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Albuquerque JournalLast year the New Mexico Racing Commission banned the drug clenbuterol, a decongestant and bronchodilator that also builds muscles as a steroid, for use in racehorses. This month it extended the ban as it awaits recommendations from the Association of...
The Santa Fe New MexicanEmily Hilla said there is one big similarity between her mother, Johanna Fisher, and her Big Sister, Valerie Terry: "They both care about me." Then she went back to bowling. Emily was one of about 90 people who made up 16 teams of bowlers at Saturday'...
Tags: Bowling, Executive Branch, Government, Apple iPhone, Family
The Santa Fe New Mexican"You have to make a profit to be sustainable in the business world," says Glenn Schiffbauer, executive director of the still young Santa Fe Chapter of the New Mexico Green Chamber of Commerce. Schiffbauer, a Santa Fe native with a long history in the...
The Santa Fe New MexicanGov. Susana Martinez announced Thursday that she is expanding the state's pre-kindergarten programs. All applicants will receive funding for pre-K programs in the 2013-14 school year. A dozen new programs will be able to start up statewide, and 1,380...
Selling the grass as greener in his dusty, drought-plagued state, Texas Gov. Rick Perry came to Chicago this week to paint his state as a commercial paradise and Illinois into a corner. Perry is out to poach Illinois businesses and jobs. He says it's...
Tags: Bobby Jindal, Rick Perry, Sales, Pat Quinn, Business Enterprises
Channel Guide MagazineYesterday, April 4, New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez signed what has become known as her state's “Breaking Bad” bill into the Breaking Bad Law. Gov. Martinez had originally vetoed the bill a few weeks ago. It is geared toward returning New...
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - An employee of a southeastern New Mexico slaughterhouse that is seeking federal approval to slaughter horses has posted a video online showing him fatally shooting a horse in the head, sparking outrage among animal activists and...
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez says she now backs a program to expand the state's film tax credit. Martinez recently vetoed a bill that would increase the state’s film credit to 30% for TV series shooting at least six episodes in New Mexico,...
Bad news for the "Breaking Bad" bill. New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez has vetoed a film tax incentive that would increase the state’s film credit to 30% for TV series shooting at least six episodes in New Mexico. "I support the film industry...
Good news emerged Monday for backers of the "Breaking Bad" bill in New Mexico. The New Mexico Senate passed a bill that would increase the state's film rebate to 30% for TV series shooting at least six episodes in New Mexico, up from 25%. The bill,...
A New Mexico man who spent nearly two years behind bars without trial will receive a $15.5-million settlement because a federal jury decided that his rights to adequate medical attention and due process had been violated. During the time Stephen Slevin,...
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Federal officials have indicated they might soon grant the inspection needed to start processing horse meat at a southeastern New Mexico slaughterhouse. But the Obama administration threw a new twist in a more than yearlong debate...
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