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New Mexico Legislature Obtains Funds for Albuquerque Public Schools’ Air Rifle Teams!

Friday, March 7, 2008

The Legislature adjourned sine die on Thursday, February 14 after completing its 30-day budget session. During this year’s session, Governor Bill Richardson (D) signed Senate Bill 471, sponsored by State Senator Carlos Cisneros (D-6), which includes capital outlay monies for projects and programs in state lawmakers' districts. 

We would like to thank State Representative Bill Rehm (R-31) and Major W.E. Barker, USMC, coach of La Cueva High School’s air rifle team, for spearheading the effort among colleagues from the Albuquerque legislative delegation for obtaining more than $140,000 in funds for the purchase of new guns and equipment for Albuquerque Public Schools’ air rifle teams.  These teams have joined the upper echelons of junior shooting in both New Mexico and the United States.
 

State Representative Tom Anderson (R-29)

Email: kb5ysg@arrl.net

Phone: (505) 897-2593

 

State Representative R.J. Berry (R-20)

Email: richard.berry@nmlegis.gov

Phone: (505) 293-1130

 

State Representative Jimmie Hall (R-28)

Email: jimmie.hall@nmlegis.gov

Phone: (505) 294-6178

 

State Representative Bill Rehm (R-31)

Email: Billrehm@comcast.net

Phone: (505) 259-3398

 

State Representative Eric Youngberg  (R-23)

Email: eric.youngberg@nmlegis.gov

Phone: (505) 922-1633

 

State Senator Mark Boitano (R-18)

Email: boitanom@aol.com

Phone: (505) 798-1092

 

State Senator Joe Carraro (R-23)

Email: joecarraro@aol.com

Phone: (505) 898-9369

 

State Senator Kent Cravens (R-21)

Email: klcravens@alphagraphics.com

Phone: (505) 858-0799

 

State Senator Bill Payne (R-20)

Email: william.payne@nmlegis.gov

Phone: (505) 293-5703

 

State Senator John Ryan (R-10)

Email: johnchrisryan@yahoo.com

Phone: (505) 343-1400

 

State Senator Diane Snyder (R- 15)

Email: hdsnyder@spinn.net

Phone: (505) 830-1669
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