Opinions

Luján Statement on Short-Term Highway Bill

by Editor / May 20, 2015 / comments
Courtesy image

Luján Statement on Short-Term Highway Bill

Washington – Congressman Ben Ray Luján of New Mexico’s Third District released the following statement today on a two-month extension of the Highway Trust Fund, which is set to expire at the end of the month.

Editorial: A story in remembrance of Lorenzo Valdez, by Lauren Reichelt

by Editor / May 06, 2015 / comments

Lorenzo Valdez, Courtesy photo

Op-Ed: Driver’s Licenses & Gov's Unwillingness to Compromise

by Editor / Apr 25, 2015 / comments

Opinon Editorial

 

Driver’s License Compromise and Governor’s Unwillingness to Compromise

Op-Ed Submitted by Senate Majority Leader Michael S. Sanchez
(D-29-Bernalillo & Valencia)

April 24, 2015

Earth Day Statement from Congressman Ben Ray Luján

by Editor / Apr 22, 2015 / comments
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Ben Ray Luján of New Mexico’s Third District released the following statement in celebration of Earth Day.

Congressman Ben Ray Luján Statement on Earth Day

Letter To The Editor: Volunteer and Transform Lives Through Literacy

by Staff Reporter / Apr 13, 2015 / comments

Dear community members,

Letter To The Editor: New Mexico Art In Public Places Program In Jeopardy

by Staff Reporter / Apr 11, 2015 / comments

New Mexico Art In Public Places Program In Jeopardy

 
By TISA GABRIEL,
Former New Mexico Arts Division Director 1983-1988
JAMES RUTHERFORD,

Opinion Piece: Solar Energy Shines for All New Mexicans: Let’s Keep It That Way

by Staff Reporter / Apr 05, 2015 / comments
Image of solar array outside home

Solar Energy Shines for All New Mexicans: Let’s Keep It That Way

Opinion Piece submitted by Positive Energy Solar

Letter To The Editor: Recapping the 2015 Legislative Session

by Editor / Mar 23, 2015 / comments

Letter To The Editor:

Recapping the 2015 Legislative Session

 

By FRED NATHAN, Executive Director

Capital Outlay Bill Dies As Legislature Adjourns: Bill Failure Costs Valley $3.5 Million

by Editor / Mar 22, 2015 / comments

Capital Outlay Bill Dies As Legislature Adjourns

  • Bill Failure Costs Valley $3.5 Million 

An unanticipated conflict kills the capital outlay bill funding many local projects. Read on to learn how this conflict arose and what impact it will have on local communties.

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