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New Mexico's Working Capital Problem: A Billion Dollar Opportunity

It's not every day that we find out our state government has billions of dollars, tangled in bureaucracy, accumulating in various state accounts. Recently, the Office of the State Auditor (OSA) issued-- Continue reading

Letter to editor addresses smart water meters

Dear Editor:

This is distressing and certainly something people should know about! I personally know of one other person whose water is shut off.

It is happening right now as the city is installing th-- Continue reading

We Cannot Quit on Capital Outlay Reform

By Senator Pete Campos

Over the past few years, reform of New Mexico's capital outlay system has received more and more attention. There is little doubt that our system, particularly compared to other-- Continue reading

Response to editorial and invitation to attend

The following is in response to

Hello All,

Apparently, a number of people, both here in Grant County an-- Continue reading

Campaign 2016: Nobody Cares about Climate Change

Frustrated that nobody seems to care about climate change, "the country's biggest individual political donor during the 2014 election cycle," has pledged even more in 2016. Tom Steyer spent nearly $75-- Continue reading

Why were no ranchers or Farm Bureau people invited?

Editor's Note: To understand the progression of this email thread, please start at the one below the last ___________________ at Join the Community Conversation..., then the one from Caren Cowan, exec-- Continue reading

Sierra Club’s War on Jobs: Holding Workshops to "Write and Rehearse Testimony"

New Mexico Business Coalition (NMBC) is calling on the New Mexico Chapter of the Sierra Club to stop the relentless, uncompromising War on Jobs they are waging by pushing for an end to all fossil fuel-- Continue reading

Eastern states passing resolutions to support transfer of public lands in western states

Why would an eastern state like Tennessee pass a resolution supporting the Transfer of Public Lands to the Western States? On January 26, Tennessee Governor Hallam signed a resolution passed by its Leg-- Continue reading

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