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Connecticut, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Virginia, South Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Idaho and Indiana. What do these states have in common?...Show More Summary

Open Thread: I Like Gridlock [Y-not]

This is what you get when control of your state legislature is divided: I like it! Here's a round up of what New Mexico's legislature did. Governor Martinez was trying to get them to repeal issuing drivers licenses to illegals,...

US, Mexico to Launch Clean Energy Taskforce for Combatting Climate Change

The White House stated that the United States and Mexico will create a new joint clean energy and climate policy taskforce in an effort to fight climate change.

A Scientist Bought the Wrong Brand of Kitty Litter, Caused a Nuclear Accident

On Valentine's Day of last year, workers at the only permanent underground nuclear waste storage facility in the United States had to be evacuated after an explosion caused radiation to leak into New Mexico's Waste Isolation Pilot Plant. Show More Summary

New U.S.-Mexico Internship Exchange Program Develops Strong Regional Workforce for the 21st Century

On March 16, Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs Evan Ryan and Under Secretary for North American Affairs for the Government of Mexico Sergio Alcocer signed a Memorandum of Understanding to officially establish the U.S.-Mexico Internship Exchange Program.

Another ‘Ag-Gag’ Bill Is Dead, Thanks to PETA Supporters

After hearing from hundreds of PETA supporters, New Mexico's lawmakers let the state's "ag-gag" bill die without even holding a committee hearing on it. The post Another ‘Ag-Gag’ Bill Is Dead, Thanks to PETA Supporters appeared first on PETA.

Kudos to the New Mexico Legislature for Abolishing Civil Asset Forfeiture

Adam Bates Good news from out west.  A New Mexico bill, HB 560, to restrict civil asset forfeiture has cleared the legislature - receiving unanimous support in the State House and State Senate - and awaits the signature of Governor Susana...Show More Summary

Document Reveals New Zealand Spied on Trade Partners Using NSA Tools

The XKeyscore surveillance software was used to intercept the electronic communications of the high-profile candidates from Brazil, Indonesia, Mexico and South Korea, among other states.

New Mexico Legislature Votes To Increase Film Tax Credits

Two new bills to increase New Mexico's film tax incentives have sailed through the state Legislature. The measures now go to Governor Susana Martinez, who is expected to sign them into law. One of the bills, which the state Senate approved...Show More Summary

Kara Tippetts, Who Pleaded With Brittany Maynard Not to Kill Herself, is Dying

In October 2014, terminally ill cancer patient, Brittany Maynard announced that she was going to take her own life under Oregon’s assisted suicide law. Oregon is one of five states in the United States, along with New Mexico, Montana, Washington, and Vermont that allow assisted suicide for terminally ill patients. In response to Maynard’s announcement, […]

NCAA bracket 2015: Kansas clips New Mexico State, Northern Iowa moves on and Michigan State hangs on

A bracket update on three early games on Day 2 of the Round of 64. The beginning of the second day of action in the Round of 64 in the NCAA Tournament was two-thirds exciting and one-third expected. Kansas went up early against New Mexico State and didn't look back. Show More Summary

NCAA tournament roundup: Day 2

No. 2 Kansas 75, No. 15 New Mexico State 56: Frank Mason III scored 17 points to lead a balanced attack, and the Jayhawks rolled to a 75-56 victory over No. 15 seed New Mexico State on Friday, giving their beleaguered conference its first NCAA Tournament victory in four tries this March....

Kansas vs. New Mexico State: Score and Twitter Reaction from March Madness 2015

The bleeding has finally stopped for the Big 12 Conference in the NCAA tournament. After the league went 0-3 on Thursday with Baylor and Iowa State losing in shocking fashion, Kansas got the Big 12 back on track with a 75-56 second-round win over New Mexico State in Midwest Region action on Friday. Show More Summary

Kansas is doing everything well except dunk against New Mexico State

No. 2-seeded Kansas is having a fairly easy time with 15th-seeded New Mexico State in the opening game of Friday’s NCAA tournament action. Well, almost. The dunking skill seems to have eluded them. And then, later in the game, Kelly Oubre Jr. just couldn’t get it through the hoop. Come on, Kansas. https://t.co/ITp28t9Giy — SB […]

Kansas' Perry Ellis Misses Dunk, Has Shot Blocked in 1st Minute vs New Mexico St

This was a less-than-ideal start for Perry Ellis. In the first minute of Friday's matchup against New Mexico State, the Kansas forward missed a dunk and had his shot blocked on back-to-back possessions. [CBS] Read more College Basketball news on BleacherReport.com

NCAA Tournament 2015: Live Scores, Highlights for Friday's Round of 64

Following a wild Thursday, the 32 teams left in the second round will try to match yesterday's madness on Friday. The No. 2 Kansas Jayhawks will open up the afternoon session against the No. 15 New Mexico State Aggies in Omaha. A few upsets could occur later in the first set of games, when No. Show More Summary

DoD Plans Exercises in Civilian Areas in Western US => May Violate Posse Comitatus Act

Another day, another law broken? Map Infowars The Department of Defense is planning upcoming military exercises to take place in several Western states, including: California, Texas, Arizona, and New Mexico.   The military  exercises are going to take place in civilian areas, not on … Continue reading ?

New Mexico Legislature Lets Partial ‘Ag-Gag’ Bill Languish in Committee

New Mexico bill requiring anyone making video or digital recordings of livestock injuries to submit the recording to law enforcement within 24 hours has been allowed to languish in the state Senate Judiciary Committee. New Mexico lawmakers leave for home on Saturday, meaning that Senate Bill 221 is almost certainly dead. The striking blow was a... Continue Reading

New Mexico State Aggies vs. Kansas Jayhawks Odds, March Madness Analysis, Pick

Kansas is once again a high seed for the NCAA tournament, but the Jayhawks are also just 1-4 against the spread in their last five round of 64 games. Kansas will try to tackle a double-digit spread when it battles New Mexico State in the Midwest Region's No. Show More Summary

New Mexico Lawmakers Advance Bill to Create Open Season on Mountain Lions

On Friday, the New Mexico House Agriculture, Water, and Wildlife Committee advanced a bill that would effectively treat the state's mountain lions as nuisance animals. According to The New Mexican, the bill would overturn a regulations that currently...

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