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Martin Heinrich has made plenty of trips to Los Alamos in the past.
But on Friday, he made his first trip to the Los Alamos National Laboratory as a U.S. Senator.
“We talked about cleanup and a number of issues related to my committees,” Heinrich said in a brief phone interview Friday. We went through some budgetary issues and covered a broad spectrum of issues associated with the lab today.
“Most of the visit was presentations by staff at the lab. There was not a lot of back and forth.”
After being sworn in at the beginning of the year, Heinrich also got the following committee assignments -- Energy and Natural Resources, Intelligence, and Joint Economic Committee.
And he has been busy getting acclimated to his new role as Senator.
“I look at this as a whole new set of opportunities to work Los Alamos,” Heinrich said. “I had a great visit today and we are continue to work hard with Los Alamos. We talked about cleanup and an number of issues related to my committees. We went through some budgetary issues as well.”
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