Santa Fe County is accepting applications from individuals who wish to be appointed by the Board of County Commissioners (Board) to the position of State Representative for House of Representatives District 48.
Regional Coalition Of LANL Communities Sending Letter Seeking Reimbursement Of Improperly Handled Funds
By CAROL A. CLARK Los Alamos Daily Post firstname.lastname@example.org The Regional Coalition of LANL Communities (RCLC) Board of Directors held its April meeting virtually Friday afternoon due to the state mandate for social distancing. Among the routine agenda items was a presentation by the RCLC’s contracted legal counsel Nancy Long. Long presented what was […]
Distinctive members of the New Mexico legislature have endorsed U.S. Senate Candidate, Maggie Toulouse Oliver. Representatives Patricia Roybal-Caballero, Day Hochman-Vigil, Debbie Sariñana, Natalie Figueroa, Joy Garratt, Joanne Ferrary, Angelica Rubio, and Christine Trujillo have all personally endorsed present Secretary of State Toulouse Oliver in her candidacy to become New Mexico’s first female Senator.
Finally, New Mexico has a Governor who has big ideas and is willing to invest in programs that we know work. PreK and other early childhood programs work, I have seen it firsthand throughout my 25 years as a social worker.
Santa Fe, NM– On Aug. 24, 15 NM House Democrats, along with Representatives from the Texas House of Representatives, sent a letter to White House officials that reaffirms their commitment to immigration reform. On Monday, August 20th, state Representatives received a letter from the White House asking legislators across the country to support President Trump’s anti-immigrant sentiments. While these Representatives agree that law enforcement officers should be recognized for their public service, they quickly became aware of the anti-immigration attitudes within the letter and came together to craft a response.