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Republican Party of New Mexico Releases Statement on Results of New Hampshire Primary

Albuquerque, NM – The Republican Party of New Mexico released the following statement following the results of the New Hampshire Primary:

"While the Republican candidates remains in a debate over Amer-- Continue reading

No Need to Raise Taxes in New Mexico

Like spring follows winter, proposals to increase taxes on hard-working New Mexicans are flourishing in Santa Fe. Dozens of such proposals have been put forth, including several by Democrat Senate Fin-- Continue reading

Real ID Showdown: A House Republican’s Case

Real ID showdown: A House Republican's case
The Albuquerque Journal
By Rep. Paul Pacheco / Republican, Albuquerque
Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

http://www.abqjournal.com/717306/opinion/twotier-system-wo-- Continue reading

“Keep It in the Ground” at Work in the Real World

Going forward, we know what the new year of environmental activism looks like. They have told us. They have made it perfectly clear. They call it: "Keep it in the ground."

The campaign is about all fo-- Continue reading

Representative Nora Espinoza Wants to End Cynical Manipulation of the New Mexico Ballot

SANTA FE—State Representative Nora Espinoza introduced House Bill 309 this week, which states that:

"ONLY QUESTIONS HAVING THE FORCE OF LAW MAY BE PLACED ON THE BALLOT."

In recent years, politicians i-- Continue reading

House Democrat In Denial of NM Crime Rate

Santa Fe, NM – Last night during debate on a bipartisan bill that would allow local governments to establish curfews in order to better protect New Mexico's children, House Democrat Patricia Roybal Caba-- Continue reading

The Electric Car Conundrum: if You Care about Emissions, Gasoline Is the Better Choice

While campaigning in August 2008, President Obama called for 1 million plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles (EV) on the road by 2015. According to HybridCars.com, the campaign circulated an "8-page fa-- Continue reading

Senate Boss Michael Sanchez Leaves Children Vulnerable to Predators

Santa Fe, NM – Today, Senate Boss Michael Sanchez effectively killed three bipartisan House bills that would protect New Mexico's children by referring them to three committees each. One bill, sponsored-- Continue reading

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