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Copper & Water

Attorney general, conservation groups say Appeals Court decision was off the mark

Local News A contentious rule on copper mine water pollution could be heading to the state’s highest court following the attorney general’s petition seeking to overturn a ruling last month from the Court of Appeals.

Tuesday, May 12, 2015 Laura Paskus

Low Flow

Feds expect a tough year in getting Rio Grande water to cities,endangered fish and farmers

Local News It’s safe to say that the mood among many Western water managers is grim.

Wednesday, April 29, 2015 Laura Paskus

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

Touching Chaco

Confront the lessons of the past and consider the course of the future

Features On the fall equinox, at the tail end of monsoon season two years ago, dense, dark clouds rumbled into a quadrant of Northern New Mexico’s pale blue sky.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015 Laura Paskus

End Game on the Gila

State commission votes to divert the Gila River’s waters, but staff say plan could take 20 more years

Local News Allyson Siwik has spent the last decade organizing activists and poring over legal documents and scientific studies related to the Gila River in southwestern New Mexico.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014 Laura Paskus

Gila Diversion Moves Forward

Interstate Stream Commission votes to tell feds they want to use water from wild Gila River

Local News Today in Albuquerque, the New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission voted in favor of building a project on the Gila River that will divert the river’s waters in southwestern New Mexico for potential use by hom...

Monday, November 24, 2014 Laura Paskus

State Gets Green Light for Gila Decision

Judge says petitioner in open meetings case has to pay $62 million bond to keep restraining order in place

Local News A District Court judge in Santa Fe has lifted a temporary restraining order against the New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission. 

Friday, November 21, 2014 Laura Paskus

Gila Hearing Delayed

Local News A hearing scheduled for today regarding a lawsuit against the New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission over its planning on the Gila River has been canceled. By the end of 2014, the commission must dec

Wednesday, November 12, 2014 Laura Paskus

Laugh and/or Cry

New Mexico’s Environment Department develops political reputation for diminishing protections

Local News New Mexico Environment Department Secretary Ryan Flynn walked a crowd last month through a complicated plan that the state is hashing out with the US Environmental Protection Agency.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014 Laura Paskus

Secret Plan

Former Interstate Stream Commission director sues over alleged violations of NM Open Meetings Act for Gila plan

Local News There’s a new battle breaking out in the war over the Gila River—the future of which will be decided within the next 76 days. This time, the salvo isn’t over endangered fish, water rights

Thursday, October 16, 2014 Laura Paskus
 
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