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Latest Tom Udall Items
Imagine if Congress passed and the president signed a law making it a crime to utter "false, scandalous and malicious" statements "against the government."
U.S. Sen. Tom Udall says he is pushing legislation to improve the health and economies of border communities.
A pair of Republicans are headed for a showdown in next week's primary seeking the opportunity to challenge Democratic U.S. Sen. Tom Udall, a popular incumbent making his first bid at re-election.
New Mexico's congressional delegation is part of the chorus of lawmakers calling for Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki to resign.
President Obama's new national monument in New Mexico, which he announced Wednesday, thrilled environmentalists, who said it preserves nearly 500,000 acres of spectacular and pristine lands, but it could also doom his hopes of getting Congress to pass an immigration bill this year.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday declared almost a half-million acres of rugged desert terrain along the U.S.-Mexico border as a national monument, marking the largest swath of land to be set aside for that purpose since he took office.
A newspaper reports that an investigation at the Veterans Affairs medical center in Albuquerque began months ago into whether schedulers were ordered to falsify patient appointment records.
Democratic Sen. Tom Udall of New Mexico and dozens of other senators apparently find the elegant simplicity of the First Amendment offensive.
Members of New Mexico's congressional delegation say the U.S. Postal Service has decided to shelve a plan to move the post office out of downtown Santa Fe.