New Mexico Sept 2019

New Mexico Responds to Vaping Controversy   Following suit with several other states in the country, New Mexico is the latest state to respond to the controversy surrounding electronic cigarettes. Some states, such as New York and Michigan, have issued an outright ban...

New Mexico June 2019

Lawmakers Discuss Impact of Education Lawsuit Many questions still exist regarding New Mexico’s attempt to address the quality of education for at-risk students. The Public Education Department, legislators, superintendents, and the Transform Education in New Mexico...

New Mexico May 2019

New Mexico State Police Help Fight Crime in Albuquerque The Albuquerque Mayor, Police Chief, UNM President, Second Judicial District Attorney, and other police officers announced that the city will be bringing in 50 State Police officers to work in Albuquerque in an...

New Mexico April 2019

Budget and Tax Bill Signed by NM Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, New Mexico’s governor, signed a $7 billion budget in early April. Almost half of the budget is for public education. The $3.2 billion for public schools is aimed at increasing funding for educator...

New Mexico March 2019

Renewable Energy for New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed Senate Bill 489, a bill that prioritizes renewable energy in New Mexico. The Governor has been in strong support of the bill from its introduction. Additionally, the Governor aimed to have the bill...