NM Ethics Commission receives motion to dismiss charges

(PRESS RELEASE) Truth or Consequences, NM (KKOB) –Representative Rebecca Dow (R-Truth or Consequences) filed with the State Ethics Commission a motion to dismiss the ethics complaint filed by her opponent. “I have requested the State Ethics Commission immediately dismiss the false and baseless claims my opponent filed against me,” said Representative Rebecca Dow. “It was clear from the

NM District 38 Rep. Dow Named Guardian of Small Business

Rebecca Dow led fight against health insurance premium tax increases SANTA FE, N.M., Aug. 24, 2020—The nation’s voice of small business on Friday awarded State Rep. Rebecca Dow its highest honor by naming her a Guardian of Small Business for her leadership and voting record during the 2019-2020 session of the New Mexico State Legislature.

Virus has pummeled New Mexico’s child care industry

By Dillon Mullan dmullan@sfnewmexican.com May 3, 2020 Joan Shankin stopped by her small preschool Friday morning to feed the fish and disinfect the play mats. Typically, Children’s Garden Montessori School enrolls about 50 kids ages 18 months to 5 years. Shankin, who started the nonprofit early childhood center 14 years ago and serves as its

House Republicans ask for justice, fairness and equity for New Mexico

Santa Fe, NM– Today, all 24 New Mexico House Republican members delivered a letter (shown below) to Governor Lujan Grisham highlighting the need for her to modify her Public Health Orders to ensure all New Mexicans are treated with justice, fairness, and equity. The letter outlines a growing frustration with the Governor’s “one size fits