Republicans take New Mexico’s congressional map to trial

21 Views   ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Republicans in New Mexico are arguing the state’s new congressional boundaries are gerrymandered, giving an unfair advantage to Democrats. This case is playing out in Lovington, but the New Mexico Supreme Court weighed in Tuesday and made a big decision.

New Mexico redistricting case set to begin

21 Views   ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The race for Congressional District Two is one of the most contested in the country. The new map includes areas of Bernalillo County, which led to a lawsuit from New Mexico Republicans accusing Democrats of gerrymandering with that redistricting.

New Mexico State Revenues Continue To Rise

36 Views   According to state economists, New Mexico’s recurring revenue estimates continue to soar, outpacing most of the rest of the nation. During the last report back in December, the estimate was 12.5% revenue growth which at the time was the largest estimated revenue growth in the country. It turns

Legislative committee talks CARA program reforms

36 Views   ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – On the heels of an Albuquerque town hall, New Mexico state lawmakers are learning more about the state’s new plan to improve the Comprehensive Addiction Recovery Act, or CARA.

Lawsuits pile up against New Mexico Governor after public health order

51 Views   ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham is now facing four different lawsuits as gun rights advocates look to challenge the constitutionality of her new order. All of the lawsuits are similar, arguing that the Public Health Order (PHO) goes against the United States Constitution.

New Mexico officials project record budget in 2024

72 Views   LAS VEGAS, N.M. – The Legislative Finance Committee presented its budget report Wednesday in Las Vegas, and it’s projecting a lot of extra money. This isn’t the first year they have projected big bucks coming in either, but what does this really mean for our state?

Early educators advocating for higher wages and better support

63 Views   Parents and teachers talk about improvements to early education system. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Parents and early educators from across New Mexico love their kids, and they care about their futures. They say something needs to be done to address the state’s early education system.

New Mexico State Senator Ivey-Soto accused of breaking state ethics laws

70 Views   ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – New Mexico Senator Daniel Ivey-Soto is in hot water again: a wide-ranging ethics complaint attacks the Albuquerque Democrat for playing both sides of the legislature as a lawmaker and a lobbyist. KRQE News 13 spoke with the attorney who filed the complaint and the