The head of the state’s Taxation and Revenue Department did not pressure employees to give special treatment to a taxpayer she used to work for, a spokesman says. Continue Reading
By changing how elections are financed in Las Cruces, some hope to counter big money they fear arrived in the city with the recent failed recall attempt. They also hope to open up elections to more people.
The petition drive began last week, even as some city officials said almost no one has shared with them a desire for webcasting. Continue Reading
A multi-billion-dollar Los Alamos contractor tells investigators it needs more money to meet basic safety expectations. Continue Reading
President Barack Obama has pledged that the United States would produce no new nuclear warheads and that life extension programs of existing weapons would not provide “new military capabilities.” Continue Reading
Some New Mexicans agreed with a top Republican Party official’s recent assertion that the GOP is the party of reform in New Mexico. Others rejected the idea. Continue Reading
Many New Mexicans balked at a claim from a top Democratic Party official that the U.S. Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision explains the party’s recent losses here. Continue Reading
Is there a need for publicly funded elections in Las Cruces? Can the city afford it? Those were among the questions raised during discussions NMPolitics.net facilitated on Facebook about the proposal. Continue Reading