Tuesday, January 17, 2012
New Mexico News
By Bill Jordan • Commentary • Tax cuts. Really? At a time when the state is barely beginning to recover from having slashed hundreds of millions of dollars from the budget, Governor Martinez wants to cut revenue even deeper by cutting taxes?
By Heath Haussamen • News • A 30-day session of the New Mexico Legislature begins today with the governor’s state of the state address. NMPolitics.net is liveblogging the event beginning around 11:45 a.m. Click on the headline to join in.
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An Albuquerque couple is happy to be back at home. The two have heat, clothes and the comfort of knowing they made it out alive from the Costa Concordia cruise ship.
Snow in Northern New Mexico has caused some closings and dangerous driving conditions in the area Tuesday. View a live picture of snow in Taos Get updated traffic conditions Get your weather forecast Check closings
Members of the New Mexico's version of the national protests against Wall Street are slated to greet state lawmakers at the start of the new legislative session.
By Heath Haussamen • News • Click on the headline to watch Gov. Susana Martinez’s state of the state address live. Her office estimates that it will start around 12:30 p.m. today.
A web survey conducted on KOB.com reveals voters graded Governor Susana Martinez a ‘C’ when it comes to her performance so far on fighting public corruption.
Some non-profits in Albuquerque saw a 10 percent slash in funding and that is having a direct impact on the community.
Immigrant advocates and their allies are preparing for another round of rallies in their quest to protect a state law that allows some illegal immigrants to obtain a state driver's license.
See what issues will dominate the debate during the 2012 legislative session in Santa Fe.