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Thursday, January 26, 2012

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By Gwyneth Doland • News • Gov. Susana Martinez on Wednesday endorsed a plan by Rep. David Doyle that would give the construction industry a break on gross receipts taxes. Meanwhile, Sen. Steve Fischmann proposes eliminating the tax on all business services
Republican Gov. Susana Martinez will face her first test of this legislative session Thursday over a proposal to stop New Mexico from granting driver's licenses to illegal immigrants.
From a landmark joint that's back in business to the new yoga, discover what's happening in Santa Fe.
Discover the newest hot spots in New Mexico's capital city. shared a link.
By Heath Haussamen • Analysis • Most agree that policymakers need to address issues with the law allowing undocumented immigrants to obtain driver’s licenses, but the governor and many Democrats are at odds over what to do. A victory by either side or a compromise appears to be unlikely again
A man was awarded $22 million for the inhumane treatment he endured while at the Dona Ana County Jail. While in jail, he wrote more than a dozen letters, asking for medical help. shared a link.
By Sarah Lenti • Commentary • Here's what my colleagues and friends in their 20s and 30s - of all professions, parties and persuasions - thought about the policy ideas in the State of the Union Address.
Governor Susana Martinez told lawmakers not to bother passing any bills that would do away with the $50 million cap on the payback deal for movie-makers.
The gross receipts tax on goods and services is applied to contractors, subcontractors and suppliers on construction projects. Taxes pile up on the finished project, making it more expensive and not competitive with other states.

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