Capitol Updates



Friday`s Capitol Report

Tom Trowbridge, NMNN
Santa Fe, Feb 15, 2018
INTRO:
The New Mexico Legislative session that adjourned on Thursday left with it an impression of bi-partisan cooperation on many of New Mexico’s deep-seated problems.

Tom Trowbridge reports from the Roundhouse:

Thursday`s Capitol Report

Tom Trowbridge, NMNN
Santa Fe, Feb 14, 2018
INTRO:
With the clocking running out on the 2018 New Mexico Legislative session, Tom Trowbridge reports on efforts that didn’t or won’t make it this time around, but will likely be considered again in the future.

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Wednesday`s Capitol Report

Tom Trowbridge, NMNN
Santa Fe, Feb 13, 2018
INTRO:
At the Roundhouse, two state lawmakers are hoping broadly-supported legislation they’re sponsoring will convince New Mexico’s health secretary to add opioid use disorder to the list of qualifying conditions for the state’s medical cannabis program.

Tom Trowbridge reports:

Tuesday`s Capitol Report

Tom Trowbridge, NMNN
Santa Fe, Feb 12, 2018
INTRO:
With time running short on the 2018 New Mexico Legislative session, it’s certain that Senator William Sharer’s most recent attempt to reform New Mexico’s tax code with a flat-tax approach will not be adopted.

But as Tom Trowbridge reports from the State Capitol, the Farmington Republican is forwarding the concept with a new approach.