City Attorney Geno Zamora told the Journal it’s a “complicated” issue and his office will work with the City Council “to appropriately address the ban of assault weapons in the city.”
Also, City Councilor Rebecca Wurzburger is working on a resolution that asks President Barack Obama to enact federal legislation to ban assault weapons and high capacity magazines.
“I am excited and honored to serve on the House Committee on Agriculture, which allows me the opportunity to represent consumers on food safety and nutrition issues, advocate for small businesses and affordable housing, and pursue investments in renewable energy,” Rep.-elect Lujan Grisham said. “I look forward to representing constituents who need access to modern infrastructure and economic development opportunities.”The House Democratic Steering & Policy Committee will meet again in January to approve second committee assignments for new members of Congress.
New Mexico driver’s licenses violate 16 of 31 requirements set by the law, according to Gov. Susana Martinez’s office.
More than just a weekly newspaper, we’ve been delivering breaking business news through our website for years, and have greatly expanded our offerings in that area throughout 2012. Many of our readers rely on the intelligence and insight we offer to help them develop leads, make informed decisions and grow their business. These readers are living in a world of rapid shifts, and can’t wait until the end of each week to learn about what’s new in their local business community. We recognize the urgency of their need for information, and we’ve been fine-tuning our approach to news delivery so we can offer our readers the latest stories and developments as they happen.NMBW, er, ABF has done some writing online but I am not sure how much dedicated online reporting it has. Its paper product, however, is still formidable. It has shown a larger emphasis on online journalism recently and we'll see if that expands.
But the raising of Peterson Dam is now off the table after the engineering firm conducting a geotechnical investigation of the project discovered that the geology of the area would likely increase the cost of the project by millions.
Suspended Questa school board member Daryl Ortega and his brother, Gary Ortega, are threatening to sue a number of parties for causing their business to lose contracts with the Questa Independent School District, as well as for “slander and defamation of character.”The Questa School Board is doing its all to make the Sunland Park municipal government look normal
The vote was 4-1 with Commissioner Ben Hall dissenting.
Hall, R-Ruidoso, said the dispute would end up in a lawsuit, given that Tri-State planned to raise rates starting Jan. 1.
The other commissioners agreed with Hall that litigation probably was inevitable.
But, they said, the New Mexico Legislature in 2000 approved a law establishing a process for rate increases and Tri-State agreed to it. The law cannot be abandoned simply because Tri-State wants to raise rates when the new year begins, said commission majority decided.
The state cracked the top five in the share of credit unions with positive returns on average assets, according to a quarterly review by the National Credit Union Administration, the Washington, D.C.-based federal regulator.
Ultimately, the panel will be tasked with making recommendations to the Board of Regents about the best candidate or candidates.
"As I have mentioned before, it is the desire of the board to select a president by May 2013," said NMSU Regent Chairman Mike Cheney, in a news release.
Researchers who viewed 22 movies from the enduring spy franchise counted more than twice as many acts of violence in the 2008 film “Quantum of Solace” as in the 1962 film “Dr. No,” starring Sean Connery.