Dan Boyd

Improved finances have lawmakers hopeful for a good-natured session... [Read More]
Head of agency cites concerns about overbilling... [Read More]
A bipartisan group of New Mexico lawmakers has unveiled a proposed rewrite of the Legislature's harassment policy that would require an outside expert to be... [Read More]
Closing arguments were filed this week in a landmark court case that essentially put New Mexico's public education system on trial. Now, it's up to... [Read More]
A years-old debate over use of force by police could resurface in the coming 30-day legislative session. [Read More]
Legislation would shield officers from liability for actions in the line of duty... [Read More]
The GOP field for a southern New Mexico-based congressional seat has undergone a shake-up. Gavin Clarkson, a Las Cruces resident who held a Trump administration... [Read More]
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jeff Apodaca insists his jobs plan - which he says would create 225,000 new jobs - would be fiscally prudent despite taking... [Read More]
Two Democrat lawmakers have written to Gov. Martinez to condemn the move... [Read More]
Higher spending on programs in each... [Read More]
When it comes to spending priorities, Gov. Susana Martinez and a key New Mexico legislative committee don't appear to be far apart. With a 30-day... [Read More]
Budget plan includes raises for state workers, more education spending... [Read More]
Drilling bonanza could pump millions into New Mexico coffers... [Read More]
Gov. Susana Martinez said last month that it was "shocking" that Senate Democrats elected Michael Pa ... [Read More]
Michelle Lujan Grisham and Jeff Apodaca, both running for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination for New Mexico governor, have both been accused of improprieties in recent... [Read More]
New Mexico state agency that oversees various programs for elderly state residents announced today it will sever its contract with one of four regional management... [Read More]
No one said a campaign for governor of New Mexico would be a walk in the park, but two top Democratic candidates are finding the... [Read More]
1.5% boost would be first across-board increases since 2014... [Read More]
The proposed bill would make application to at least one college a high school graduation requirement for students entering the 11th grade. [Read More]
Democratic rival in governor race wants investigation of bias claim by ex-intern... [Read More]
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