I am writing today to announce the closure of the New Mexico Independent. After three and a half years of operation in New Mexico, the board of the American Independent News Network, has decided to shift publication of its news…
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A steady activity of film and TV shoots is raising New Mexico’s profile in Hollywood as several films or TV series shot here racked up Oscar and Emmy awards. But the bigger profile is also raising the amount of money New Mexico pays out to film and TV productions through a controversial tax credit program. Critics say it’s a program we can’t afford, but supporters say the program has brought hundreds of millions of dollars in spending and created thousands of high-paying jobs.
Rick Homans is returning to the New Mexico Spaceport Authority as its chairman, Gov. Bill Richardson just announced.
“We are reaching a critical point in our efforts to recruit new jobs to New Mexico, and I will be working closely
The Farmington Daily-Times reported on the latest meeting of the Budget Balancing Task Force put together by Bill Richardson. The meeting, the first to be webcast by the task force, was held in Farmington yesterday afternoon.
New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Secretary Rick Homans announced today that the final two Budget Balancing Task Force meetings will be webcast live.
Governor Bill Richardson announced a budget balancing task force as promised at yesterday’s press conference announcing his budget decisions. The task force will be chaired by Rick Homans, Secretary of the Taxation and Revenue Department.
Gov. Bill Richardson demanded Monday that state agencies identify an additional 3 percent of current year operating budgets for potential reduction in the special session tentatively scheduled for October.
The request comes on top of the cuts approved in this…
Gov. Bill Richardson reiterated Tuesday that he isn’t interested in scaling back his 2003 state income tax cuts or the state tax incentive program for films that his administration vigorously defended over the years.
But the state’s looming budget gap…
There was a somewhat contentious exchange in the Senate Rules Committee today when Senate President Pro Tem Tim Jennings demanded that a cabinet secretary promise to always tell the Legislature the truth even if it would cost him his job.