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2.16.13 No room at the Courthouse for the public?
2.2.13 Spaceport liability?
1.5.13 The 112th Congress and our own Steve Pierce.
11.23.12 New Mexico’s jobs numbers — worst in the nation.
10.23.12 Problems arise when the Governor and the Attorney General are from different parties, especially when Attorney General Gary King is running to replace Governor Martinez in 2014.
9.13.12 What’s up with the Medicaid expansion decision?
8.30.12 Governor Martinez’s national debut and New Mexico’s job creation record. Need I say it, worst in the nation.
8.18.12 On top of everything else, New Mexico gets low marks for … clumsiness?
8.4.12 Can New Mexico make the right decision on Medicaid expansion? Listen:
7.21.12 Making up numbers and faking an auditor’s signature? Really? Hear the story about the New Mexico Finance Authority:
6.9.12 Private security in the rail yard? Not a great idea. Hear why:
5.19.12 Some good news for a change — the new investment manager of New Mexico permanent fund — formerly troubled by the play to pay scandal – has drastically improved results. Tip of the hat to Steve Moise the investment manager who replaced Gary Bland.
4.20.12 Only in Santa Fe? Is the City investigating councilor Patti Bushee or Steve Duran who made accusations against Bushee, it seems for improper reasons?
3.23.12 The city withheld an audit report that totally refuted claims the city was making about the benefits of annexation until after the vote on the bond issue. What’s up with the (non) transparency of our city government?
1.14.12 Suspending impact fees is not going to fix the housing demand problem.
12.29.11 Goodbye Occupy Santa Fe
Gary King’s Prosecutor Ousted From Police Review Agency
NM’s Dismal Medicaid Fraud Recovery Statistics: December 3
Ben Ray Lujan’s Fancy (taxpayer funded) Mailer: November 10
The Abysmal Performance of NM’s 529 Plans: November 2
Gary King’s Campaign Contribution from New York City Law Firm: October 23
It’s the Tea Party’s Fault that Ben Lujan Is Still Speaker: Oct. 8