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ANOTHER BILL SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR, WAIVES COLLEGE TUITION FOR FOSTER CHILDREN.
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Courtesy Photo New Mexico State 4-H Leadership Team was introduced by Secretary of Agriculture Jeff Witte to Governor Susana Martinez during their visit to the Santa Fe Round House on New Mexico 4-H Day.
For more than 120 years our people, the Chiricahua Apaches, now the Fort Sill Apache Tribe have sought to return to our New Mexico homeland.
RIO RANCHO >> Gov. Susana Martinez signed a $6 billion state budget on Tuesday, but she eliminated pay raises for judges, district attorneys and appointed government workers.
PRIMARY CONVENTION. BUT THAT'S NOT STOPPING HIM FROM TRYING TO BECOME NEW MEXICO'S NEXT GOVERNOR.
The SIC on Tuesday said it is overseeing $19 billion, a record for the council. The state saw returns of 16.28 percent in calendar year 2013, more than double its annual return target of 7.5 percent.
Governor Susana Martinez signed New Mexico's Fiscal Year 2015 State Budget Tuesday, a bipartisan compromise that enacts several initiatives to increase New Mexico's healthcare workforce, invests in key job creation efforts, and expands education reform initiatives as a means of getting more education dollars into the classroom to help struggling ... (more)
SNTA FE >> Attorney General Gary King is committed to staying in the race for governor despite his last-place finish at a Democratic pre-primary nominating convention, his campaign manager said Monday.
KOB Eyewitness News 4 discovered some honest police cadets at the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy tried to turn in their superiors for cheating.
The new law will grant a tuition waiver at New Mexico's public colleges or universities for some high school graduates who were in the state's foster care system or in the legal custody of an American Indian tribe.
Gov. Susana Martinez has signed legislation into law giving businesses more time to potentially reduce their tax liability after experiencing an operating loss.
State Sen. Howie Morales is surrounded by supporters during his speech to Democratic pre-primary convention delegates Saturday in Albuquerque.
State Secretary Veronica N. Gonzales will read a proclamation at the state Capitol on behalf of Gov. Susana Martinez, proclaiming Monday as "Tibet Day."
It is often stated that Republicans are viewed as the old white male party. This is an image fostered in part by the fact the vast majority of minority governing officials are Democrats.
New Mexico schools will now be able to stock emergency medication to treat students who suffer asthma attacks or allergic reactions.