While several small loan rate bills were deemed not to be germane, Rep Herrera has introduced a rate bill (36%) that appears to have been crafted to be deemed germane. And we have an important and informative Huddle tonight, details… 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 ›
HB 6 Clean Future Act, introduced by Rep. Nathan Small and House Speaker Brian Egolf, while badly flawed, does force the state to produce data on GHG emissions every year, a big plus. It sets some lofty goals, but the… Read More ›
Mirroring the proposed climate goal from our Governor, Exxon announced its plan to reach Net Zero by 2050. Plus updates on new bills and on the Hydrogen Hub. Legislative Strategy Huddle Zoom, Weds, January 19, 6-7pm. We’ll be joined by Sen. Bill… Read More ›
I wanted to get this out to you before we are all wrapped up in the Legislative Session, so in addition to a reminder of our Zoom Huddle Weds. at 6 pm, we offer info on Working America.
Last week I asked the rhetorical question: How did NM wind up with three of our largest industries being nuclear armament, nuclear waste storage, and fossil fuel extraction? Today, we hear from the Los Alamos Study Group, offering a report… Read More ›