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Letter to the Editor on Announced Fee Increase

To the Editor:

A couple of comments on the Board of Regents article: While tuition did not increase, the "slight" increase in student fees is an increase of $113 a semester, or an increase of 22.5%. Y-- Continue reading

Is the green's "Daddy Warbucks" helping the planet or himself?

Any comprehensive review of green energy and its politics and policies has to include the name of wealthy liberal Tom Steyer—who has been called the environmental movement's new "Daddy Warbucks." Havin-- Continue reading

There are better ways to ‘pull together’ for New Mexico’s impoverished kids

By Veronica C. García, Ed.D., executive director, New Mexico Voices for Children

Back in 2013 when New Mexico fell to 50th in the nation for child well-being, advocates hoped that the state's policy-m-- Continue reading

Small Business Week: celebrate business owners, don't break them

By Reps. Roger Williams & Steve Pearce

The start of May reminds us all that summer is around the corner.

Students are preparing for final exams. Calendars are filling with family outings and weddi-- Continue reading

Working Together, We Can Solve New Mexico's Health Care Crisis

By Senator Pete Campos

New Mexico's health care crisis demands our attention. Now.

No person should suffer even one day of serious illness or injury because that person cannot find or afford to pay fo-- Continue reading

Colorado Supreme Court embraces the rule of law, not the fear mongering of the anti-fossil-fuel movement

On Monday, May 2 the Colorado Supreme Court ruled on what the New York Times (NYT) called: "a lengthy battle for energy production." The court's unanimous decision to strike down two cities' limits on-- Continue reading

Dear editor on voter apathy

History tells us that voter apathy can bring down a nation, while a third party in the U.S. always throws the election to the liberals/progressives. The problems facing us in NM are not new problems,-- Continue reading

Why the Augustin Plains Ranch, LLC’s permit proposal is not in the best interest of Catron County and the Southwestern Region of New Mexico.

Why the Augustin Plains Ranch, LLC’s permit proposal is not in the best interest of Catron County and the Southwestern Region of New Mexico.
5/1/16
The proposal to pump 54,000 acre feet of groundwa-- Continue reading

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