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The State Auditor's Office wants to subpoena documents from a Northern New Mexico village that has paid more than $1.5 million to a prominent Albuquerque law firm over the last decade under an … more
Health care reform may have galvanized the tea party movement eight years ago and contributed to a wave of Republican victories. But now Democrats in … more
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... more
The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled Wednesday (Sept. 12) against straight-party voting. Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver had made a decision to allow people to mark a box on the November … more
  Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver is sticking to her guns.In a 23-page response to a lawsuit filed by the state Republican and Libertarian parties and others, lawyers representing … more
As part of the 2018 New Mexico gubernatorial campaign, Congresswoman Michelle Lujan-Grisham stopped in Taos Sunday (Sept. 2) for a gathering at Mayor Dan … more
An appeals court on Thursday snubbed the Corrections Department's argument that the Fair Pay for Women Act does not apply to New Mexico government employees.Facing lawsuits from women … more
If you're running for public office in New Mexico and need to raise money, your traditional sources of campaign funds from the business world might look like … more
Sen. Carlos Cisneros, D-Questa, has been elected chair of the Border Legislative Conference. The organization's mission is to … more
Former Gov. Gary Johnson said he used to believe the job of a U.S. senator was “bellying up to the trough.” more
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