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Hostage Politics Have No Place in New Mexico

By Victor Reyes, Campaigns Director for ProgressNow New Mexico.

This week, New Mexico elected leaders did something politicians don't do anymore. They compromised. The $295 million capital outlay bill-- Continue reading

The Ex-Im Bank: By doing nothing, Congress sides with taxpayers and basic market principles

Commentary by Marita Noon

The Ex-Im Bank has become a key talking point in the 2016 presidential campaign, but most people don't even know what it is or why it exists. They surely don't know that it i-- Continue reading

Letter to Editor on WNMU costs not covered by lottery scholarship

To the editor:
The Lottery Scholarship tuition award is calculated based on a percentage of the full-time tuition average for each of the three college sectors. The full-tuition averages are $2,671 for-- Continue reading

Building a Better Future Together: Celebrating National Homeownership Month

As National Homeownership Month begins, we think of the many rural families who have built their homes with their own hands - and have, quite literally, worked up a sweat as they toiled to build a bet-- Continue reading

A taste of things to come for electricity consumers and generators

For Immediate release: June 1, 2015
Commentary by Marita Noon

One year ago, Gina McCarthy, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator, announced the controversial centerpiece of the Obama Admin-- Continue reading

Letter to Editor on WNMU tuition costs

Western New Mexico University overcharges the people of Southwest New Mexico for a college education. In the Fall, Western will charge $3,209 a semester for 15 credits; its peer institutions, called c-- Continue reading

Another Domino Falls in the Anti-Fossil Fuel Movement's Crusade

By Marita Noon

Another domino falls in the anti-fossil fuel movement's crusade. Throughout the United States, especially in communities with existing or potential oil-and-gas development, outside grou-- Continue reading

How Important is San Juan Generating Station to New Mexico?

By Carla J. Sonntag, President and Founder, New Mexico Business Coalition

How important is affordable electricity, 811 jobs and annual royalties and taxes of over $40 million to New Mexico? Not a conc-- Continue reading

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