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Lottery Bill is a Bad Gamble for Students

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

Big Question For Tonight's Vote On Right-To-Work Compromise

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

Democrats Try to Pass Budget Amendment that Would Gut Millions of Dollars from Critical Education Reforms

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

Name your enemy

Commentary by Marita Noon

"If you don't call it something, you can't connect the dots," said Rudy Giuliani talking about ISIS. "If you can't connect the dots, you can't really combat it ... you can't h-- Continue reading

What's next for the Keystone pipeline?

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

Senator Domenici Says Right To Work Will Be Good For New Mexico

Right-To-Work Bill Would Be Good For NM

Albuquerque Journal
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

OPEC prediction of $200 a-barrel-oil ignores market realities—or maybe not

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

Op-Ed on right-to-work legislation from former state Rep. Martinez

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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