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Sun-Zia Project Threatens National Security

By New Mexico State Senator Mary Kay Papen and Congressman Steve Pearce

Washington, DC (Dec. 2, 2014) Today, we in the United States face an unprecedented variety and quantity of threats against our s-- Continue reading

Misconceptions Abound on 'Right to Work"

By Paul J. Gessing

In the wake of the 2014 elections, New Mexico has a unique opportunity to enact long-overdue economic reforms. The goal of those reforms must be to wean our struggling economy off o-- Continue reading

It's time for tough love on tax credits for the mature wind industry

For immediate release: December 1, 2014.
Commentary by Marita Noon

Is the lame duck Congress oblivious to the message voters sent to Washington last month? Or, are they intentionally ignoring it in fav-- Continue reading

Dear Northeast, How's that solar working out for ya?

Commentary by Marita Noon

A couple of months ago, effective in November, National Grid, one of Massachusetts' two dominant utilities, announced rate increases of a "whopping" 37 percent over last year.-- Continue reading

USDA Urges Dairy Producers to Choose Protections by Dec. 5

By Molly Manzanares

In modern agriculture, there is much we can control, but two dynamics remain beyond our reach: weather and markets. The unpredictability of both, and sudden changes in either, can-- Continue reading

Letter to Editor about Augustin Plains water request

Should the Augustin Plains Ranch, LLC be allowed to pump the amount of water they asked for?

Dear Editor:

Do you think that the Augustin Plains Ranch, LLC has the right to pump the water that is under-- Continue reading

Six energy policy changes to watch for in a Republican-controlled Congress

Commentary by Marita Noon

Now that the dust has settled on the 2014 midterms, we can get a sense of how things will change in Washington under a Republican controlled Senate—and energy will be front and-- Continue reading

From the battlefield to the oilfield, it is all about employing veterans

Commentary by Marita Noon

From the battlefield to the oilfield, it is all about employing veterans

One-and-a-half million to 2 million men and women served in America's defense during the Global War o-- Continue reading

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