Rio Rancho, NM – The Southwest Public Policy Institute (SPPI) strongly condemns the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) for alleged racial discrimination against at least 85 Black and Hispanic employees. This follows news that the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has approved a $6 million settlement of class claims of alleged discrimination […]
A special prosecutor concedes to the separation of powers
Well, his lawyers are — at least about one thing
New Mexico is facing a healthcare provider shortage, exacerbated by challenges in medical malpractice payouts and high malpractice caps.
Senator Craig Brandt and Corey DeAngelis, PhD join the Southwest Public Policy Institute to discuss the future of education in New Mexico.
The recent shooting on the University of New Mexico campus should encourage crackdowns on criminals.
Early childhood education, exploiting the Land Grant Permanent Fund, and judicial reform are topics found on New Mexico’s ballots.
What can be done to ensure that actions like this do not occur again?
The nation mourns the loss of so many innocent lives. How do we prevent future tragedy? The answer is school choice. In New Mexico, Senator Martin Heinrich is capitalizing on the Uvalde school shooting to demand changes in gun laws. Elsewhere, former President Barack Obama is using the crisis to stoke racial tension. They are […]
As the far-left solidifies its stranglehold on all branches of New Mexico’s state government, more than ever we need an aggressive media and informed constituency to demand accountability in a system proven to produce abuses without. These abuses have never been more readily apparent than in the aftermath of a recent Searchlight New Mexico investigation . In […]