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Online piracy is a serious issue that hurts our economy and costs us jobs in New Mexico. Counterfeit medication and contaminated drugs that are sold online endanger the health of Americans. It is clear that steps need to be taken to combat online piracy, but after further review, I have decided that I can no longer support SOPA in its current form. Over the past few weeks, I have heard from many of my constituents who agree that piracy is an issue that must be addressed, yet have serious concerns with provisions in this bill. After listening to them and talking with folks in the district over the weekend, I took another hard look at the bill. While we need to take steps to address online piracy, we must also protect the unique qualities of the Internet.
nmgreenchamber.comFriday marked two years since the U.S. Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision, declared it legal for corporations – including foreign corporations – to spend unlimited amounts of money in our nation’s elections. The overwhelming impact since that decision has been palpable.
Many Americans associate influenza with the fall, but you may be surprised to learn that during many flu seasons, influenza activity doesn’t peak until winter or early spring. In fact, virus activity peaked in February or later in approximately half of the past 35 flu seasons.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- An Albuquerque woman in a wheelchair said she was refused service on a city bus because the driver felt there was only room for passengers who could stand. Tuesday, January 24, 2012.
Congratulations IGRA University Master’s Degree Recipients!!!
Congratulations to Frank Harrell and Rob Somers, the recipients of a Master’s Degree in Rodeo Arts for 2012. Thanks, guys, for you dedication and hard work in receiving this very difficult, and very rare, degree level from IGRA University.
I outlined more of my anti-corruption agenda today and I'm encouraged that it has bi-partisan support. Public officials who plead guilty to corruption should be immediately fired, lose their pensions, and be subject to more severe penalties. I am also once again asking the legislature to shut the revolving door that turns citizen legislators into special-interest lobbyists by prohibiting former legislators from lobbying for two years after they leave the legislature. We have made progress rooting out corruption, but we can and must do more.
The Public Regulation Commission is proposing a new rule that could significantly reduce the amount of solar energy installed into homes in New Mexico. This new rule would have a significant impact on our state's solar industry.
By Heath Haussamen • News • Gov. Susana Martinez scaled back the agenda for the ongoing 30-day legislative session on Monday, but election reform and various ethics-related proposals including increased penalties for public corruption remain.
Eager to a) bask in the warm glow of job creation, b) let voters know that they’re eager to bask in the warm glow of job creation and c) actually address a problem that is first and foremost in the minds of the people they represent
By Heath Haussamen • News • After receiving criticism from some Democratic legislative leaders that she had put too much on their plate for the 30-day session that’s in progress, Gov. Susana Martinez plans to scale back the scope of the session later today.
Tuesday January 24, 2012
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Jeff and Ken's Humble Abode
(Address posted on events calendar in the nmgra website- www.nmgra.com
This meeting is for the Board of NMGRA to discuss the business and running of NMGRA. All members are encouraged to attend and be a part of the discussions, however only board members have a vote at these meetings. Its also a good time to get to know your elected board members. These meetings will always be on the 4th Tuesday of the month.
By Heath Haussamen • News • “To think that Anthony (Correra) and Marc (Correra) don’t have a stranglehold over this thing is crazy. Because the governor runs this sh*t and they run the governor.” That’s what New Mexico’s investment adviser, Saul Meyer, said to his company’s partners in 2006