The City of Albuquerque rejected rent control legislation, but a bill will be introduced in the upcoming session.
My opinion piece which ran in papers around the state over the last several days asks some pertinent questions.
A scandal recently exposed by KRQE’s Larry Barker involving New Mexico’s capital outlay process illustrates why passing Amendment 2 was a bad idea and highlights other issues in state/local governance.
Once upon a time Arizona trailed New Mexico in education outcomes (4th grade reading NAEP scores). According to Statista, New Mexico now spends 19th-most among US states on K-12 education (More than $15,000 per-student).