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Federal Judge Allows Martinez Email Lawsuit to Continue

Judge William Johnson grants, denies defendants' motions to toss the politically charged case

Local News In June 2014, the plaintiffs in the case—Crystal Amaya, Brad Cates, Brian Moore and Kim Ronquillo—filed a federal lawsuit against five defendants for allegedly violating a wiretapping statute by disclosin...

Tuesday, March 24, 2015 Justin Horwath

NEA Disputes PARCC Testing Time

Local News  The union representing teachers in Santa Fe wants education administrators and the public to take a new look at how much time standardized testing takes in the classroom. 

Monday, March 23, 2015 Joey Peters

Legislature Ends Session With No Capital Outlay Bill

House and Senate can't compromise on many things

Local News Failure to pass capital outlay bill marks end of bitter, unproductive Legislative session.

Saturday, March 21, 2015 Joey Peters

United Healthcare: The Case of the Missing $10,000

Tracing the destination of the ping-ponging United Healthcare check

Local News Officials have not answered why a $25,000 United Healthcare check landed in the coffers of the Republican Campaign Committee of New Mexico instead of the campaign account of Susana Martinez following a Sept. 14...

Friday, March 20, 2015 Justin Horwath

Dear Hanna Skandera

Student letters to education secretary about PARCC testing weren't as bad as story portrayed

Local News Several students wrote letters to Education Secretary Hanna Skandera protesting the PARCC exam. Read them for yourself below.

Friday, March 20, 2015 Joey Peters

Hoop Dreams

Attorney General Hector Balderas' bracket is very kind to NMSU

Local News Today marks the start of NCAA March Madness, and in a tradition popularized by President Obama in 2009, politicians are submitting their brackets to the public.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015 Joey Peters

Violation of Public Trust

It’s unclear if Phil Griego’s resignation from the Senate will be the end of the story

Local News Last Saturday, Phil Griego, a veteran Democratic Party political power broker and chairman of the New Mexico Senate’s Corporations and Transportation Committee, had what was probably the worst day of his poli...

Wednesday, March 18, 2015 Peter St. Cyr

Blowing It

Biologist punished for blowing the whistle on endangered species politics

Local News Even though biologists said the dunes sagebrush lizard might need legal protection under the Endangered Species Act, the US government decided three years ago that it would be good enough to help the lizard by ...

Wednesday, March 18, 2015 Laura Paskus

Go Home, Drone!

Local News A bill that would restrict drone access to private property currently sits before the state Senate floor, yet the sponsor is hopeful to get it through the House before session’s end this weekend.&

Tuesday, March 17, 2015 Joey Peters

Bag Fee Passes Finance Committee

City attorney maintains 10-cent charge no longer an illegal tax

Local News A proposal by District 2 Councilor Peter Ives and District 1 Councilor Sig Lindell to charge a ten-cent fee with the use of each paper bag passed the Finance Committee by a narrow 3-2 vote.

Monday, March 16, 2015 Justin Horwath
 
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