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Gov. Susana Martinez traveled to Washington, D.C. over the weekend for a trip that included a visit to The White House for a celebration of... [Read More]
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Democratic Sen. Martin Heinrich's re-election campaign came out with a new ad last week pledging to expand health care coverage. [Read More]
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Each day seems to bring a deluge of panic and self-doubt from candidates concerned that their campaigns are on the verge of collapse if they... [Read More]
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As a newly elected U.S. senator, Martin Heinrich was cautious in 2012 when asked about legalizing marijuana. Up for re-election in November, the Democrat tweeted... [Read More]
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With the federal government still wielding the power of eminent domain and the right to condemn property such as this, it is unclear whether selling... [Read More]
During the last campaign finance reporting period, the three biggest donors to PACs were an energy company and two groups funded by environmental organizations. [Read More]
Up for re-election in November, the Democrat tweeted April 20 that "it's time to legalize marijuana." [Read More]
As a newly elected U.S. senator, Martin Heinrich was cautious in 2012 when asked about legalizing marijuana. Now, he's on board. [Read More]
One year after New Mexico's top law enforcement officials approved a series of recommendations for how police departments handle shootings by officers, some local public safety leaders ... [Read More]
As a newly elected U.S. senator, Martin Heinrich was cautious in 2012 when asked about legalizing marijuana. Now, he's on board. [Read More]
As a newly elected U.S. senator, Martin Heinrich was cautious in 2012 when asked about legalizing marijuana. Now, he's on board. [Read More]
The report by select members of the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy Board was supposed to help establish best practices for police in the wake... [Read More]
The report by select members of the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy Board was supposed to help establish best practices for police in the wake... [Read More]
The state's top health official has turned down another request to allow the use of medical marijuana for treating opioid addiction. [Read More]
Letters from Hector Balderas demand documents dating back to 1950 and provide an Oct. 5 deadline for church officials to produce the records. [Read More]
The resolutions may not resolve much, though, as clerks watch for the state Supreme Court to rule on a lawsuit over the issue. [Read More]
Ranks of New Mexico's unions are thinner when compared to the era before the recession, but labor is poised to play a big role in... [Read More]
There's at least one thing Republicans, Libertarians, independents and even some Democrats seem to agree on: They do not want voters to cast straight-party ballots... [Read More]
There's at least one thing Republicans, Libertarians, independents and even some Democrats seem to agree on: They do not want voters to cast straight-party ballots... [Read More]
Three judges snubbed the Corrections Department's argument that the Fair Pay for Women Act does not apply to New Mexico government employees. [Read More]
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