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Does the Catholic Church Carry Clout?

'No human being is illegal,' the state's trio of bishops contend at their annual legislative breakfast

Local News At countless Roundhouse conferences, where state laws start to emerge, there’s another conference hard at work and not to be forgotten. 

Thursday, January 21, 2016 Thomas Ragan

DOD Slams Door on NM Licenses

Facilities across US will enforce Real ID access

Local News  New Mexico’s driver’s license problem just went national, at least among those New Mexicans who work or would like to visit Department of Defense facilities.

Wednesday, January 20, 2016 Thomas Ragan

Howler Back

Despite setback, Turner Ranch is far from giving up on recovery for the Mexican gray wolf

Local News Clustered in core packs of their own, nearly 100 supporters of the federal Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery Program line the back wall and fill the seats of a New Mexico Game Commission meeting in Santa Fe on Jan. 14...

Wednesday, January 20, 2016 Laura Paskus

Real Uncertain

Real ID drama looms while federal facilities make their own rules about access for now

Local News After watching a series of opening day ceremonies, then listening to pat-on-the-back introductions and to Gov. Susana Martinez’ lengthy state of the state speech, legislators are finally getting to work.

Wednesday, January 20, 2016 Thomas Ragan

State of Snooze

Gov. Susana Martinez delivers State of State Address

Local News New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez emerged from her spider hole of embarrassment on Tuesday, delivering a nearly hourlong State of the State address before a packed House gallery, kicking off the 52nd Legislative ...

Tuesday, January 19, 2016 Thomas Ragan

Another Bus Toward Justice

City Council narrowly approves budget promising to use transit tax money for transit costs

Local News The resolution calls to re-commit the 1.25 percent of gross receipts taxes collected that voters approved in 1991 to pay for transportation to paying for transit and recreational facilities instead of being red...

Thursday, January 14, 2016 Elizabeth Miller

Tap the Southern Rockies

City, county try to boost economy through the outdoors

Local News After just 15 or 20 minutes of driving from the Plaza, a hiker can plant boots on a dirt trail nearly any cardinal direction from town. Ski Santa Fe’s powder-covered slopes, just a half hour away, often call ...

Wednesday, January 13, 2016 Elizabeth Miller

Homes as Hotels

Is getting rid of the cap on short-term rentals a good way for the city to pad the coffer?

Local News Santa Fe, we’ve got a problem: Our high desert sunshine and blue skies are too popular, our adobe skyline still a marvel, our artist colony on Canyon Road and Ski Santa Fe too irresistible.

Wednesday, January 13, 2016 Thomas Ragan

Warming Up to Cruelty-Free Clothing

Feather down, wool suppliers work to erase animal welfare concerns tied to those materials

Local News Recent heavy snowfall and cold temperatures mean it's time to bundle up, but the natural materials we so often turn to for warmth, feather down and wool, have a less-than-cozy history. 

Monday, January 11, 2016 Elizabeth Miller

Hotly Contested

Candidates are lining up for a pair of open seats in the New Mexico Legislature

Local News A pair of open seats in the New Mexico Legislature are shaping up to be hotly contested in the June primaries.

Friday, January 8, 2016 Thomas Ragan
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Morning Word: Declining Revenues Could Mean More State Budget Cuts

Morning Word State government officials may have to do some more belt-tightening as economists estimate a $69 million deficit in current fiscal year and $300 million less revenue in 2017. ... More

Dec. 06, 2016 by Peter St. Cyr


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