SANTA FE ― Earlier this week, a group of workers filed a second lien in Santa Fe County against the owners of Shohko Café, a local Santa Fe restaurant that recently announced its closure, as part of a two-year fight to recoup nearly $116,000 in stolen wages, damages and other costs.
Santa FE, NM — On Friday, Feb. 1, dozens of low-wage workers, including tipped workers, and their families, will attend the second committee hearing of proposed House Bill 31 (HB 31) that would increase the state’s minimum wage.
SANTA FE, NM – On Monday, Jan. 28, immigrant families, low-wage workers and their allies from across New Mexico as well as labor, faith and civil rights leaders, will hold a march and rally in support of a slate of legislative proposals aimed at leveling the playing field for immigrant families and low-wage workers.
March and rally to support legislation is scheduled for Monday.
SANTA FE, NM ‒Today, Friday, Jan. 25, the Senate Public Affairs Committee will hold the first hearing on SB 196, a proposal sponsored by Sen. Richard Martinez (D-Española) and Sen. Linda Lopez (D-Albuquerque) that would ensure New Mexico’s limited resources are used to keep communities safe and not diverted toward deporting and separating immigrant families.