Lyft, a ride-booking company and competitor of Uber, could return to New Mexico if a bill that passed the Legislature during its last hours Thursday morning becomes law, says a sponsor of the measure.
GoFundMe Account has been set up for needed financial assistance Published February 18, 2016 ONEIDA NATION—Award-winning singer and songwriter Joanne Shenandoah (Oneida) is in need of a liver transplant. Shenandoah, 58, became ill last summer with a bacterial infection. Shenandoah contacted the infection after a visit to a hospital last June. A GoFundMe account […]
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Published February 18, 2016 PALM SPRINGS – Into its sixth day, the Longest Walk 5 – Passed through Palm Springs on Thursday afternoon, Febr uary 18, 2016, in Palm Springs with some 125 people as it walks across America to declare war on drugs usage among American Indians. The Longest Walk 5 – War on […]
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Senate Democrats worked – frequently in a bipartisan way – to do what is best for the people while being fiscally responsible with the taxpayers’ dollars.
By Jeremy Salt As the Syrian army advances on Raqqa and seals off supply routes to the armed gangs inside Aleppo, no surprise that there is another spike in the propaganda war, this time directed against Russia. Frustration and anger is driving Turkish cross-border shelling of Kurdish and Syrian army positions. Yet in many respects […]
For a 30-day session — one during which shifting economic forecasts necessitated a rewrite of the fiscal year 2017 budget — the session of the New Mexico Legislature that ended Thursday was arguably productive. From driver’s licenses to the state’s finances, Democrats and Republicans worked together to find compromise.