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Megan Gleason

Bill protecting reproductive, gender-affirming health care passes in New Mexico

Hundreds of bills sit unheard as Republican men debate abortion-related legislation

Lawmakers get closer to passing bill that would expand voting rights and accessibility

Legislation would make it easier to vote for Indigenous communities and formerly incarcerated people convicted of felonies

New Mexicans waiting on Congress for public education funding

Democratic federal delegation is trying to push a bill through before the end of the year and a government shutdown

Lawmakers question whether statewide school internet network will function in rural areas

State officials aim to set up same broadband connection for all NM schools by 2027

‘It’ll never be the same.’ Northern N.M. residents fly over burn scar

Acequia steward keeps pushing for feds to repair irrigation channels and watersheds after minimal help so far

New Mexico scrambles to meet a federal date to map internet gaps

New Mexico broadband director says hundreds of millions in federal funding could be on the line

PNM customers continue to pay for San Juan coal plant that’s no longer operating

New Mexico Supreme Court approves utility’s request not to issue state-ordered credits, potentially for years

Lack of affordable solar energy options in Farmington, clean energy advocates say

Can local governments fairly self-regulate utilities they own?

Education, environment advocates warn about instability of oil and gas revenue

Politicians won’t slow the industry but must eventually diversify funding, economist says

Northern N.M. ranch wants to use wildfire to educate children, people with disabilities

CLEVELAND, N.M. – Lessons from the Hermits Peak-Calf Canyon Fire could soon be taught to people with disabilities and students at a ranch that was saved by fire suppression efforts. Collins ...

State gives ‘outstanding’ designation to northern N.M. waters, enhancing pollution rules

Any activities that can cause water degradation must go through strict state authorization process

10,000 people use same-day voter registration in New Mexico

More than 10,000 New Mexico voters took advantage of same-day voter registration Tuesday during New Mexico’s primary, the first time the state offered same-day voter registration for a state...