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CORRECTION: Governor Announces Expansion of Meow Wolf in Santa Fe

New Mexico Economic Development Department
Santa Fe, May 25, 2017

Expansion Will Create 250 New Jobs
Santa Fe, NM - Today, Governor Susana Martinez announced that Meow Wolf will expand in Santa Fe, creating 250 new full-time permanent jobs over the next five years. These positions will include artists, technicians, craftsmen and others that will help the nationally renowned immersive arts experience in Santa Fe continue to grow and thrive.


House Democrats Flip Flop, Vote to Kill Tax Reform Package They Supported Two Months Earlier

Republican Party of New Mexico
Albuquerque, May 25, 2017

Santa Fe, NM – This morning, Democrats in the House Labor and Economic Development Committee voted to kill House Bill 8, a tax reform package sponsored by Rep. Jason Harper that passed the House unanimously during the regular session in March. After the Democrats voted it down, it was announced that the Legislative Finance Committee believes the reforms to be revenue neutral.


Big machinery moves in to save small, critical species

New Mexico Department of Game and Fish
Santa Fe, May 25, 2017

SILVER CITY – Huge machinery, backhoes, hard work and a lot of sweat will be part of a massive Mimbres River restoration project designed to save an imperiled fish found nowhere else in the United States and a frog that’s near extinction.


Governor Announces Expansion of Meow Wolf in Santa Fe

New Mexico Economic Development Department
Santa Fe, May 25, 2017

Expansion Will Create 250 New Jobs
Santa Fe, NM - Today, Governor Susana Martinez announced that Meow Wolf will expand in Santa Fe, creating 250 new full-time permanent jobs over the next five years. These positions will include artists, technicians, craftsmen and others that will help the nationally renowned immersive arts experience in Santa Fe continue to grow and thrive.


NEWS RELEASE: LWVNM ELECTS JUDY WILLIAMS TO LEAD GROUP

New Mexico League of Women Voters
Albuquerque, May 25, 2017

Judy Williams of Santa Fe is the new president of LWVNM, elected at the League`s State Convention in Santa Fe May 21, 2017. She has twice served as president of the League of Women Voters of Santa Fe County, chaired the Santa Fe County Health Policy and Planning Commission, and served on the Santa Fe County Corrections Advisory Committee. She is currently on the Health Information System Act Advisory Committee of the NM Department of Health.


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