The DOJ, now overseen by Jeff Sessions, is walking back years of effort aimed at limiting the harmful effect of state voter ID measure on minorities.
Pending legislation would allow those suffering from incurable diseases in New Mexico to choose the time and place of their demise. Here’s the story of my friend Pat’s decision to end her life in California.
Since 2010, at least 11 bills that would have capped interest rates on storefront lenders have met quiet deaths without ever making it out of their initial committees.
A committee voted along party lines Saturday to temporarily halt the creation of any new charter schools.
New Mexico will not become the nation’s 29th “right-to-work” state, at least not this year.
Sen. Candelaria’s amended bill would put a new requirement in the law that government employees exhaust certain administrative remedies prior to filing a whistleblower claim in court.