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Bill Richardson's Public Statements on Issue: Agriculture and Food

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March 24, 2010 Governor Bill Richardson Vetoes Food Tax
Feb. 19, 2010 Governor Bill Richardson Congratulates Robert Apodaca on Presidential Appointment to Agriculture Department
Dec. 4, 2009 Governor Bill Richardson & Governor Bill Ritter Announce New Wildlife Corridor Initiative
June 18, 2009 Governor Bill Richardson Announces Nearly $700,000 in Emergency Food Assistance Being Delivered in New Mexico
April 1, 2009 Governor Bill Richardson Signs Off-Highway Vehicle Bill
March 20, 2009 Governor Bill Richardson Reacts to USDA Decision on Bovine Tuberculosis Status
Feb. 24, 2009 Governor Richardson Urges Legislators to Protect Wildlife, Give Landowners More Tools to Protect Property
Sept. 15, 2008 Governor Bill Richardson Calls USDA Decision Affecting New Mexico Cattle Exports "Excessive"
Dec. 10, 2007 Governor Richardson Joins Governor Culver in Urging Congress to Pass 2007 Farm Bill by Year's End
Nov. 27, 2007 A New Direction for American Agriculture
Nov. 8, 2007 Governor Richardson Statement on Farm Bill Subsidy Caps
July 10, 2007 Governor Bill Richardson Urges USDA to Maintain New Mexico's TB Free Status
June 14, 2007 Governor Bill Richardson Announces Effort to Deal with Bovine TB Diagnosis in Curry County
Jan. 27, 2006 Governor Richardson Takes Action to Get Junk Food out of Schools, Keep Students Healthy
Oct. 15, 2005 Governor Richardson Leaves for North Korea
Aug. 2, 2005 Governor Richardson Sets Target for Renewable Energy Use, Boosts New Mexico Agriculture
July 8, 2005 "Astronaut Farmer" Launches in New Mexico
June 7, 2005 Governor Bill Richardson and Attorney General Patricia Madrid fight new Plan to Drill at Otero Mesa
Feb. 18, 2005 Governor Bill Richardson Establishes Rodeo Council
May 27, 2003 Letter to Secretary of Agriculture Ann Veneman
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