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Legislative Watch
Bernhardt a bad pick for New Mexico sportsmen
ALBUQUERQUE – The Trump Administration's nomination of former energy lobbyist Dave Bernhardt to the Department of Interior's No. 2 spot,
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Legislative Update, Week of February 19th
There are many legislative proposals scheduled in committee next week that you should engage your legislators on! Please contact all
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August Game Commission Report Back
The most recent meeting of the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish started off on a positive note by
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June Game Commission Report Back
A lot was on the agenda for the most recent meeting of the game commission in Santa Rosa, including a
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April 14th Game Commission Report Back
Reporting of the meeting of the New Mexico State Game Commission that was held on Thursday, April 14th at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces.
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Split commission accepts $1 million demand for access
Roswell, November 2015 Nov. 20, 2015 New Mexico hunters and anglers will be able to use State Trust Lands again
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Collaboration Leads to Comprehensive Energy Bill that Benefits All Outdoor Users
The just passed Energy Bill is a great example of what can be accomplished through bipartisan collaboration, and the New Mexico Wildlife Federation applauds Senators Lisa Murkowski, Maria Cantwell, Tom Udall, and Martin Heinrich on their hard work on this comprehensive bill.
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Press Release
New Mexico Wildlife Federation Applauds Passage of the Sportsmen’s Act Through Bipartisan Effort
Senator Martin Heinrich has once again taken the lead in protecting our public lands, cultural heritage, and the interests of hunters, anglers, and the outdoor recreationists of New Mexico by helping to pass the Sportsmen’s Act through the Senate with a bipartisan effort.
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New Mexico Wildlife Federation to Join Public in Submitting Comments in Support of BLM Methane Rule
Last month, the Bureau of Land Management announced new methane regulations that will significantly reduce pollution, have a positive impact on taxpayers and protect wildlife.
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