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Mayor Berry Fails Leadership Test; No Jobs, No Vision For Albuquerque

Democratic candidate Pete Dinelli unveils “ENERGIZE ALBUQUERQUE” 69 days and counting until the Albuquerque mayoral election and Mayor Berry continues to do nothing about job creation in Albuquerque or any issue that affects the wellbeing of city residents.  He has no idea what to do about jobs, crime,...

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A Plan to Simplify the Tax Code for Businesses and Give Working Families a Better Deal

Yesterday President Obama traveled to Chattanooga, Tennessee today to talk about the first and most important cornerstone of middle class security: a good job in a durable, growing industry.

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State Senator Tim Keller: Botched Behavioral Health Response Unnecessarily Hurting New Mexico

The Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) flawed response to the recent behavioral health audit is unnecessarily hurting New Mexico. From what we know, HHS was undoubtedly faced with a difficult situation when an audit revealed that tens of millions of tax payer dollars was found to be wasted,...

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New Mexico ‘Back to School’ Tax Holiday-August 2-4

State Democrats proposed and signed into law ‘real’ tax relief 8 years ago a Democratic Governor and Democratic legislature proposed and signed into law the New Mexico Tax Holiday.  The intent of this bill was to provide real tax relief to New Mexico families and ensure that the state...

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Thoughts from Sam: Governor Martinez Proves She Is The Most Cold Blooded Governor In America

Martinez Shuts Down 15 Nonprofits Serving 30,000 of the State's Most Vulnerable and Needy Citizens It’s unbelievable what’s happened to New Mexico since Governor Martinez took office 31 months ago: Worst jobs Governor in 50 states Thousands flee state due to lack of jobs #1 in child hunger #2 in adult hunger 50th in...

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As Health Reform Implementation Continues, Consumer Health Care Cost Growth Has Slowed

Prices for personal consumption expenditures (PCE) on health care goods and services rose just 1.1 percent over the twelve months ending in May 2013, the slowest rate of increase in nearly 50 years. The slowdown in PCE health care inflation has been widespread, with important contributions from two large...

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How Immigration Reform Will Benefit Farmers and Rural Communities

Today, the White House released a new report detailing the important benefits provided by the bipartisan Senate immigration reform bill for the domestic agriculture sector, its workforce, and rural American communities. As the report states, in recent years, the agriculture sector has seen strong growth, with farm income and...

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Christy French: Chamber of Commerce Should Cancel 'Tea Party' Group to Train Candidates

Reposted from the Sunday, July 28, 2013 Las Cruces Sun-News What is going on? For years, anyone who has paid attention to paid political advertisements has known that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce champions Republican/Tea Party candidates and ideals. Like most people, I naively felt that my local...

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Senator Tom Udall Introduces Bill to Reduce Tax Bias Against Small Business Investment

U.S. Senator Tom Udall (D-NM) has announced that he has introduced legislation with Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) to preserve a tax deduction that helps businesses buy the equipment they need to grow, at the levels that will encourage job creation and economic growth.

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President Obama Pays Tribute to Korean War Veterans on 60th Anniversary of Armistice: "Your Shining Deeds Will Live"

President Obama today paid tribute to the veterans of the Korean War, marking the 60th anniversary of the war’s end. "Perhaps the highest tribute we can offer our veterans of Korea is to do what should have been done the day you came home,” the...

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2020 Rising Star

Rising Star is the Democratic Party of New Mexico’s annual dinner to honor up-and-coming leaders in the Democratic Party. This year we’re recognizing the accomplishments of Democratic Nominee for Congress (NM-03) Teresa Leger Fernandez and Candidate for State Senate District 23, Harold Pope Jr.