gov. susana martinez
V.23 No.16 |
The Daily Word in Marquez' death, a Russian firefighter and a balloon crash
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Apr 18 2014 9:36 AM ]
Writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez died yesterday at the age of 87.
Yesterday, Missouri police arrested a suspect, accused of a string of vehicle shootings on Kansas City highways.
Relatives of those who were on Flight MH370, which disappeared weeks ago, want answers.
An avalanche swept down Mt. Everest, killing at least 13 people.
The City settled several lawsuits from people who were arrested or cited for feeding the homeless.
Earlier this morning, a hot air balloon crashed into a house in the Sage and Unser area.
Gov. Susana Martinez addressed negative things that were said on secret audio recordings from four years ago, pero she won't say “sorry” because they were private.
A medical marijuana supplier wants to give people a mall-like experience. In that case, do they provide free samples?
V.21 No.29 | 7/19/2012
OyP: This guv is a policy wrecking ball
By Marisa Demarco [ Fri Jul 20 2012 9:00 AM ]
Jerry Ortiz y Pino opines that Gov. Susana Martinez is on a neocon crusade of destruction. But the public can’t see it yet, he writes, because the media fawns over her so.
Most voters’ impressions of a governor are shaped by media coverage. On TV, we get split-second footage: She's cutting ribbons, smiling at children, waving to crowds, and looking perky at a rally or solemn at a memorial. ... The honeymoon ain't over yet, even after 18 months.
Ortiz y Pino
The Guv’s Crusade of Destruction
By Jerry Ortiz y Pino
Gov. Susana Martinez is not being held accountable for much of what has happened on her watch. Until reporters begin to dig into the consequences of her policy initiatives, the public will continue to hold her in high regard.
V.21 No.27 | 7/5/2012
Tribal Leaders Call Out the State
By Margaret Wright
Navajo Nation Vice President Rex Lee Jim says his government had limited opportunity to weigh in on the massive Medicaid overhaul. He was one of several tribal leaders who spoke at a state hearing.
V.20 No.46 | 11/17/2011
Answer Me This
By Marisa Demarco
What do you know about last week?
V.20 No.35 | 9/1/2011
Driver’s license checks no mas. For now.
By Elise Kaplan, fearless intern [ Thu Sep 1 2011 3:31 PM ]
Everyone is talking about driver's licenses. First Gov. Susana Martinez required 10,000 foreign nationals to show proof of residency. Then, Mexican-Americans rallied to fight back: protests, letters, and lawsuits abound.
Yesterday, a District Court judge in Santa Fe, Sarah Singleton, issued a temporary halt to the guv’s push. The order came in response to a lawsuit brought against the Taxation and Revenue Department. Freedman Boyd, working with the Mexican-American Legal Defense Fund, filed the suit. He says Martinez’ license verification effort violates the separation of powers between New Mexico's executive and legislative branches.
“We think it's a great step towards ending this unconstitutional action once and for all,” says David Urias, an lawyer who also worked on the lawsuit. “We believe the courts will step in and stop it.”
This would be good news for El Centro and Somos un Pueblo Unido, organizations that advocate for immigrant rights. Both groups have vocally opposed the program, saying Martinez is targeting immigrants for political gain.
Somos un Pueblo Unido issued a news release yesterday about the judge's decision, explaining their stance on the residency certification. The organization “believes the program is inefficient, costly, confusing, and is being used to intimidate immigrant families in New Mexico … .”
Today El Centro will hold a rally called “Don't Target our Families” outside of the Taxation and Revenue Department at the northeast corner of Central and San Mateo at 5 p.m.
V.20 No.20 | 5/19/2011
State Looks to Reverse Green Building Codes
By Christie Chisholm
On Earth Day, one state commission took the first step toward rolling back energy-efficient building requirements. The Construction Industries Commission is the same entity that unanimously approved the rules last year, but it has new members appointed by Gov. Susana Martinez.
V.20 No.13 | 3/31/2011
Ortiz y Pino
A Swing and a Miss
By Jerry Ortiz y Pino
Just before the conclusion of the Legislature, I suggested to a television reporter that if Gov. Susana Martinez ever had an agenda for the session, it wasn’t apparent to me.
The House on Mango Street at National Hispanic Cultural Center
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