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“Preemption” – Progressive wins in New Mexico cities may be at risk at the state level

“Preemption” – Progressive wins in New Mexico cities may be at risk at the state level

The Las Cruces City Council seated its new and re-elected members today and, in a flourish of newly ...

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“Preemption” – Progressive wins in New Mexico cities may be at risk at the state level

The Las Cruces City Council seated its new and re-elected members today and, in a flourish of newly proposed business, showed what a dedicated panel of progressive leaders can acco ...

[Take Action] Stream access rights have deeper implications for all New Mexicans

[Take Action] Stream access rights have deeper implications for all New Mexicans

As an engaged citizenry, we are accustomed to fighting for the rights we deserve. Part of that, unfo ...

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[Take Action] Stream access rights have deeper implications for all New Mexicans

As an engaged citizenry, we are accustomed to fighting for the rights we deserve. Part of that, unfortunately, is fighting for rights that were taken away, often hastily and discre ...

Hundreds of New Mexicans ask Congressman Pearce to “Step Up”
ProgressNow New Mexico's Lucas Herndon speaks about Rep. Pearce at today's press conference

Hundreds of New Mexicans ask Congressman Pearce to “Step Up”

Today the Step Up Steve coalition today released a letter to Congressman Steve Pearce from nearly 70 ...

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Hundreds of New Mexicans ask Congressman Pearce to “Step Up”

Today the Step Up Steve coalition today released a letter to Congressman Steve Pearce from nearly 700 New Mexicans asking him to take specific policy actions in Congress to support ...

Martinez is 6th “least popular” gov in the country: What do the falling approval numbers actually mean?

Martinez is 6th “least popular” gov in the country: What do the falling approval numbers actually mean?

This week, a national polling company released findings showing that Governor Susana Martinez, alrea ...

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Martinez is 6th “least popular” gov in the country: What do the falling approval numbers actually mean?

This week, a national polling company released findings showing that Governor Susana Martinez, already the two-time recipient of “worst run state” award, is now also the 6th LEAST ...

Guess who voted against helping Puerto Rico after the hurricane? (Hint, he’s running for governor next year)

Guess who voted against helping Puerto Rico after the hurricane? (Hint, he’s running for governor next year)

In the wake of devastating hurricanes that pounded the Carribean this season, Puerto Rico suffered c ...

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Guess who voted against helping Puerto Rico after the hurricane? (Hint, he’s running for governor next year)

In the wake of devastating hurricanes that pounded the Carribean this season, Puerto Rico suffered catastrophic damage that left the island without any infrastructure. Now, one mon ...

Steve Pearce and President Trump agree: No healthcare for you

Steve Pearce and President Trump agree: No healthcare for you

President Donald Trump yesterday signed an executive order aimed squarely at undermining major tenet ...

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Steve Pearce and President Trump agree: No healthcare for you

President Donald Trump yesterday signed an executive order aimed squarely at undermining major tenets of the Affordable Care Act after his party has repeatedly failed to pass so-ca ...

[BREAKING] Gov. Martinez’ bad week keeps getting worse: vetoed bills on hemp, internet, and STEM classes now law

[BREAKING] Gov. Martinez’ bad week keeps getting worse: vetoed bills on hemp, internet, and STEM classes now law

After being accused of stealing a hamburger from a Santa Fe eatery earlier this week, Governor Susan ...

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[BREAKING] Gov. Martinez’ bad week keeps getting worse: vetoed bills on hemp, internet, and STEM classes now law

After being accused of stealing a hamburger from a Santa Fe eatery earlier this week, Governor Susana Martinez just received even more bad news. The ten bills she vetoed without ca ...

Alan Webber Announces Running for Santa Fe Mayor in his Interview with Richard Eeds

Alan Webber Announces Running for Santa Fe Mayor in his Interview with Richard Eeds

With Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzales' surprise announcement this month that he will not seek a second ...

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Alan Webber Announces Running for Santa Fe Mayor in his Interview with Richard Eeds

With Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzales' surprise announcement this month that he will not seek a second term, the March 2018 election to lead the capitol city is underway.  Five ...

[Breaking] Martinez may have violated Federal SEC rules with pay-to-play deals

[Breaking] Martinez may have violated Federal SEC rules with pay-to-play deals

The International Business Times published an article today detailing allegations that Governor Susa ...

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[Breaking] Martinez may have violated Federal SEC rules with pay-to-play deals

The International Business Times published an article today detailing allegations that Governor Susana Martinez used her office to help private companies who made big donations to ...

Once again, Rep. Steve Pearce holds town hall and doesn’t really say anything

Once again, Rep. Steve Pearce holds town hall and doesn’t really say anything

Congressman Steve Pearce attended a small community meeting in Anthony today to answer questions abo ...

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Once again, Rep. Steve Pearce holds town hall and doesn’t really say anything

Congressman Steve Pearce attended a small community meeting in Anthony today to answer questions about immigration, public lands, and healthcare but mostly used political platitude ...

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