CALLS TO ACTION
Support the new KBI- Parental Rights APS Policy!
INACTIVE: Encourage City Councilors to override the mayor's veto on Homeless Camps!
INACTIVE: Ask ABQ Councilors to say NO to numerous government sanctioned homeless 'campsites' scattered around Albuquerque!
INACTIVE: Tell NM Senator Ben Ray Lujan to Retract his Misinformation Bill from the U.S. Congress!
INACTIVE: New Mexico can help U.S. restore Energy Independence - Let's do This!
INACTIVE: Say NO to State Controlled Utilities in NM.
INACTIVE: Voters Should Have the Right to
Recall Elected Officials.
INACTIVE: Stop the Radical 'Green' Agenda.
INACTIVE: Protect Your 2nd Amendment Rights New Mexico.
INACTIVE: HB 6 Clean Future Act is the Governor's attempt to outdo California.
Albuquerque City Residents: The Albuquerque City Council will vote tonight regarding a three-eighths of one percent (.375%) Gross Receipts Tax increase. We are asking you to show up tonight to speak against this tax increase or, in the alternative, write to the City Councilors and voice your objection.
The facts are simple. This tax increase is: 1) Detrimental to business growth and job creation; and 2) It is especially difficult for low-income and senior citizens on a fixed income. If Albuquerque wants to grow and get out of this financial crisis it is now in, the answer is to broaden the tax base by encouraging business growth and relocation, not driving it away and trying to take more from those who live and work here.
It’s Election Day for bond issues in Santa Fe, Las Cruces and Bernalillo and Sandoval Counties.
Call to Action – Contact N.M. Public Regulation Commissioners (PRC) and urge support of the settlement agreement on the San Juan Generating Station (SJGS): The PRC will soon make a decision on the settlement agreement for SJGS. This is an historic agreement involving the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the N.M. Environmental Department (EPA) and PNM.
Call to Action: The ABQ City Council will vote on a resolution Monday, April 6 at 5 pm: R-15-177 Directing The City Administration To Withdraw Support For The Stipulation Relating To Public Service Company Of New Mexico’s Plan To Replace 836 Megawatts At The San Juan Generating Station Based On Costs To Ratepayers And Increasing Risk Considerations (Winter).