Thanks to our friends and supporters who made us one of only ten nonprofits in New Mexico to receive a 2015 top-rated recognition from Great Nonprofits!
The bill, Senate Judiciary Substitute for Senate Bills 323 & 474, was sponsored by Senators Jerry Ortiz y Pino, Sander Rue & Mark Moores. It passed the Senate 26-0 and the House 52-0 and was signed into law by Governor Martinez on April 9, 2015. When fully implemented, it will create a website where New Mexicans can easily find information on hospital prices and quality.
Read more about this reform and watch Larry Barker investigate the need for health care transparency on on KRQE News 13:
Senate Bill 9 was signed into law by Governor Martinez after passing the Senate 41-0 and the House 61-0! Senate Bills 8 and 10, which would have implemented Think New Mexico’s other job creation policy proposals, passed all of their Senate committees unanimously but were never brought up for a vote of the full Senate. Read more about these proposals to address New Mexico’s jobs crisis!
The number of New Mexico’s “independent” voters, who are not affiliated with either the Democratic or Republican party, has tripled from 6% to 18% in the last three decades, yet none of those 230,839 voters are allowed to vote in the state’s primary elections. Learn more by reading a column on Think New Mexico’s effort to open the state’s primaries by Steve Terrell of the Santa Fe New Mexican or listening to an interview with Executive Director Fred Nathan on KSVP Artesia AM 990 (mp3, 12:30).