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All eight states of the American Southwest are, or will soon be, in session. Will legislators return budget surpluses to inflation-battered taxpayers, or launch spend-a-thons?
New Mexico’s Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham officially declared January 22-28, 2023 as School Choice Week!
Senator Craig Brandt recently introduced a bill to fund students in New Mexico, which would create comprehensive school choice reform.
Texas has seen a significant increase in population and economic growth in recent years, attracting both domestic and foreign investment, largely due to the state’s favorable policies including no income tax, a reasonable regulatory burden, restrained government spending, as well as its successful energy sector.
Senator Craig Brandt and Corey DeAngelis, PhD join the Southwest Public Policy Institute to discuss the future of education in New Mexico.
As the oil and gas industry in New Mexico booms, the state’s projected revenue for the 2024 fiscal year is close to $12 billion. We believe it’s time for the state to consider redistributing some of this newfound wealth to its citizens.
School Choice will remain an important focus in 2023. Informing parents about the concept is a critical first step.