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Don’t Balance the State Budget on the Backs of Counties

A Message to Governor Martinez and the New Mexico Legislature:
Don’t Balance the State Budget on the Backs of Counties

Provided by New Mexico Association of Counties

Santa Fe, New Mexico – As state budge-- Continue reading

Temper Tantrums?

There have been a couple of recent editorials referring to “temper tantrums” at protests over the president’s actions.

For example:
“When Obama was elected, when Clinton was elected, when George H.W. Bus-- Continue reading

Why a national temper tantrum?

When Obama was elected, when Clinton was elected, when George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush were elected, people who didn't vote for them didn't throw a temper tantrum because they lost, and they certa-- Continue reading

NM’s Behavioral Health Crisis Demands Solutions

By New Mexico Senator Mary Kay Papen

A terrible tragedy that affects thousands of vulnerable children and adults in need of often life-saving mental health and substance abuse treatment continues to p-- Continue reading

Boost New Mexico's Economy: Improve State's Public Works Process

By Senator Pete Campos

Improving the process by which New Mexico selects and pays for public works projects is a key component to improving New Mexico's economy. Doing so in a year like this — when reve-- Continue reading

New Mexico's Colleges, Universities Must Adapt to Students' Changing Needs

By Senator Pete Campos

Our colleges and universities are, and have always been, an integral part of New Mexico's economic development plans for preparing young adults and retraining older New Mexicans-- Continue reading

Why We Started Grow New Mexico

By Terry Brunner and Phil Schiliro

New Mexico is already one of the best places to live in our country. But if you’ve read a newspaper, tuned into the news or have listened to what people are saying in -- Continue reading

New Mexico Is Blessed with Diverse and Abundant Energy Sources

By Senator Pete Campos

The sun shines on New Mexico more than 300 days a year, the wind consistently blows through Curry, Roosevelt, Quay and De Baca counties, natural gas production continues to supp-- Continue reading

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