Four progressives vie to replace the longest-serving NM state rep

30 Views   After 27 years in the state House, New Mexico Rep. Gail Chasey (D-Albuquerque) is retiring, and four Democratic candidates are vying for her Nob Hill-area District 18 seat in the primary election. All four say they’re big fans of Chasey and much of the legislation the Majority Floor

Hermits Peak Calf Canyon wildfire victims in legal battle with FEMA

32 Views   MORA COUNTY, N.M. (KRQE) – More than two years since a government-sparked wildfire took everything from victims in northern New Mexico, hundreds of those victims say the federal government is still failing them. KRQE Investigates visited the burn scar where families say they’re fighting another battle, this time with

Millions coming in to help New Mexico campaigns

26 Views   About 26 percent of the money raised for campaigns comes from out-of-state donors In two weeks, voters will be casting their ballots for the New Mexico primary election, and millions of dollars are coming to the Land of Enchantment to persuade your vote.

Senator Heinrich Supports Direct File Tax Returns

36 Views   U.S. Senators Martin Heinrich of New Mexico and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and over 130 lawmakers sent a letter to the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen and the Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel, applauding the successful pilot of the Direct File program, and urging them

New Mexico cannabis industry braces for federal rescheduling

41 Views   ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – In a historic announcement, President Joe Biden says it is time for the feds to rethink how dangerous marijuana really is. His administration is downgrading cannabis in its drug classification. It’s a monumental decision that will impact many areas of the legal marijuana industry, including