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New Mexico’s college Republicans denounce Trump's locker-room talk, while state party chairwoman says candidate is "a new man."
As far as antiheroes go, Lincoln Clay ranks up there.
More than four in five younger voters would back a proposal to legalize, regulate and tax the drug.
We made it, you guys! The weekend!
Politics, drug overdose investigations, and mythical police officer shortages ‑ a big roundup of state news in less than 600 words.
Following seven days of partisan bickering and an all-night
debate over capital punishment, the Legislature adjourned a special session
intended to address a $600 million budget deficit.
I like quince paste—also known as membrillo—a lot and it's great to put out with cheese when people come over.
After a long debate outside of public scrutiny, the New Mexico House of Representatives voted 36-30 to reinstate the death penalty early Thursday morning.
Bad Ass Coffee, a Utah-based corporation, on
Thursday filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against Bad Ass Sandwich Co, a
mom-and-pop store across from the Santa Fe County administrative building.
Governor criticizes lawmakers for cutting her teacher merit pay program and stipends for teachers in difficult-to-staff districts. ... More