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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 […]

[WATCH] Sandoval County commission takes first steps to enact Koch anti-union law; right-to-work fights move from Roundhouse to counties

We reported earlier this year about the Koch Brothers and Americans For Prosperity and their meddling in ALL levels of New Mexico politics.

An update to the current situation of their involvement in things they shouldn’t be involved in shows that Sandoval County is the current target for a Right-To-Work ordinance to be forced onto New Mexican families. 

Late last week, the Sandoval County Commission held a heavily attended meeting about imposing a county level Right-To-Work ordinance.  Thursday night’s meeting was filled with supporters from Sandoval County at large, including Representative Damon Ely who spoke in opposition to Right-To-Work, emphasizing the educational opportunities and fair wages that unions provide in a state in dire need of these things.

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 […]

Republicans attack abortion… again

As New Mexicans, we understand the value of respect – which is why we respect women to make their own decisions. Personal decisions about abortion need to remain with New Mexican women, their families, and their medical providers.

It’s a runoff! Four things you can do now to help Tim Keller become mayor

The race for mayor is headed to a run-off; but no matter who you voted for yesterday, the choice before us now is clear: we need a mayor who will push for reform of our police department, champions inclusion and opportunity and recommits city hall to community from the top down.

[COMMENTARY] My city was massacred

I went to bed Sunday night thinking two people had been shot in an active shooter situation in my hometown of Las Vegas, Nevada. I didn’t give the situation much thought – active shooter situations are an almost daily occurrence in the U.S. In fact, 273 people have been killed in mass shootings in the U.S. in just the past 280 days, according to the Gun Violence Archive.

I woke up this morning to the worst mass shooting that has ever occurred in our great Republic. As I write this, almost 60 souls are known to have perished, with an almost inconceivable 515 additional people wounded. My city was massacred.

[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, […]

Vote – Just Go Vote… #WhoWeElectMatters

Consider your options, talk to your neighbors, attend one of the remaining forums, and then go vote. Municipal level elections are where change is influenced most immediately. As an outlet for information, keeping people aware, informed and engaged, is always our focus. We urge you to keep the focus as we head toward October 3rd and November 8th and push your friends and fellow community members to vote. We appreciate it and you.

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 […]

Graham-Cassidy: Worse than Other Repeal Bills (especially for NM)

Here’s a couple of questions to consider about a plan that was already rejected once. Which part of the Graham-Cassidy Obamacare repeal is worse? 

 $1500 in funding cuts (cost increases) for New Mexico plans? or, 
Taking Medicaid money from NM to give to Texas to reward TX for not expanding Medicaid to help the poor.
We’ll let you decide…