Across America, every state-level lawmaker was outnumbered by six companies, trade associations, unions or other groups angling for attention from 2010 to 2014, a 50-state analysis reveals.
Let me share why Hillary is by far the strongest, most accomplished, most experienced, and best-suited candidate to be president. First, though, let me make a couple of observations about Eric Griego’s recent commentary disparaging her.
State Environment Secretary Ryan Flynn said the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has attempted to “deflect, downplay and minimize” the extent of damages to public health and the environment following the Gold King Mine spill.
The New Mexico House of Representatives on Wednesday night passed a bill that would allow certain retired police officers to return to work while continuing to collect pension benefits.
House Speaker Don Tripp has begun referring Senate bills to the House Rules Committee for review. There’s just one problem: the committee has yet to meet this session, leaving the bills stranded as the session winds down.
Supporters of a proposed constitutional amendment to establish a statewide ethics commission celebrated House passage by a lopsided, bipartisan vote on Wednesday. But that placed the measure in the hands of a New Mexico Senate that in the past decade has been far less receptive to the idea of establishing an office dedicated to investigating state officials.