Today, Congressman Ben Ray Luján (D-N.M.), the U.S. House Assistant Speaker, hosted a roundtable with Farm to Table New Mexico and Sandoval County farmers to discuss their efforts to provide healthy, sustainable foods to New Mexicans and how New Mexico is utilizing U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) programs to support local food systems.
Linda J. Padilla, Rio Arriba County Clerk, issues statement to Voter’s for the upcoming November 5 election.
Currently, the New Mexico Office of the Attorney General is investigating e-cigarette companies for unlawful marketing of e-cigarettes to minors, and the Office will investigate and prosecute any allegation of death caused by an e-cigarette.
In a decision rendered by the First Judicial District Court in Santa Fe on Monday, September 30, 2019, the Court denied the emergency application for temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction requested by plaintiffs Bruce Duran, David Salazar, Patrick Herrera, Charles Wright and Robert Garcia in their lawsuit against the Board of Trustees (Board) for Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Coop).
New Mexico State Sen. Carlos Cisneros, who passed away Sept. 17, will be remembered Friday, Sept. 27 for his life and honored for his service to the state at a memorial service in the State Capitol Building.
Indian Affairs Department Awards Over $540,000 To Special Projects And Tobacco Cessation And Prevention Programs In New Mexico Tribal Communities
During the 2019 New Mexico Legislative Session, IAD received a General Fund Appropriation to support special projects in Fiscal Year 2020 that benefit NM tribal communities. From this appropriation the department made funds available for projects that identify and address a need of tribal communities across New Mexico.
U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich introduces the Clean Energy Jobs Act to establish a comprehensive, nationwide program at the Department of Energy to improve education and training for careers in clean energy
Furnishings removed from the governor’s mansion will be available for sale to the public 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday at the State Surplus warehouse in Santa Fe.
Filed in 1978, the lawsuit alleging civil rights violations led to a 1980 consent decree, named after the since-deceased lead plaintiff, Dwight Duran, that established requirements for inmate living conditions within the state’s correctional system.