The $41,200 Centene Corporation investment in Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s reelection campaign has paid off.
Local- and state-government employees need a dose of reality.
An improper response to the public records request was followed by an improper response to the lawsuit.
The proposal to extend the IP waiver under the TRIPS Agreement for COVID-19 diagnostics and therapeutics would worsen the burden on innovators and have disastrous consequences for the American Southwest and the nation.
Utah’s chances are good — but New Mexico…
The deregulation answer to inadequate access
Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s decision to redo New Mexico’s Medicaid contracts has sparked criticism and raised concerns about potential campaign finance influences from Centene Corporation and Western Sky Community Care.
New Mexico is facing a healthcare provider shortage, exacerbated by challenges in medical malpractice payouts and high malpractice caps.
The Medicaid Forward Plan, introduced as House Bill 400, is aimed at creating a state-administered health coverage plan.
The recent shooting on the University of New Mexico campus should encourage crackdowns on criminals.