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  • DMV prepares to issue driver's licenses to people who are here illegally

    DMV prepares to issue driver's licenses to people who are here illegally
    Just weeks before California begins to issue driver's licenses to people in the country illegally, the Department of Motor Vehicles has opened four new offices and hired more than 900 additional staffers to help handle the expected flood of applicants....
  • Mishaps at nuke repository lead to $54 million in penalties

    Mishaps at nuke repository lead to $54 million in penalties
    New Mexico officials issued fines Saturday of $54 million against two contractors for errors in handling nuclear waste that led to a shutdown earlier this year of the nation’s only operating dump for nuclear weapons waste. The fines come amid a...
  • Senate control no cure for Republican ills in 2016

    Senate control no cure for Republican ills in 2016
    Whatever the precise size of the incoming wave — and we'll leave it to forecasters and surfers to fight over that — most models are predicting a Republican takeover of the Senate, as well as gains in the House, following Tuesday's midterm...
  • Republican war on women must be over

    Break out the Hershey's bars and nylons: The war on women is over! Yes indeed, folks, the hostile aggression against 51 percent of the population by that pseudo-cabal of old men, Supreme Court justices (who are old men,) and women who can no longer...
  • Ethnic aristocracies have no place in modern America

    Once upon a time, the liberal position was to reject the old discriminatory branding of people by the color of their skins rather than by the content of their characters. Not now. Political and career advantage is found in trumpeting -- or occasionally...
  • Border surge could be windfall for Senate candidate's air charter firm

    Border surge could be windfall for Senate candidate's air charter firm
    As a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in New Mexico, retired Marine Col. Allen Weh says it's time for tougher border security. As a businessman, Weh stands to benefit from the border crisis. His air charter company, CSI Aviation Inc., is the largest...
  • Another GOP state may be signing up for Medicaid, and the reason is obvious

    Another GOP state may be signing up for Medicaid, and the reason is obvious
    Reports out of Cheyenne say that Wyoming is finally talking to federal officials about expanding Medicaid.  That would make Wyoming the 12th state with a Republican governor to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, leaving 16 with GOP...
  • Hispanics could decide who will lead the nation in 2016

    Throughout recent election cycles, we have all witnessed the increasing influence of the Hispanic population in our nation's political process. Various decades ago, it was strikingly rare to hear a presidential candidate express a word or two in Spanish...
  • New Mexico Governor Sounds Off on the Benefits of State's Production Incentive Program

    In April 2013, New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez signed the so-called "Breaking Bad" bill to increase the state's incentives for film and television production. The action erased a what had been a partial interruption in the state's longstanding and...
  • Shared Interests Have Led New Mexico Unions and Government to Work Together

    Over the past decade, thanks to its aggressive tax rebate, New Mexico has positioned itself as a filmmaking and TV production magnet that's attracted over $2 billion in spending -- including such projects as "Breaking Bad," the new "Manhattan" series,...
  • Tax Incentives Build Thriving Production Culture in New Mexico

    New Mexico production is often synonymous with big-name network and studio tentpoles, but the same incentives that lure Hollywood's biggest players to the state foster more modest filmmaking. Take local producer Marshall Bear. The local film and TV tax...