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Saying that while New Mexico has seen a great deal of progress the past few years. Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham says lawmakers need to go above and beyond during the 30-day session to benefit the lives of state residents.

Lujan Grisham presented her State of the State Tuesday at the Roundhouse.



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Statewide elected officials could be getting a pay bump this coming legislative session if proved by the Legislative Finance Committee.


Joe Smyth

A $600 million effort could make the coal-fired Escalante Generating Station located near Grants the nation’s first successful coal-to-hydrogen conversion project.

Students Rally For Affirmative Consent Legislation

Jan 16, 2022
Kevin Meerschaert / KSFR News

About 200 School for the Arts students and supports Marched to the State Capitol to rally for passage of a Sexual Consent Education Bill.

Santa Fe Community College

In an email to the campus community, Santa Fe Community College President Dr. Becky Rowley Ph.D announced the college will be shifting the start of the spring semester to a virtual setting.


Gino Gutierrez / KSFR News

In front of a mural commissioned by New Mexicans To Prevent Gun Violence, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, along with state, city, and law enforcement officials gathered for a press conference Thursday, to discuss upcoming crime fighting bills ahead of the 30-day legislative session.

BSP Research

A new poll of the New Mexico Hispanic population shows many are still facing serious economic hardship. Much of it is still due to the ongoing COVID epidemic.






City of Albuquerque

On Tuesday evening, members of the community gathered for the first of four scheduled community conversations surrounding the Albuquerque Indian School (AIS) Cemetery located at 4H park.


Gino Gutierrez / KSFR News

The Santa Fe City Council approved the appointment of John Blair to city manager Wednesday in a 8-1 vote.


Lawmakers Want More Funding For NM Water Issues

Jan 12, 2022
Kevin Meerschaert / KSFR News

New Mexico’s water problems are getting worse and some legislators are pushing for more funding beyond what’s being offered in the current budget proposals.


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