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The Best Football Prospect Nobody Has Ever Heard of

Easton Bruere should be having the time of his life right now. He just finished his senior season as the quarterback at Rio Rancho High School in Rio Rancho, New Mexico by leading his club to a 13-0 record and a 6A state title. According to MaxPreps, Easton threw for 4,567 yards and 49 touchdowns, with only six interceptions this season. Show More Summary

TEACH WOMEN NOT TO RAPE! (CONT’D): Belen High School employee arrested, accused of rape. An Edu…

TEACH WOMEN NOT TO RAPE! (CONT’D): Belen High School employee arrested, accused of rape. An Educational Assistant at Belen High School has been arrested on multiple charges including criminal sexual penetration. New Mexico State Police say agents from the NMSP Investigations Bureau arrested Victoria Baker, 34, Friday after allegedly being sexually invovled with a student. […]

Right-to-work a question of economic development, fairness

By Brigette Russell, A New Mexico lawmaker wants the state to free itself from its dependency on federal dollars and oil and gas revenue and let the private sector grow the economy.

New Mexico Senator Proposes Voter ID Plan To Scan Voters’ Eyeballs Or Thumbprints

Republican State Senator and Minority Whip Bill Payne says his plan is the "least intrusive" way to prevent voter fraud. The post New Mexico Senator Proposes Voter ID Plan To Scan Voters’ Eyeballs Or Thumbprints appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Los Viagras! New Gang In Mexico Erecting Take-Over Of Prime Drug Country

While all of Mexico has suffered its share of brutal drug cartel and gang violence, Michoacan state has perhaps suffered the worst from Mexico drug gangs. And now a new gang is emerging. They are called Los Viagras and it is feared they may soon gain control of the drug-torn Michoacan turf in Mexico. Show More Summary

College trademark dispute ends peacefully

Both Oklahoma State University and New Mexico State University use a version of “Pistol Pete” as a mascot. OSU found that although NMSU had agreed to use a variant, some items sold in connection with its school continued to use the version infringing on OSU’s. Show More Summary

Watch as This Profoundly Disabled Woman Destroys the Argument for Assisted Suicide

In the United States, seven states are considering assisted suicide legislation including: California, Colorado, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Montana and New Mexico. However, our country isn’t the only one working to pass this dangerous legislation. Show More Summary

Here's 7'5 Sim Bhullar and his 5'7 teammate

Sim Bhullar is tall! Tajuan Porter is short! The Reno Bighorns -- who you might have heard are running a fast-pace, let's-take-a-whole-ton-of-threes offense -- have 7'5 Sim Bhullar out of New Mexico State and 5'7 Tajuan Porter out of Oregon. Show More Summary

NEA New Mexico’s Finances

NEA New Mexico is another state affiliate that survives as constituted primarily through heavy subsidies from NEA national. Total membership – 8,614, down 420 Total revenue – $2.8 million (70% came from member dues), down $130,000 Budget deficit – $92,000 Net assets – $4.1 million Total staff – 21 Staff salaries and benefits – $2 million Highest paid […]

Opting Out of Unions Gets Boost in States

By Mark Peters, The Wall Street Journal A new wave of bills that would allow workers to opt out of joining unions is expected from Maine to New Mexico as Republicans look to capitalize on statehouse gains to put new limits on organized labor.

Food-Safety Bills Start Popping up in State Legislatures

A Republican legislator in New Mexico wants to bail out the state’s school lunch program by using tax money to purchase $1.4 million in locally grown fruits and vegetables, which would then be provided to the schools without charge. State Rep. Jimmie C. Hall of Albuquerque, who is also executive director of the 4-H Development... Continue Reading

New Mexico, Wisconsin primed for right-to-work policies

By Nick Novak, The Washington Times After another wave year for conservatives, multiple states are primed to enact right-to-work policies.

The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History in Albuquerque, New Mexico

The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History was established by the United States Air Force in 1969 as a repository of information about the Atomic Age, from the early days of atomic weapons development through more modern, and peaceful, uses of nuclear technology. Show More Summary

VICE News: VICE News Capsule

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Mass graves are found in Mexico's Guerrero State, Venezuela's economic woes continue, a study finds fracking caused Ohio's earthquakes, and a new antibiotic offers hope in the global war on superbugs.

Republicans prefile right-to-work legislation in NM House

By Mike English, Albuquerque Business First Three members of the Republican-controlled state House announced Monday they prefiled legislation that would prohibit automatic union membership in New Mexico and give workers the right to join or financially contribute to a union — or not.

Pro-Islamic hackers hijack Maryland TV station and New Mexico newspaper’s Twitter feeds

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Pro-Islamic State hackers took over the website and Twitter accounts of a Maryland news station and the Twitter feed of The Albuquerque Journal. Hackers from the CyberCaliphate on Tuesday took over WBOC-TV’s Twitter account and website, which displayed the Islamist group’s black-and-white flag and...

Officials debate New Mexico as a right-to-work state

By Megan Cruz, "Right to work" is a controversial issue that could change the future of economic development in New Mexico.

Arctic cold blast, freezing rain/snow expected for New Years Day

A blast of cold Arctic air is likely to be plunging all the way to Mexico by New Years Day Arctic air will move back into the central Plains, Great Lake States and Western U.S. this week. Winter Storm Warnings, Winter Weather Advisories and Wind Chill Advisories are in effect in many areas and more…

New Mexico’s Largest Utility Wants To Charge Solar Owners Up To $30 A Month

New Mexico's largest electricity provider is the latest utility to try and squeeze more money out of solar users, an issue neighboring states are all too familiar with. The post New Mexico’s Largest Utility Wants To Charge Solar Owners Up To $30 A Month appeared first on ThinkProgress.

GOP Denialism to Sink Capital: 150 Tidal Floods a Year for Washington DC by 2045

Link TV | — “The eastern coast of the United States– from the Gulf of Mexico to New England — has one of the highest rates of sea level rise in the…

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