capital outlay


V.25 No.10 | 03/10/2016

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The Daily Word in Pork, Fire and Hitting People with Cars

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New Mexico leads the country in pedestrian fatalities.

Ryan Boetel and Elaine Baumgartel discuss the most recent report from police reform monitor James Ginger.

Governor Suzana Martinez cracked down on spending with almost two-thrids of the cuts comming from Democrat sponsored projects.

Large numbers of dead and dry trees east of Albuquerque pose a fire hazard.

District Attorney Kari Brandenburg feels that after changes to the deadlines outlined in the Case Management Order they are still difficult to meet.

V.25 No.6 | 02/11/2016

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The Daily Word in Scalia's death, setting bail and cannabis oil

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Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has died.

New Mexico's system of capital outlay will remain business as usual.

There's a new bill proposing to give New Mexico judges more leniency when setting bail.

An Albuquerque child is having their epilepsy treated with cannabis oil with encouraging results.

Construction on the Albuquerque Rapid Transit line could begin as soon as May.

State legislators are making progress toward Department of Homeland Security ID compliance with a new REAL ID bill.

A new house bill make exempt insurers and employers from having to make workers compensation reimbursements for medical cannabis.

V.25 No.4 | 01/28/2016

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The Daily Word in Courts, Capital and Corruption

Cars, cops and cannabis, too

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New Mexico courts get a case management tune-up.

There's a push to change New Mexico's capital outlay funding system to a merit based model.

The change of venue motion in the Boyd case has been denied.

Don't leave your car running with the keys in it unattended, silly.

UNM researchers released a report saying that business are afraid to come to New Mexico because they perceive the government as being corrupt.

Albuquerque based Research & Polling found that the majority of residents support legalizing recreational use of marijuana for adults over 21.