New Mexico stands on the cusp of a golden era, with its oil and gas boom enriching the state’s coffers to unprecedented levels. Now is the time to ensure that this wealth directly benefits the very people who make New Mexico vibrant and unique: its residents. Drawing inspiration from Alaska’s Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD), it’s […]
The Department of Justice has expressed concerns to the Surface Transportation Board about the proposed merger between Canadian Pacific and Kansas City Southern railways.
At this time of uncertainty in the global marketplace, it is imperative to promote competitive and efficient supply chain solutions for the good of American economic security and competitive markets.
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.
Today’s fresh employment numbers from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics are concerning.
States throughout the region boast a wide disparity of economic recovery in the aftermath of the pandemic.
The energy crisis is here and Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s hyper-political Energy Transition Act is entirely to blame.
Increasing domestic manufacturing capabilities through licensing freedom and red tape reduction can be an investment in future economic security.
Lawmakers have access to $2.5 billion in “new” money: will they choose education freedom or tax reduction?
On June 3, 2022, Bruce Krasnow with the New Mexico Economic Development Department announced the award of over one million dollars in job training funds. New Mexico’s Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) was originally launched in 1972 as the Industrial Development Training Program and has evolved over its lifespan. JTIP claims to have supported the […]