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Bill Richardson's Public Statements on Issue: Animals and Wildlife

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June 24, 2010 Governor Bill Richardson Supports Transfer of Valles Caldera to National Parks Service
Dec. 4, 2009 Governor Bill Richardson & Governor Bill Ritter Announce New Wildlife Corridor Initiative
Nov. 19, 2009 Governor Bill Richardson's Statement on Proposed Land Office Deal
March 9, 2009 Governor Bill Richardson Announces Major Fish Stocking Operation in San Juan River
Sept. 29, 2008 Governor Richardson Announces Plan to Establish Pecos Canyon State Park
June 7, 2007 Associated Press - Richardson Adept As Recreational Hunter
April 14, 2007 The Arizona Republic - Bill Richardson: The 'Other' Western Candidate
Oct. 30, 2006 Press Release - Land Commissioner Candidate Jim Baca Joins Governor Bill Richardson to Announce Comprehensive Package to Protect Hunting and ......
Aug. 31, 2006 Governor Bill Richardson Praises Preliminary Approval of His Action to Protect New Mexico Roadless Areas
April 7, 2006 Governor Bill Richardson Applies for Valle Vidal Elk License; Highlights World Class Recreation Area
Aug. 25, 2005 CNN The Situation Room - Transcript
Aug. 19, 2005 Governor Bill Richardson Acts to Protect Valle Vidal's Precious Streams
July 20, 2005 Governor Bill Richardson Leads Ceremony Honoring NewMexico Guard Troops Headed For Afghanistan
June 7, 2005 Governor Bill Richardson and Attorney General Patricia Madrid fight new Plan to Drill at Otero Mesa
March 16, 2005 Governor Richardson & Natural Resources Trustee Restore Rio Grande Nature Center State Park
April 13, 2004 CNN Larry King Live Transcript
Jan. 13, 2004 Governor Bill Richardson Renames Pinon Building In Honor Of Former President and Tribal Leader Wendell Chino
Dec. 31, 2003 Governor Bill Richardson Announces Additional 15 Days National Guard Leave
June 13, 2003 Governor Bill Richardson Statement on White Peak Land Swap
April 3, 2003 Governor Bill Richardson Signs Bill Benefitting New Mexico Troops
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