During questioning of the first Black female nominated to lead New Mexico’s Department of Veteran Services, the Republican leader in the State Senate questioned whether the nominee’s “culture” would allow her to lead a state cabinet agency and serve non-Black residents of the state.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A new poll shows the city’s plan to build a soccer stadium is in serious trouble. That poll, commissioned by local publication The Paper, comes just as early voting starts, with the $50 million stadium question as one of the driving issues on the ballot Nov. 2.
It’s critical that, in this time of crisis, our leaders think creatively and expansively about what’s possible and what is required of us.
Will Efforts to Legalize Recreational Marijuana Go Up In Smoke?
Across the country and here in New Mexico, opponents of queer liberation and self-determination have re-organized under the guise of “religious freedom advocates.”