NM Ethics Commission asked to dismiss false political claims

NM Ethics Commission receives motion to dismiss politically motivated and false charges Truth or Consequences-  Representative Rebecca Dow (R-Truth or Consequences) filed with the State Ethics Commission a motion to dismiss the ethics complaint filed by her opponent.  “I have requested the State Ethics Commission immediately dismiss the false and baseless claims my opponent filed against […]

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NM Dems celebrate windfall as NM unemployment ranks 6th worst in nation

New Mexico Democrats Celebrate Temporary Windfall as NM Unemployment Ranks 6th Worst in the Nation Santa Fe – Governor Lujan Grisham’s finance officials today shared their budget outlook with state legislators. The latest budget revenues are higher than expected, leading officials to prematurely celebrate a better than expected budget outlook as the state heads into the […]

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House GOP blasts misuse of Ethics Commission

House GOP blasts absurd ethics claim and misuse of new Ethics Commission Santa Fe – House Republican Leadership today blasted an absurd and improper ethics complaint, and asked the State Ethics Commission to immediately dismiss the politically motivated claim. The three-time democrat challenger of Representative Rebecca Dow filed the absurd claim just as the window […]

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CYFD must address child abuse underreporting in NM

CYFD urged to seriously address underreporting of child abuse as NM schools remain closed Santa Fe – Several House Republican Legislators, and Albuquerque Public Schools (APS) Board of Education member, Peggy Muller-Aragon, today urged the NM Children Youth and Families Department (CYFD) to address the underreporting of suspected child abuse during the continued schools shutdown. […]

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Governor evicts PRC from their offices during COVID crisis

House GOP Leadership calls out Governor for retaliatory eviction of PRC Santa Fe, NM – House Republican Leadership recently questioned the Lujan Grisham administration about their forced eviction of the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission (PRC), and why the relocation of the PRC has not been resolved.  In March 2020, following the Governor’s attempted takeover […]

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