Bipartisan measure would overhaul 40-year-old law
Sen. Martin Heinrich, who last week introduced a bill to give the federal government more authority in siting electrical transmission… more »
The annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner – that clubby, black-tie affair featuring the President of the United States, the press… more »
Lecture to cover nation’s long rise from poverty to economic powerhouse
Bill would give FERC power to override state, local decisions
Last Monday – two days before the April 15 tax deadline – the White House invited about a dozen reporters to meet with President Obama’s economic advisors for a discussion about his tax policies and how they help the middle class.
Senator repays $1,900, apologizes for mistake
Udall joins unanimous Foreign Relations Committee vote
WASHINGTON — One day after Hillary Clinton’s big presidential campaign announcement, Vice President Joe Biden showed up unannounced to talk… more »
Meanwhile, three of the four Democratic members of New Mexico’s congressional delegation are backing Clinton. Sen. Martin Heinrich posted… more »
When Kentucky Republican Rand Paul announced his campaign for president last week, one of my first thoughts was how – or if – it would affect Gary Johnson’s political plans.
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