Category «Unified Action»

Unified Action – January 2009

Urge Passage of the New Mexico Health Security Act Vicki Simons presented this month’s Unified Action, which calls for continued support of New Mexico’s exemplary Health Security Act. The action is simple—call Governor Richardson’s office at 505-476-2200 and urge passage of the Health Security Act. The Health Security Web site offers detailed information about the act, which …

Unified Action – January 2012

Tell US Fish and Wildlife Service: Release Mexican wolves into New Mexico before it’s too late Sponsored by the Southwest Environmental Center, jason@wildmesquite.org The Issue There are only about 50 Mexican gray wolves (“lobos”) in the wilds of New Mexico and Arizona–not enough to ensure their survival. More than 300 lobos are in captivity, waiting …

Unified Action – January 2013

Sponsored by the PVA Executive Committee, pva@pva-nm.org The Issue The Legislative Response Team weighs in on critical issues under consideration during the legislative session in Santa Fe. Team members call or email legislators (usually their own) and make their positions known. Past issues have included minimum wage, the environment, energy policy, and the SunCal TIDD, foreclosure …

Unified Action – January 2014

Support the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument Sponsored by the PVA Executive Committee. The issue Secretary of Interior Sally Jewell is coming to Las Cruces Friday, January 24, for a public meeting on the proposed Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument. For over a decade, diverse groups have come together to protect this special area near Las …

Unified Action – January 2015

Participate in the Legislative Response Team Sponsored by the PVA Executive Committee, pva@pva-nm.org The Legislative Response Team weighs in on critical issues under consideration during the legislative session in Santa Fe. Team members call or email legislators (usually their own) and make their positions known. Past issues have included minimum wage, early childhood education, the …

Unified Action – January 2016

Participate in the Legislative Response Team Sponsored by the PVA Executive Committee, pva@pva-nm.org The Legislative Response Team weighs in on critical issues under consideration during the legislative session in Santa Fe. Team members call or email legislators (usually their own) and make their positions known. Past issues have included minimum wage, early childhood education, the …

Unified Action – January 2017

Sign up for the Legislative Response Team Sponsored by the PVA Executive Committee, www.pva-nm.org THE ISSUE The Legislative Response Team weighs in on critical issues under consideration during the legislative session in Santa Fe. Team members call or email legislators and make their positions known. Past issues have included minimum wage, early childhood education, the …

Unified Action – January 2018

Sign up for the Legislative Response Team Sponsored by the PVA Executive Committee, www.pva-nm.org THE ISSUE The Legislative Response Team weighs in on critical issues under consideration during the legislative session in Santa Fe. Team members call or email legislators and make their positions known. Past issues have included minimum wage, early childhood education, the …

Unified Action – January 2019

Sign up for the Legislative Response Team Sponsored by the PVA Executive Committee, www.pva-nm.org THE ISSUE The Legislative Response Team weighs in on critical issues under consideration during the legislative session in Santa Fe. Team members call or email legislators and make their positions known. Past issues have included minimum wage, early childhood education, the …

Unified Action – April 2005

Curbside Recycling Pilot Program for Las Cruces Sponsor: Jeff Stienborn, CURB CoalitionEmail: polidub@aol.comPhone: 531-1145 The Issue Las Cruces, which has lagged behind other New Mexico cities in its recycling efforts, has decided to try a second six-month curbside recycling pilot program, as a way of deciding whether to initiate curbside recycling citywide. It is important that …