COMMENTARY: We should fight for sensible gun-regulation proposals like requiring background checks for purchases at gun shows. But we must also guard against an overreaching and discriminatory police state.
Current and future New Mexico State University employees will see reductions in annual leave, most employees will lose their sick leave payout benefit, and future employees working less than 30 hours a week won’t be eligible for health and other insurance. Continue Reading
The high court’s decision was a massive win for the reproductive rights community in and out of Texas. The court’s decision is expected to help overturn similar requirements in other states fighting similar legal challenges. Continue Reading
The New Mexico State University Board of Regents hasn’t been sufficiently explaining the legal justification for its closed-door meetings, officials are admitting — and they’re pledging better transparency going forward. Continue Reading
Members of the New Mexico State University Board of Regents are scheduled to vote on much-anticipated cuts to employee benefits Monday during a meeting that won’t be webcast and isn’t being held in the Regents’ normal meeting room. Continue Reading
Long waits to cross the downtown Juárez train tracks are just one small part of many transportation bottlenecks currently gripping the Paso del Norte borderland as a new round of development and commercial expansion overtakes the region. Continue Reading
The U.S. Supreme Court announced Thursday it had failed to produce a majority opinion on the policy — meaning that the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals’ November 2015 decision rejecting the policy stands. Continue Reading
As of Tuesday, the teacher’s union listed between eight and 10 civilians killed, with scores injured and perhaps 22 disappeared. Government sources placed the death toll at eight or 10 and the number of detained at 23. Continue Reading