Thursday, October 2, 2008

Lt. Governor Diane Denish Urges New Mexico Congressional Delegation to Work Together to Address Emergency Financial Stabilization

Santa Fe - Lt. Governor Diane D. Denish today urged members of the New Mexico Congressional Delegation to vote in favor of the Emergency Financial Stabilization legislation that would prevent a potential U.S. financial collapse.
"Today I called the members of our Congressional delegation and urged their support for a work out bill for New Mexico's families," said Lt. Governor Denish. 
"Just last week, I visited 8 communities and heard the stories of families and businesses that are being impacted by the economic turmoil.  Families rely on lenders to make car loans, pay tuition, fund home mortgages and just make ends meet.  It is unfortunate that New Mexicans find themselves forced into bearing the burden of this difficult situation. While some provisions of the bill are hard for me and others to accept, I believe now is the time for the House to work together across party lines to address the immediate crisis and then work to make sure this never happens again."

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