HB123, Introduced by Senator Harold Pope (D-Bernalillo) and Representative Kathleen Cates, would make public libraries ineligible to receive state funding if they ban material based on political or religious ideology or other arbitrary factors. Read the story and watch the video here.
From Source NM: An effort to fix the state’s anti-corruption statute after the New Mexico Supreme Court barred prosecutors from bringing criminal charges under several of its provisions died in the state Senate. The legislation languished in a committee after clearing the House 66-0 with two weeks to go in the legislative session, which ended…
Bill calls for expanded coverage for prosthetics patients in NM
Today I am at Rio Rancho’s Coffee with a Cop in District 44. Watch to find out more about this neighborhood policing initiative and how police, fire and first responders in Rio Rancho are engaging their community.
Kathleen previews the upcoming legislative session, plus she tells us why we have 30-day sessions in New Mexico.
KOAT News story