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New Mexico Department of Taxation and Revenue Fabricates Documents

“How many other fake records are they creating?”

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OutSource New Mexico: Dark Money Funds ‘Left-of-Center’ SourceNM to ‘Change the Political Debate’

Dark money rears its head in New Mexico politics.

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New Mexico Secretary of State: “IPRA Does Not Apply”

“Invoking this argument is a dangerous threat to transparency and our very democracy.”

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SPPI Files Lawsuit Against Secretary of State of New Mexico

A failure by a government body to acknowledge a request to inspect public records is equivalent to an improper denial.

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A Letter to Secretary of Labor Martin Walsh Regarding Shared Savings Fees

We urge the Department of Labor (DOL) to require transparency and disclosure to employers with respect to so-called “shared savings fees” under employer-sponsored health plans to better ascertain their propriety and impact upon millions of Americans.

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Poll: 3 of 4 Parents Want to Enroll Their Children in a Charter School

Parents of Albuquerque Public Schools are unsatisfied with the public school system and want an exit.

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SPPI Files Lawsuit Against New Mexico Department of Taxation and Revenue

A failure to acknowledge a request to inspect records by a government body is equivalent to an improper denial.

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Obstructing An Investigation Into Child Abuse Death

Anti-transparency measures have a proven and lasting impact of obstructing the ability of government to maintain its own accountability. On Wednesday morning, Tristan Justice, the western correspondent for The Federalist, published an article with updates on how Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s anti-transparent administration is directly responsible for obstructing an investigation into the death of a […]

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Southwest Public Policy Institute Joins Free Speech Alliance

The Southwest Public Policy Institute is the latest addition to the Free Speech Alliance, joining over 90 organizations and individuals who oppose the silencing of conservative voices on social media. You can find out more about the Free Speech Alliance at mrc.org/freespeechalliance. Here’s the Problem. Conservatives are under attack. Conservatives face an existential crisis as social […]

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Event: Transparency In Practice

New Mexico Foundation for Open Government Continuing Legal Education Seminar: “Transparency in Practice” to be held June 8 in Albuquerque. The New Mexico Foundation for Open Government (FOG) will host “Transparency in Practice,” a continuing legal education training seminar on Wednesday, June 8 at the Albuquerque Journal auditorium.  The FOG continuing legal education course has […]