But reinstating funding for higher education and the Legislature creates a shortfall, and the policymakers continued their standoff on how to fund the budget even after Friday’s meeting.
NMPolitics.net’s editor and publisher appeared on KRWG this week to discuss an ongoing journalistic collaboration to investigate southern New Mexico’s struggling behavioral health system.
In the Republican Party chair’s open letter I see signs of “blame anyone else” as the modus operandi. Too bad.
The promoters of a Sunland Park international crossing plan to interest a private company in building the structure and then recouping the costs through user fares.
We need to make investing in our students a top priority, as it is a responsible way to grow the economy of our state.
The special session is a great opportunity to work together to improve our economy without burdening taxpayers.