Domestic partnership bill proposed again at the Legislature.
And unlike other bills, passing it won’t cost a thing—except tolerance.
Gov. Bill Richardson supports proposed law to ban texting while driving in New Mexico.
But has yet to comment on the fate of sexting.
New Mexico businesses could pay $20 million more in taxes under a plan to rescue the state’s unemployment insurance.
Never say government lacks a sense of irony.
State Investment Council wants $4 million more for its legal fees.
There’s a wise investment.
Lt. Gov. Diane Denish announces plan to put state finances online for greater transparency.
Maybe in the same vein, she could post her reaction to the Frank Foy testimony in the pay-to-play scandal.
State will use federal funds to keep Rail Runner running on the weekends.
Good thing we’ve managed to diversify our economy for times like this.
Steven Soderbergh will film the movie Knockout in New Mexico.
The story of a Southwestern state undone by corruption.