IRS keeps Albuquerque Tea Party in limbo 5 years after tax-exempt status application
Before there were the lost Lerner emails, the congressional hearings and the retaliatory budget cuts, there was the Albuquerque Tea… READ MORE
Feds rile ranchers by fencing off water for cattle — to protect a jumping mouse!
The Obama administration’s crackdown on Western land use has sparked a furor over the Forest Service’s decision to fence off a creek used by thirsty cattle in drought-stricken Otero County, New Mexico.
The Otero County… READ MORE
Abortion ban defeated in groundbreaking Albuquerque referendum
Voters in Albuquerque easily defeated a ban on abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy, dealing a major blow Tuesday to pro-life advocates who had hoped that a win using the city’s referendum process would be… READ MORE
Abortion battle goes local in New Mexico as Albuquerque votes on 20-week ban
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Three years after Dr. George Tiller, one of the few doctors who openly advertised that he performed late-term abortions, was killed by a protester in Wichita, Kan., two of his fellow doctors… READ MORE
GOP lawmakers bring lawsuit to block gay marriage licenses in New Mexico
SANTA FE, N.M. â€” A group of Republican legislators has brought the first lawsuit to try to block gay marriage in New Mexico since six counties began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples in the… READ MORE
ACLU â€˜stunnedâ€™ as N.M. judge rules gay marriage legal, despite law
New Mexico doesnâ€™t have a specific constitutional provision or law that allows same-sex marriages, but a judge said on Monday that prohibiting the unions is a form of sexual discrimination â€” and by proxy, ruled… READ MORE
NM Supreme Court Finds Refusing to Photograph Gay Wedding Illegal
The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that, by refusing to photograph a gay wedding, a photography studio violated the New Mexico Human Rights Act (NMHRA).
The court found that Elane Photographyâ€™s refusal to… READ MORE
Gov. Susana Martinez asks Legislature to reduce corporate income tax
SANTA FE, New Mexico â€” Republican Gov. Susana Martinez is asking the Legislature to reduce New Mexico’s corporate income tax… READ MORE
New Mexico: Heather Wilson Has Run Her Last Race
Former New Mexico Rep. Heather Wilson has seen her last political race.
The Republican, who lost to now-Sen. Martin Heinrich… READ MORE
New Mexico firm applies for first horse meat slaughterhouse
By Stephen Dinan-The Washington Times
A New Mexico slaughterhouse has petitioned the federal government to become the first business to… READ MORE
Judge Sets New Mexico Map
By Kyle Trygstad, Roll Call
A New Mexico state judge approved a Congressional redistricting plan on Thursday that makes no significant shifts in the lines or competitiveness of the stateâ€™s three districts.
The Albuquerque-based 1st… READ MORE
Third Democrat Vies to Succeed Heinrich in N.M. District
ByÂ Kyle Trygstad, Roll Call
A third Democrat has entered the open-seat race for New Mexicoâ€™s 1st district.
Bernalillo County Commissioner Michelle Lujan Grisham announced Tuesday that she is running for the Albuquerque-based seat, joining former… READ MORE
Los Alamos fire moves away from nuclear wasteByÂ Cynthia Bowers, CBS News
The government sent a plane equipped with radiation monitors over the Los Alamos nuclear laboratory Wednesday as a 110-square-mile wildfire burned at its doorstep, putting thousands of scientific experiments on hold… READ MORE