Archive | October 11, 2011

Let Congress Know Where You Stand

As the Senate prepares for today’s vote on the American Jobs Act, let your members of Congress know where you stand using Tweet for Jobs, our online tool that helps you find your Republican legislator on Twitter. The provisions in the American Jobs Act—from modernizing schools and keeping teachers in the classroom to repairing our […]

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October 11: News Roundup

The American Jobs Act has gained considerable public support after just three weeks of advocacy by President Obama. A new ABC/Washington Post poll shows 52 percent of Americans support the American Jobs Act —10 percent more than in early September—with 36 percent opposed, a clear indication that the public supports the plan that would put hundreds […]

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Senator Udall Announces $1.1 Million to Combat Drunk Driving in New Mexico

Senator Tom Udall has announced that the New Mexico Department of Transportation will receive $1.1 million to support programs that aim to reduce drunk driving. The $1,100,126 grant is part of an incentive program by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, encouraging states to enact and enforce laws and implement programs to combat drunk driving. […]

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Senator Udall Applauds Obama Administration Initiative on Small Business

U.S. Senator Tom Udall applauds the Obama administration’s approval of New Mexico’s Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI) application, which is expected to generate $138 million in new small business lending in the state. “This year I’ve held small business and economic development roundtables across New Mexico, and small business owners consistently cite the lack of […]

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