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Interbasin water transfers—are they needed? If a land owner who has a large ranch decides that he can make more money by selling the water under his land than he can by raising cattle on that -- Continue reading

Golf Course is University money pit

Letter to the Editor:

The Silver City money pit, the Silver City golf course also known as the University Course at Scott Park

For the last several years the Silver City golf course was managed by the-- Continue reading

Running Out the Clock on New Mexico’s Future

By Rep. Jason Harper (R-Rio Rancho)

I firmly believe that the sun is rising and not setting on New Mexico. Our state has an abundance of beauty, a mild climate, and a wealth of recreational opportunit-- Continue reading

Capital Outlay Reforms Will Continue; Administrative Reforms Are Next Step

By Senator Pete Campos

Reforming New Mexico's process for selecting and paying for public works projects, which is nearly universally criticized as inefficient and wasteful, will continue through admi-- Continue reading

Wolf reintroduction program

March 11, 2017 – Dear Editor of Grant County Beat

The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) is an unusual government agency in that there is no oversight of it, no other agency to whom it must answe-- Continue reading

Sen. Howie Morales discusses HB 202

I wanted to follow up on emails and discussions I have seen in relation to HB 202. We have been working on this bill for about 3 weeks now in conjunction with the House of Representative members and S-- Continue reading

Letter to editor saying no WNMU regent is local

To the Editor:

If the student nominated by President Shepard as student regent of Western is appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate the local area will be denied the "local regent" guar-- Continue reading

Op-Ed from Sen. Howie Morales on cigarette tax increase

Reader View: Raising cigarette taxes will help classrooms, kids’ health

Posted: Monday, March 6, 2017 7:00 pm in the Santa Fe New Mexican

http://www.santafenewmexican.com/opinion/my_view/reader-view-r-- Continue reading

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