Today, we’ll report briefly on the Supreme Court hearing this past Monday and on the PRC Commissioner nomination process, as well as offer info on two important pieces of environmental legislation that Retake is supporting.
Ruminations on Air Travel, Thanksgiving and NM’s Future
We’ve escaped the election, largely unscathed on the national level. And in NM, our plate is set for a transformational legislative session. Thanksgiving can be a time of food, family and frolic, but with a four day weekend, it can… Read More ›
New Study Makes NM’s Path Clear: Accelerate to Renewables or Face Huge Economic Consequences of Gas & Oil’s Inevitable Collapse
Today we share a new strategy for getting the Green Amendment passed in 2022. And we offer excerpts and commentary on the inevitable collapse of gas & oil and how NM must behave if it is to minimize the damage…. Read More ›
22 Year-Old Kirtland Air Base Massive Toxic Plume Remains Unmitigated, Texas Court Denies Suit to Force Air Force to Do Something: Green Amendment Anyone?
Also, a quote from Heather Cox Richardson and link to her 4.22 post, commentary on Kirtland and how it demonstrates the need for a Green Amendment and a link to Kiss the Ground, a powerful film about sustainable agriculture &… Read More ›
URGENT ALERT: ACTION NEEDED NOW! Plus a Legislative Update; A Look Forward, and a Look Back at Last Week
This is why we do this. A team of advocates has been working for months with bill sponsors to develop SJR-3 aka The Green Amendment. An unfriendly amendment from Sen. Ivey-Soto threatens to undermine the bill’s intent and power. We… Read More ›
The Truth About How a State Public Bank Would Benefit New Mexicans; A Green Amendment Response to Critics; Ta-Nehisi Coates On the Capitol Insurrection
We offer a short, clear piece on why we need a Public Bank, plus a 28-minute interview with Maya K. Van Rossum, founder of the Green Amendment, responding to concerns about the legislation, then an insightful interview with Ta-Nehisi Coates… Read More ›