• Associated Press Jun 8, 2019

    House Panel Highlights Risks Over Nuclear-Storage Stalemate

    Southern California’s San Onofre nuclear power plant was permanently closed in 2013, but the site remains home to 3.5 million pounds of nuclear waste that has nowhere else to go.

  • Governor Jun 2, 2019

    Partisan Control Determines How States Act on Voting Rights

    New York voters for years have experienced some of the longest wait times in the nation on Election Day. Attempts to fix the problem routinely became casualties of the divided politics of the state Legislature. That dynamic changed last November, when Democrats won majorities in both legislative chambers, and it didn’t take them long to act. Just weeks into this...

  • Associated Press Jun 1, 2019

    Voter Surge in 2018 Prompts Voting Reforms, Restrictions

    New York voters for years have experienced some of the longest wait times in the nation on Election Day. Attempts to fix the problem routinely became casualties of the divided politics of the state Legislature. That dynamic changed last November, when Democrats won majorities in both legislative chambers, and it didn’t take them long to act. Just weeks into this...

  • Associated Press May 27, 2019

    Abortion Debate Highlights Divide in Democrat-Led States

    A bill seeking to preserve abortion protections in state law fails to pass a key committee. Lawmakers cite God, church and faith in proclaiming their opposition to it. Abortion-rights groups protest outside a gathering of lawmakers. What sounds like a legislative fight in a state controlled by anti-abortion Republicans is actually quite different. The bill seeking to protect abortion rights...

  • Governor Apr 21, 2019

    FBI Arrests Alleged Member of Armed Group Stopping Migrants in New Mexico

    The FBI on Saturday arrested a man described as a commander of an armed group that has been detaining migrants in New Mexico, the state attorney general’s office said and NBC News reported. Larry Mitchell Hopkins, 69, of Flora Vista, New Mexico, was arrested for allegedly being a felon in possession of a weapon, New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas...

  • DONALD TRUMP Feb 7, 2019

    New Mexico Governor Withdraws National Guard From Border, Slams Trump's ‘Charade'

    The governor of New Mexico ordered the state’s National Guard to withdraw a majority of its troops from the southern border, slamming what she called President Donald Trump’s “charade” shortly before his State of the Union address, NBC News reported. “New Mexico will not take part in the president’s charade of border fear-mongering by misusing our diligent National Guard troops,”...

  • New York Jan 13, 2019

    Democrats Roll Out Big Healthcare Proposals at State Level

    Riding the momentum from November’s elections, Democratic leaders in the states are wasting no time delivering on their biggest campaign promise — to expand access to health care and make it more affordable. The first full week of state legislative sessions and swearings-in for governors saw a flurry of proposals.

  • DONALD TRUMP Nov 9, 2018

    Women's March: Record Number of Women Win in Midterms

    The elections that saw a surge of women running, especially Democratic women pushed forward by antipathy toward President Donald Trump, got off to a promising start for breaking barriers with the first result to be recorded: the territory of Guam chose Democrat Lou Leon Guerrero as its first female governor. By early Wednesday morning, the results for the U.S. House...

  • CONGRESS May 12, 2018

    Congressional Candidate Says ‘F— the NRA' in TV Ad

    A Democratic congressional candidate in New Mexico used an expletive in a television ad Friday to condemn the National Rifle Association and inaction by U.S. lawmakers on gun control, beginning a 15-second spot with the words “F— the NRA.” In the ad, Albuquerque City Council member and congressional candidate Pat Davis goes on to the say that NRA policies have...

  • social media Apr 20, 2018

    Largest Cannabis Cultivation Facility in US Proposed for New Mexico

    A project described as the largest cannabis cultivation facility in North America was proposed in New Mexico Thursday.

  • DONALD TRUMP Mar 20, 2018

    Trump Plan Offers Citizenship Path to 1.8 Million Immigrants

    The White House has unveiled a proposal that provides a pathway to citizenship for 1.8 million young immigrants living in the country illegally, in exchange for new restrictions on legal immigration and $25 billion in border security. The plan, announced Thursday, was applauded by some in Congress, but blasted by conservative activists as “amnesty” and slammed by a slew of...

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