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Veteran leader Myles Culbertson spearheads Convention of States Movement in New Mexico

Myles Culbertson | culbertson-partners.com By Paige Wagenknecht Mar 15, 2024 Myles Culbertson, a seasoned figure in various fields including ranching, banking, and law enforcement, has taken the helm as the State Director of the Convention of States Action New Mexico (COSNM). Culbertson’s diverse background, which spans executive roles in state agencies and private sector ventures, uniquely positions him to drive the … Read More

Juan Garcia championing America-first grassroots advocacy organization

Juan Garcia, Chairman of the Coalition of Conservatives in Action | conservativesinaction.org By New Mexico Sun Feb 17, 2024  Chairman of the Coalition of Conservatives in Action (CCIA), Juan Garcia, said that his organization’s mission is to educate citizens “so they can engage and effect reform or change on the local level.”   Garcia’s involvement with CCIA began with the Hispanic … Read More

New Mexico State Rep. Christine Chandler

(Pictured left) & Ramona Goolsby | Facebook | Provided Photo By New Mexico Sun Report Feb 17, 2024 During its public hearings on gun-related bills, the New Mexico House Judiciary Committee faced criticism over alleged participation restrictions last month.   If passed, House Bill 27 would allow law enforcement to petition for red flag orders without credible information from reporting parties … Read More

Paid Family Medical Leave Act dies in New Mexico House

State Republican House Minority Leader Ryan Lane | New Mexico Legislature By New Mexico Sun Feb 21, 2024 The New Mexico Senate Bill 3, also known as the Paid Family Medical Leave Act, failed to pass in the New Mexico House of Representatives. This development has been perceived by many as a political upset. Critics of the bill argued that it … Read More

New Mexico Business Coalition President Carla Sonntag: ‘We’re seeing that the state is happy to take the money from this industry but it frequently is raising barriers and constraints’

Carla Sonntag | Provided by Carla Sonntag By New Mexico Sun Feb 5, 2024    The New Mexico House of Representatives recently conducted a hearing on H.B. 133, a bill proposing amendments to the state’s existing Oil and Gas Act. The proposed changes sparked mixed reactions from citizens, with some expressing support while others voiced concerns. Carla Sonntag, President of the New … Read More