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Silent Death

The governor nixed nearly two dozen bills without saying a word

Local News When a governor wants to kill a bill, he has two weapons at his disposal. He can veto it and say why. Or he can take no action whatsoever. The latter maneuver is known as the “pocket veto.” Or, ...

Wednesday, April 29, 2009 Dave Maass

Indicators: April 29

Gloss Over?

Local News Publishing woes

Wednesday, April 29, 2009 Dave Maass

SFR Talk: Energy Spent

With Matthew Ellis

Interviews Matthew Ellis supports a program called MARIA—Minds and Resources in Action, energy philosopher Miro Kovacevich’s plan to bring $21 billion in government funds to New Mexico’s labs to kick-sta...

Wednesday, April 29, 2009 Dave Maass

Briefs: April 22

Local News Monkey wrenching, digital television and digital revolutions.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009 Dave Maass

Block Party

AG brings Blocks to court

Local News An attorney for Public Regulation Commissioner Jerome Block Jr. and his father, Jerome Block Sr., says the duo probably won’t turn up in First Judicial District Court for their May 11 arraignments.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009 Dave Maass

Toke '09

Dude, where's my medical marijuana?

Features As the program finally becomes a reality, the Great New Mexico Marijuana Experiment reignites a debate about pot use and drug culture that has raged for decades. “Having that conversation out there in...

Tuesday, April 21, 2009 Dave Maass

Trailer of Tears

FEMA case points to NM lawyer

Local News The evidence of FEMA’s negligence in housing Katrina victims comes from Patrick Edward Preston, who now works as a staff attorney in the New Mexico Taxation & Revenue Department.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009 Dave Maass

Indicators: April 15

What the Buck?

Local News Pacing the peso.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009 Dave Maass

A Zeal for Repeal

Darren White wants to reinstate the death penalty

Interviews Over the next few days, TV viewers in certain, perhaps more conservative parts of the state, will see an uptick in political ads from "Repeal the Repeal," a political action committee backed by Bernal...

Thursday, April 9, 2009 Dave Maass

Into the Light

Attorney General Gary King gets mixed reviews on openness

Local News Gary King campaigned in 2008 on stricter enforcement of open government laws, which fall under the AG’s domain. He's kept that promise...mostly.

Wednesday, April 8, 2009 Dave Maass
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