Breaking News

US Department of Labor announces availability of $10.5M in state grant funding to support mine safety, health training, education Two U.S Citizens Arrested Attempting to Transport Narcotics Through a Checkpoint Una investigación federal recupera $77,000 en salarios atrasados para un empleado estatal al que se le denegó erróneamente una licencia médica protegida y se le despidió ilegalmente Convicted Sex Offender Arrested Over the Weekend Governor Newsom Announces Appointments 5.24.22 Governor Abbott Mobilizes State Resources As Severe Weather, Flash Flooding Threaten Texas | Office of the Texas Governor Residential nursing care facilities management company in Illinois to pay $3M in overtime back wages to 3,024 caregivers after federal investigation Statement-Use of Force Incident-Douglas, AZ.
Santa Fe, NM—Attorney General Balderas oday joined a bipartisan coalition of 30 attorneys general to urge the U.S. Senate to approve former Interior Secretary Ken Salazar’s nomination as U.S. ambassador to Mexico. In the letter to Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Robert Menendez, D-N.J., and Ranking Member James Risch, R-Idaho, the attorneys general say our country is at a significant juncture in U.S.-Mexico relations, and that Salazar is a seasoned statesman well equipped to meet the challenges of serving as the ambassador to Mexico.

Source link