“New Mexican jobs depend on a responsible budget that restores certainty to American job providers. The President’s proposal looks to increase our national debt to over $19 trillion, never balances, and increases budget deficits over the next decade," Congressman Steve Pearce.
“Farmers, ranchers, tribes, and businesses depend on the Animas and San Juan Rivers for their livelihood. Last year, the EPA was responsible for millions of gallons of waste water, contaminated with heavy metals, spilling into the rivers. This put the health and livelihood of people that depend on the water in these rivers at risk, yet no one answered for the damage the mine spill caused," Congressman Pearce.
"Passage of this bill is not about party politics or partisanship. It is about the security and safety of our nation and the world.” said Congressman Steve Pearce.
"This measure is a step in that direction to remove bureaucratic red-tape and reform housing assistance for the 21st century,” said Congressman Pearce.
“I do not agree with the President's decision to house unaccompanied minors at Holloman Air Force Base. However, the Obama administration made clear that the use of Holloman Air Force Base by the Department of Health and Human Services to house these children is a temporary situation," Congressman Steve Pearce.