Senator Tom Udall: Advancing the priorities for the Indian country

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November 10, 2020

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Senator Tom Udall: Advancing the priorities for the Indian country

WASHINGTON – Today the office of US Senator Tom Udall (DN.M.), Deputy Chairman of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee, released a comprehensive document highlighting Udall’s accomplishments in advancing the priorities of Indigenous communities and Indian country during his career in the Senate. In 2019, Udall announced that he would not run for a third term in the US Senate.


“It has been my honor to represent the 23 Tribes and Pueblos of New Mexico in Congress and to work alongside the leaders and advocates of the 574 tribes recognized by the Federal Government of the United States, striving for a prosperous, healthy and secure future. for native communities. ” Udall said. “Together, we have made great strides in strengthening the principles of tribal sovereignty and self-determination, supporting Indigenous economies and health care, and protecting and supporting Indigenous cultural resources and languages. The United States has a solemn obligation to live up to its trust and treaty responsibilities, and as the 116th Congress concludes, I will continue to work alongside American Indians, Native Alaskans and Hawaiians. to make sure the federal government keeps its promises to Indigenous communities across the country.


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