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State Land Commissioner Stephanie García Richard has ended "killing contests" of coyotes on state trust land throughout New Mexico. The decision was inked in her first executive order. Such … more
A bevy of environmentalists will be taking to the Roundhouse to lobby legislators with a two-day convergence. The Rio Grande chapter of the Sierra Club, and other organizations are hosting "Clean … more
Top lawmakers on Monday (Jan. 14) rolled out a proposed $7 billion state budget that would include $600 million for public works projects around New Mexico as the government’s coffers … more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham launched the New Mexico Legislature’s 2019 session Tuesday by calling on lawmakers to pour half a billion dollars more into education, raise the minimum wage, pass … more
"Taos, we're in a good position," said state Representative Roberto "Bobby" Gonzales amid the fanfare of a recent swearing-in ceremony. more
In her first State of the State address, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham declared a number of environmental goals.First, the governor said she would sign … more
Michelle Lujan Grisham has announced her choice to lead the state's Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department: Sarah Cottrell Propst.Cottrell Propst served as the deputy cabinet secretary of … more
There is plenty to do: New Mexico's children lag in almost every statistical category. more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham will see at least one empty seat when she looks out on lawmakers and delivers her State of the State address on Tuesday (Jan. 15). more
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