Santa Fe, NM – According to a recent report, the Center for Civic Policy and NAVA Education Project offered $50 stipends to individuals to lobby New Mexico’s first independent and nonpartisan Citizen Redistricting Committee (CRC) to pass their privately funded redistricting maps. The accusations of paying to influence the CRC are seemingly backed up by emails gathered by a local ethics watchdog group, and raise concerns over transparency and influence as the state embraces the independent and nonpartisan redistricting efforts.
New Mexico National Guard and DEA to Sponsor Drug Awareness Campaign for Grant Middle School Students on Friday
New Mexico National Guard and DEA Sponsor Drug Awareness Campaign for Students and Communities during Red Ribbon Month. The New Mexico National Guard Joint Counterdrug Task