Tuesday, 04 April 2017 16:29

Energy BASH Comes to ABQ & Lawsuit Update

The NMBC Farmington Energy BASH (Business and Social Hour) last week, themed “Engaging the Community in Energy”, brought out a huge crowd. Check out this great write up in the Farmington Daily Times about the event: Energy BASH served as forum for energy advocates.

We are glad New Mexicans are ready to engage in our state's future, because YOU are the difference between success and status quo (or worse). We must unite on the side of common sense to defend New Mexico’s most important trades: the extractive industries and energy production.

SAVE THE DATE, May 11: The next Energy BASH, featuring Secretary Ken McQueen, New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department, will be in Albuquerque on May 11, from 4:30 - 6:30. Details and ticket info will be out soon!

LAWSUIT UPDATE: Yesterday, NMBC joined over 20 groups who make up the Albuquerque Coalition for a Healthy Economy (ACHE), in filing a lawsuit opposing the Albuquerque mandated sick-leave ordinance. The ordinance, backed by Organizers in the Land of Enchantment (OLE) and other progressive groups, is scheduled to be on the ABQ election ballot in October of this year. If passed, this ordinance will be the most excessive mandated time off regulation in the nation - sure to kill more jobs and drive more businesses out of New Mexico. See more on the lawsuit and the mandated sick leave ordinance HERE from KOB4 News.

Interested in supporting NMBC's work to stop job killing regulations and leading the state to bigger and better opportunities? Become a member of the New Mexico Business Coalition. We need individuals and companies to join this worthy cause because together, we WILL make a difference.


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