Public Regulation Commission offers $80,000-a-year job to former campaign worker of indicted PRC Commissioner Jerome Block Jr.
If Block is convicted, maybe his former helper can have Block’s job next.
State delays Medicaid help for thousands of disabled New Mexicans.
Because in New Mexico, government only helps those who help themselves.
City of Santa Fe won’t need to furlough employees for now.
Let’s see if we can tell the difference.
Laureate, which took over CSF in the wake of its financial collapse, chooses former College of Santa Fe President Stuart Kirk as its business vice president.
Business as usual, that is.
Gov. Bill Richardson and legislators are in conflict about how to cut the state budget.
All in favor of a fire sale?
Albuquerque Journal poll shows New Mexicans would rather the state cut spending than raise taxes.
In the same poll, people revealed a preference for lower gas prices, honest politicians and world peace.
State employees could lose their smart phones.
Because nothing in government is allowed to be smart.