Will 2017 See Serious Tax Reform Or A Maintaining Of The Status Quo?
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Will 2017 See Serious Tax Reform Or A Maintaining Of The Status Quo?

Santa Fe – With the 2017 Legislative Session just over two weeks away, closing the budget gap amid declining government revenues and a stagnant New Mexico economy is on top of every lawmakers’ mind when they convene on January 17th. The severity of the budget deficit makes it likely some combination of tax cuts and…

Dems Gear Up For 2020 Redistricting In “Unprecedented New Effort”
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Dems Gear Up For 2020 Redistricting In “Unprecedented New Effort”

Santa Fe – As Democrats lick their wounds after the 2016 election, Republicans now control both chambers in 32 states, the largest state legislative majority held by the GOP since 1920. Democrats will have total control of just 13 state legislatures. A big contributor to the success of the GOP has been attributed to an…

Cangiolosi To Lead NM GOP & New Senate Majority Leader Signals Push For Campaign Finance Reform
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Cangiolosi To Lead NM GOP & New Senate Majority Leader Signals Push For Campaign Finance Reform

Albuquerque – On the second Sunday of this month, the members of the New Mexico GOP State Central committee voted 62% to 38% (251 to 156) to elect Ryan Cangiolosi over John Rockwell as the next chairman of the New Mexico GOP. The campaign to succeed Debbie Maestas as chair turned predictably ugly as anonymous…