We have less than five weeks until the start of the session and to be fully ready, we have much to discuss and to resolve. We’ve got a packed Huddle agenda with guest speakers on hydrogen, criminal justice, public health… Read More ›
Review PRC Nominees & NM’s Energy Future
Nine nominees have been sent to the Gov, four of them very good candidates, but there are very bad choices on the list as well. Our ability to manage, control or regulate the Investor-Owned Utility (IOU) monopolies we now have… Read More ›
Time for Meaningful Environmental Legislation in NM: Local Choice Energy & Green Amendment. Supreme Court Rejects Petition to Invalidate PRC Amendment… Zoom problem solved!
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.
What You May Have Missed
Retake used the Thanksgiving break to catch up in our readying for the 2023 session after taking 8 days off to visit the kids. We use today’s post to catch you up on what is coming, what we’ve written since… Read More ›
Why the NM Supreme Court Should Rule as Unconstitutional, the Amendment Allowing Gov to Appoint PRC Commissioners
Today we revisit a 2020 Constitutional Amendment that a coalition of indigenous organizations is asking the NM Supreme Court to overturn. We outline why Retake and Indivisible ABQ supported the indigenous groups and what is at stake. Before we get… Read More ›
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 ›