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New Mexico Judiciary streamlines operations with administrative consolidation of magistrate and district courts

By Administrative Office of the Courts To improve court efficiencies across New Mexico, the Judiciary has combined the administration of magistrate and district courts within the state’s judicial districts. “Streamlining our court system advances judicial excellence in New Mexico,” Supreme Court Chief Justice Judith K. Nakamura said. “An administrative consolidation allows …

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Weekly Fishing And Stocking Report

By NM Game and Fish Check out the latest stocking report  Catches of the week Bluewater Lake: Matthew Farmer of Albuquerque caught and released a 42-inch, 22-pound tiger muskie using a Westin Fishing Danny the Duck topwater lure on July 9. Caballo Lake: Rebecca Calcutt of Albuquerque with her dad, …

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Thanks for the Crumbs!

By Cameron Gonzales  The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was Republican tax legislation passed in 2017. The effects are constantly being analyzed due to the fact that the legislation was not allowed by party leadership to be reviewed or amended in committees. Proponents promised a simplified tax code, a boost …

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Santa Fe Real Estate Summer 2019

By Varela Real Estate A recent forecast from the economic research team at Freddie Mac predicts an increase in U.S. home sales during the summer of 2019. This positive outlook is largely based on low mortgage rates, low unemployment, and wage growth. A Hot Housing Market for Summer 2019? Earlier …

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Russia is a National Threat, Not a Partisan Issue.

By Cameron Gonzales  A recent report from the Pentagon suggests that the U.S. is seriously underestimating the extent of Russian aggression on a global scale. The Pentagon also outlined the increasingly dangerous relationship between Russia and China, which has always feared the global influence and allies America has. They claim …

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