PRC decision could hurt New Mexico’s business reputation: A recent decision by the Public Regulation Commission (PRC) could leave Facebook on the hook to cover half the cost of an $85 million transmission line, a conclusion that Facebook says could affect the company’s long term operations in the state.
Did you miss the BASH? Last Thursday at the Marriott hotel in Albuquerque, NMBC members gathered to hear Senators John Arthur Smith and Stuart Ingle on stage together discussing the events of our last legislative session and thoughts on moving forward.
Last Thursday’s BASH (Business and Social Hour) event was a refreshing departure from the rough and tumble political climate of today, and an example of true statesmanship and friendly bipartisan comradery. Both Senators Smith and Ingle were in true form at the BASH as they covered the events of our last legislative session and elaborated on the path forward for our state.
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.
Governor Lujan Grisham has signed HB 85 Union Security Agreements, which eliminates Right to Work employee free-choice ordinances in 10 counties and the Village of Ruidoso. This makes mandatory union dues as a condition of employment allowable in New Mexico.
NMBC’s position remains that this new law appears to violate the New Mexico state Constitution in three ways: