UPDATE: According to Gov. Lujan Grisham’s spokesperson Nora Meyers Sackett, this plan was made available on May 1. We had obviously not seen it.
Among the many concerns that the Rio Grande Foundation has with the Gov.’s ongoing response to the Virus and economic crises facing New Mexico is the abject lack of transparency.
The Rio Grande Foundation obtained this document today. It is dated April 30 and it lays out some pretty specific plans for moving New Mexico’s economy forward beyond the Covid19 issue. Specifically, it addresses how businesses and regions will be treated.
- Has this document been shared with the public? If not, why not?
- What science and modeling is this proposal based on ?
- Why is the Gov. so focused on moving NM forward “as one State” rather than with relatively unaffected regions taking the lead?
2 Replies to “Is this Gov. Lujan Grisham’s reopening plan and why hasn’t she made it public yet?”
Governor Michelle Lujan-Grishim is a Micro Manager.
Attempting to run the NM Health Dept under Gov Richardson showed her management style. As Governor, she has proven she can be consistent!
Opening of the State should start with input from the Counties. I was going to reference the NM Constitution, concerning emergencies, declared by the Executive department, …….Oh, yeah, when the law was written, the Constitution was changed.