MLG burns transparency on pot bill

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMarch 29, 2021 Governor burns public transparency on marijuana Santa Fe, NM- The New Mexico Legislature will meet for special session in less than 24-hours to address the Governor’s failed pot legalization measure. The original five proposals spectacularly went up in smoke in the final days of first 60-day session. Despite the special […]

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MLG ‘holy grail’ pot bill blocks Easter again

MLG pushing for ‘holy grail’ pot bill, while blocking Easter holiday again for second year Santa Fe, NM- House Republican Leader Jim Townsend (Artesia), Whip Rod Montoya (Farmington), and Caucus Chair Rebecca Dow (TorC) questioned Governor Lujan Grisham’s decision to put Easter on the backburner again. Last year the governor’s administration was fiercely criticized after […]

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Rep. Kelly Fajardo appointed to national committee

Rep. Kelly Fajardo appointed to executive committee for Republican Legislative Campaign Committee Los Lunas, NM- New Mexico State Representative Kelly Fajardo (R-Los Lunas) has been selected to join the 2021 executive committee for the Republican Legislative Campaign Committee (RLCC). The executive committee is RLCC’s largest caucus and only national organization devoted to electing Republican state […]

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Possession of a firearm while human or drug trafficking halted

Anti-crime bill tackling human and drug trafficking with a firearm halted in first legislative hearing Santa Fe, NM- Representative Bill Rehm (R-Albuquerque) today presented House Bill 81, an anti-crime bill that would have made being in possession of a firearm while trafficking drugs or trafficking a human , a criminal offense. While the original bill […]

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Rep. Gail Armstrong working to support NM firefighters

Rep. Gail Armstrong working to support New Mexico firefighters Santa Fe, NM- Representative Gail Armstrong (R-Magdalena) has filed House Bill 238, legislation that would redirect funds back to the Fire Protection Fund. Currently the fund receives only 42% of fees collected, with 58% reverting to the general fund every year.  Directing 100% of the funds to the Fire Protection Fund will […]

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