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New Mexico Kids in Cages? Making International News

November 13, 2013

Wolves are wrecking havoc for NM families, businesses and land. The issue is finally getting some attention internationally because it is so egregious. Now, there are those who want to add more wolves to areas without either the food or water to sustain them, so they will be forced to rely on livestock and livestock’s water to sustain themselves. It’s not good for the wolves, it’s not good for the livestock and it’s not good for the ranchers. See what the federal government is being asked to do in New Mexico. There is something you can do about it!

Let wind energy tax breaks expire

November 09, 2013

Government has given wasteful handouts to the wind industry for over 20 years with little to show for it, yet our elected officials show no signs of stopping. The main federal tax break for wind energy is on track to expire at the end of the year, and special interests are calling on Congress to extend it yet again.

People, Predators or Power?

November 08, 2013

Pack the House for a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Pre-Hearing Gathering: People, Predators or Power? You Decide.

Petition: Let NM Manage Our Own Lands!

September 11, 2013

Please sign our petition to return control of 40% of our land mass from federal hands, allowing New Mexicans to control their own economic destiny!

Keep Education Free in NM!

September 11, 2013

Sign our petition to demand Common Core Standards be removed from New Mexico schools next school year!

Who Should Manage NM's Public Lands?

September 10, 2013

Control New Mexico’s land is important to it’s economic growth. Who will be the authority over that land? Special meeting Tuesday, September 17th is to help educate the state legislators, counties, soil and water conservation districts and other interested parties on the importance of passing legislation such as Utah’s HB 148.

New Mexico Grew Faster Than Most States-Slower than It's Neighbors

August 22, 2013

 Another way to measure a state’s economic situation is to look at population growth. A state’s population usually grows relative to other states when it provides a welcoming environment in which to live, work, and start businesses. Some factors that affect population growth such as climate and geographic factors lie beyond the human control, but [...]

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