At the New Mexico Business Coalition, we want to improve the lives of all New Mexicans and we advocate for them on all levels.
One way we do that is by highlighting news all across the state that affect business owners, employees, and many others in their everyday lives. We also post many news stories every week to keep you informed and engaged on information that’s relevant to your world.
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It’s Finally Over!
We are glad to say the 2023 sixty day Legislative Session ended Saturday at noon. Although some bad bills were passed, several bills were killed due in part
Is ‘Free’ the Best Idea?
While some legislators and the governor are boasting about a new law to provide ‘free’ breakfast and lunch to all NM public school students (SB
2023 Legislative Session Analysis and Commentary: HB 547 Omnibus Tax Bill
HB 547 Omnibus Tax Bill considered most of the tax increases proposed throughout the session, but in the end, we were greatly relieved to see no
Albuquerque Homeless Update
Even with the closure of Coronado Park (pictured with a banner at the site aimed at getting Mayor Keller’s attention), the city of Albuquerque is
Backroom deals in Santa Fe determine who gets the $$$
As we approach the final days of the 60 day legislative session, backroom deals outside public view and contrary to the legislative process are rampant.
Good News & Bad News
2023 Legislative Session Update: First the good news: SB 523 Medical Malpractice is a new bill to fix a huge error in judgement by the
Major TAX INCREASE coming unless legislators hear from you!
HB 547 Omnibus tax bill takes several tax increases proposed in separate bills throughout the session, significantly decreases the taxpayer rebate promised, and rolls all of
Business Spotlight: Lee & Tina Poper of Lee-Sure Pools
New Mexico Business Coalition (NMBC) has grown over the past fifteen years into a formidable, outspoken advocate for pro-business public policy and increased private sector