Tuesday, 02 April 2019 14:59

A personal note from NMBC

New Mexico, on behalf of the New Mexico Business Coalition staff, we love you.  Why?  Even when it's hard to stay engaged, when we put out a 'Call to Action,' NMBC followers always come through!

This year, we are celebrating 10 years of being in the mosh pit of politics striving for better policy and regulation so that we can all enjoy a better way of life. 

Even when it's hard to stay engaged, NMBC followers always come through on Calls to Action! YOU are making the difference in very important issues and, together, we are experiencing victories when the opposition thinks they've got it in the bag.


It hasn’t always been easy, but representing your interests has always been our pleasure.  And, what makes this most rewarding is the fact that your interests are united with NMBC's mission to improve the business environment, job opportunities and the quality of life for all New Mexicans. 

When we’re willing to do whatever it takes for everyone to have better opportunities, then we will see this state move in a positive direction.
 
To set the tone, we are holding a unique BASH (Business and Social Hour) this Thursday, 4/4/19, that you will not want to miss.  Get tickets HERE. 
We’ve got two of New Mexico’s best leaders who will be on stage together for an important discussion about what happened during the 60-day legislative session.
 
Senator Stuart Ingle (R), Minority Floor Leader, from Portales, has been serving in the state legislature since 1985. He serves on Senate Rules, Public Affairs, and Committees’ Committee all while leading the minority caucus.
 
Senator John Arthur Smith (D) has served his  constituents since 1989.  He is the chair of the powerful Senate Finance Committee and is one of the most influential members of the state legislature.  Senator Smith also serves on the Committees’ Committee.
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