Lawmakers are leaving themselves an opportunity to come back next week and respond to possible vetoes or other action by the governor. Continue Reading
If a new statement from Gov. Susana Martinez is any indication, policymakers who’ve been in a standoff over the state budget for months may have found a path forward.
Garrey Carruthers detailed for lawmakers on Wednesday the “collateral damage” Gov. Susana Martinez’s veto has caused at NMSU. Continue Reading
The override attempt landed with a thud in both the House and Senate in the opening moments of the special session of the N.M. Legislature on Wednesday. Continue Reading
A top transparency advocate said there’s a lot at stake, and the public should have access to information and the decision-making process. Continue Reading
A legislative special session aimed at resolving a budget standoff and restoring funding for higher education and the Legislature begins at noon Wednesday. Continue Reading
A recent gathering in Ciudad Juárez was dedicated to the cultural rights of migrants across the globe. Continue Reading
New Mexico lobbyists and their employers reported spending more than $690,000 during the first four months of the year, but whether that’s everything they spent is anyone’s guess. Continue Reading