Published on Friday, 27 February 2015 14:08
By Kristina Fisher, Associate Director, Think New Mexico
Responsible parents would never gamble with their child's college savings account. Yet that is precisely what the New Mexico Lottery is proposi-- Continue reading
Published on Wednesday, 25 February 2015 17:38
Will Democrats Vote Down Two Policies That A Vast Majority Of New Mexicans Support?
Santa Fe, NM – Tonight, the House of Representatives will vote on a right-to-work compromise that will also increase t-- Continue reading
Published on Wednesday, 25 February 2015 08:40
Santa Fe, NM – In yet another attempt to promote Washington-style dysfunction and block any and all progress, House Democrats introduced an amendment to the budget that would have gutted $6.5 million f-- Continue reading
Published on Tuesday, 17 February 2015 20:09
Commentary by Marita Noon
After six years of dithering, the Keystone pipeline project has finally cleared both the Senate and the House with strong bipartisan support—mere percentage points away from a-- Continue reading
Published on Friday, 13 February 2015 11:28
Right-To-Work Bill Would Be Good For NM
By Pete Domenici
February 13, 2015
I am writing in response to those who oppose the proposed right to work legislation. While I respect those-- Continue reading
Published on Tuesday, 10 February 2015 19:59
Commentary by Marita Noon
OPEC's Secretary General Abdulla al-Badri made headlines when he announced that the oil price may have bottomed out—indeed, we had four straight days of increase—and predicted "y-- Continue reading
Published on Wednesday, 04 February 2015 12:23
As I watch this year's legislative session, I am concerned with the misinformed claims made by Republican Governor Martinez that have made right-to-work/anti-worker legislation her top priority. When-- Continue reading
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