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.
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 ›
Today we share an interview with Jamil Dakwar, Director of the ACLU’s International Human Rights Program and civil rights attorney focused on Palestinian rights. We also use an ABQ Journal Op-Ed to outline how the Governor has put into statute… Read More ›
Acute Chest Pain Lands Paul in ER, But He’s Home and Recovering, Not How We Scripted the First Week of the Session
When, in the last three years, you’ve been to the ER with a saddle pulmonary embolism that nearly killed you, and then a massive stroke, you don’t rely on WebMD when you have excruciating chest pain that persists through the… Read More ›
New Mexico is 50th in everything good. And it’s our children who suffer most. Addressing the needs of children and other underserved communities costs money. NM is always scraping together a budget, but with insufficient resources our state is constrained… Read More ›