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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...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelIf Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney fails to oust President Barack Obama in November, who's up for the open Oval Office seat in 2016? A new Public Policy Polling survey says Floridians would like to see U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio versus U.S....
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekThis one comes courtesy of our pals at Early Returns at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Just in time for the Republican Governors Association's meeting in Sin City, Gov. Tom Corbett has been tapped for an eight-member executive committee, the group...
VarietyThe vast majority of industryites -- from left-leaning opponents of corporate welfare to right-leaning anti-government types -- seem to agree on one thing: Domestic production incentives -- which are offered in 40 U.S. jurisdictions, including Puerto Rico...
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - A group of horse owners and clubs is urging the governor to support a proposed horse slaughterhouse in Roswell, saying the closing of domestic facilities five years ago has caused "needless suffering under the cruelest of...
Despite the reality of a failed fiscal plan and a woeful economy, Democrats at their convention in Charlotte this week will weave a web of deception. They will try to convince Americans that the economy is improving and that “Happy days are here...
The hyperbole and innuendo often thrown at conservatives used to bother me. But now I've come to see it for what it is: "newspeak," the left's deliberate effort to obscure both its agenda and its record. Consider a few recent examples: You saw the...
AberdeenA friend recently described a drinking game that his daughter devised. Every time she saw a black person at the Republican National Convention, she would have to take a drink. “She says it's a way to stay sober all through the night.”...
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