The NM Supreme Court will hear the appeal from Avangrid/PNM. They are appealing the decision from the former PRC who denied their merger as being 'not in the public interest'. Check out this new website from the New Mexico Foundation for Civic Excellence to learn more. Write to the PRC Commissioners about how bad this merger will be.
Follow along during the hearing on September 11, 2023. Watch it live here.
At the meeting on July 3, 2023, we heard about a lawsuit filed on May 10, 2023.
See the website here - information below was taken from that site.
The Pollution Control Clause of the New Mexico Constitution (Art XX. Sec. 21), adopted in 1971:
The protection of the state's beautiful and healthful environment is hereby declared to be of fundamental importance to the public interest, health, safety and the general welfare. The legislature shall provide for control of pollution and control of despoilment of the air, water, and other natural resources of this state, consistent with the use and development of these resources for the maximum benefit of the people.
The pollution-control clause of the New Mexico Constitution was adopted more than 50 years ago. But since then the legislature has failed to put in place laws and programs to control pollution from oil and gas and has even exempted industry from key environmental-protection statutes. Putting polluters over people, it gives oil and gas a free pass to contaminate land, air and water, and damage Indigenous ancestral landscapes. By authorizing oil and gas extraction without adequate pollution controls, the state is violating its own Constitution.
Read more about how the State allows it's own laws to be violated.
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Read the actual case filing, an executive summary and learn about the toxic waste spills, dangerous air quality, how we lose our valuable freshwater and devastation of our sacred places.
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Even given all of our progress to get good progressive legislation, this upcoming election in 2022 is going to be tough. Even statewide, progressives are facing strong challenges from more conservative democrats, who are mostly in the pockets of oil and gas.
In New Mexico, far right extremists are challenging our values in more races than ever. We must fight against those who want to rape our State's natural resources, ban books in schools, rewrite our nation's history, oppress our right to vote, spew disinformation and believe the BIG LIE!.
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The National Infrastructure Bank bill calls for a $5 trillion public bank to pay for only US infrastructure projects. It's the only way to protect the US economy from recession, rebuild our national infrastructure and create 25 million new great paying jobs.
Watch this video and learn about the impact on the US economy, how the Bank would work and the benefits of this bank which has been done 4 times already in our US history.
NM Representative Melanie Stansbury and Teresa Leger Fernandez have signed on as co-sponsors.
We believe healthcare is a human right. Health care tied to employers is a tired and ineffective model.
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Green Amendments are self executing provisions added to the bill of rights section of a constitution that recognize and protect the rights of all people. regardless of race, ethnicity, religion or income, including future generations, to pure water, clean air, a stable climate, and healthy environments.
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