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July 7 , 2003
Rep. Wilson accepts money from Tom DeLay and votes the party line no matter how it affects folk in New Mexico
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Washington, DC - During the first six months of the 108th Congress, Rep. Heather Wilson (NM-01), who has had countless opportunities to vote to help people in New Mexico, has instead, turned a blind eye. She has voted in lock-step with Republican Leader Tom DeLay (TX) to pass tax cuts for the elite, deny working people with children a tax credit, deny veterans the benefits they deserve and lift House rules so she and her staff can feast on steak and lobster courtesy of big Washington lobbyists and special interests.

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June 7 , 2003
Some children are left behind
Letter to the Editor, Travis Green (TRIBUNE)
The No Child Left Behind Act, passed by congress and signed by President Bush, promised a lot for New Mexico's schools. Congresswoman Heather Wilson touted the legislation in Albuquerque and praised what it would do for our ailing public schools.

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April 24, 2003
Wilson amendment to include drilling in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge also included in 2003 House energy bill

By Tim McGivern (ALIBI)
In a prepared statement last week, Rep. Wilson's office again stated that her proposal limits the land that could be impacted by drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska to "only 2000 acres of surface disturbance ... an area about the size of an airport in an area the size of South
Carolina."

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April 24, 2003
Wilson amendment to House energy bill could subsidize uranium mining in northern New Mexico

By Tim McGivern (ALIBI)
It was an odd turn of events on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives on April 11.

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EDUCATION

Our state desperately needs better schools, but our representative votes against education. She cut Title I funding by $4 billion and voted for a budget resolution that took $36 million from New Mexico social programs.
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