Which projects across New Mexico are getting funds from state lawmakers?

24 Views  Â SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – The bill that decides which projects get funded around the state and how much they’ll get has reached the governor’s desk. The Capital Outlay contains pages and pages full of projects with a total cost of more than a billion dollars.

Gun Laws Considered by the New Mexico Legislature

23 Views  Â The New Mexico Legislature has been considering several pieces of legislation regarding firearms during the 60-day session in Santa Fe. Miranda Viscoli, the Co-President of New Mexicans to Prevent Gun Violence, joins KC Counts to explain the organization’s position on the proposed legislation. KRWG Public Media Multi-Media Journalist

Study shows New Mexico’s dependency on federal funds

26 Views  Â NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – A new study by WalletHub ranks states in the union on how dependent on the federal government they are. They looked at a state’s residents’ dependency as well as the state government’s dependency. So how did New Mexico rank?

New Mexico elected official fighting to stay in office

37 Views  Â Torrance County Clerk Yvette Otero was removed from office after she had been accused of drug abuse, having intimate relationships in the workplace and destroying ballots from overseas military personnel, according to records obtained by Target 7.

Hundreds of dollars could come to New Mexicans if bill is passed

35 Views  Â **Editor’s Note: House Bill 547 was amended before passing the House Saturday. With an amendment, the proposed rebates were increased to $500 for single filers and $1,000 for joint filers. The original proposal offered $300 for single filers and $600 for joint filers. NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – The legislative session is

Greenhouse Gas Reduction Bill Stalls In Committee

32 Views  Â A bill that would have established new statewide greenhouse gas emission standards has stalled out in the Senate Conservation Committee and is dead for the session. The bill introduced by Senate Pro-Tem Mimi Stewart would have set statewide greenhouse gas emissions at least 50-percent less than 2005 levels