment insurance to those parents who have been without jobs the longest could make an immediate difference in the lives of children.
The recent truck fire and radiation release from the government's troubled nuclear waste dump in southeastern New Mexico were "near misses" at a facility whose workers proved unprepared to respond to the emergencies, the head of an independent oversight agency said.
Three New Mexico pueblos are getting money to improve transit services.
Sen. Tom Udall says New Mexico apparently will escape the brunt of the impact of proposed cuts to the U.S. military.
The American Alliance of Museums is honoring two lawmakers on Capitol Hill for their support of U.S. museums.
U.S. Sen. Tom Udall wants to increase access to primary care services in New Mexico and across the country.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A former state GOP party chairman, retired Marine and longtime Albuquerque businessman who lost a gubernatorial bid four years ago is setting his sights on Democratic U.S. Sen. Tom Udall's seat.
Sen. Tom Udall, a New Mexico Democrat who voted against a military strike on Syria in last week's Foreign Relations Committee hearing, said he doesn't believe the United States has exhausted political alternatives.
Sports equipment manufacturers who say their products prevent concussions are making "empty, unsubstantiated" claims, a key Senate chairman said Wednesday, and could face new regulations if they do not change their marketing practices.