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The House Education Committee on Monday (Jan. 28) unanimously approved four bills aimed at helping the state's at-risk students - including those in Taos County - … more
Background checks for gun sales: Led by bill sponsors Sen. Richard C. Martinez, D-Española and Rep. Peter Wirth, D-Santa Fe, House Bill 8 would make conducting a federal background check when … more
This has been ongoing for several years, and this current vote is a mere continuance of the levy that has been in place. more
Expanding protective ordersInjuring or killing a household companion animal would be included under the definition of domestic abuse in a House Bill making its way... more
State Supreme Court Chief Justice Judith Nakamura told a joint session of the New Mexico Legislature that the state's justice system is beginning to breathe on its own. more
The professor warned lawmakers that the state must get serious about greenhouse gas emissions now by expanding clean energy sources and mitigating the societal costs of moving away from fossil fuels. more
Taos County Republican Party elected a new executive committee at their regular meeting Jan. 9, as well as appointed 10 delegates to the state convention. more
House Joint Resolution 5 would ask voters to create a commission that would set pay for statewide elected officials and lawmakers, who currently receive a daily stipend but no annual salary. more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham appointed a member of Sandia Pueblo with a background in tribal law as head of the state Department of Indian Affairs. more
The government of Picuris Pueblo, though small like the tribe itself, is filled with familiar faces for the 2019 term.Governor Craig Quanchello will serve a third term. more
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