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Patrick Lohmann

Provision for acequia insurance hanging in balance as U.S. House and Senate debate Farm Bill

The Farm Bill is already a year late after expiring in 2023 over disagreements

Wildfire potential ‘above normal’ through much of N.M.’s central mountains

Forecasters cite drought and potential La Niña conditions

Northern N.M. fire victims will be spared additional taxes

Sponsor in Roundhouse votes against it; one says the bill would harm small governments

New Mexico governor signs bills on housing and infrastructure

At least $200M in spending to come down for new homes, planning and development

N.M. Gov asks for more collaboration with Mortgage Finance Authority to tackle homelessness, housing crisis

The state lacks at least 32,000 affordable housing units to meet demand, according to a recent MFA study

$500 million for affordable housing clears first committee

Lawmaker says the investment is needed amid state housing crisis

FEMA leader overseeing NM fire compensation fund to step down

A new official will be hired to lead as FEMA is ‘consolidating’ recovery programs for fire victims in New Mexico

Another $1.45 billion for New Mexico fire victims clears Congress

Aid comes on top of $2.5 billion passed earlier this year

FEMA hints it might lift 25% cap on tree reimbursements for northern NM fire victims

Officials still finalizing rules, mulling changes to claims procedures

Experts call on lawmakers to remove a barrier to rural methadone treatment

Nurses can give treatment a fighting chance in rural America

New map shows status of more than 50 acequias in the northern N.M. burn scar

Historic canals still in need of help after Hermits Peak-Calf Canyon Fire earlier this year in New Mexico

Northern N.M. fire victims say they need help now

$2.5 billion fund aimed to pay victims of a fire the Forest Service started