All of the Above Energy Production in NM? Find out at the BASH!
New government data shows that carbon dioxide emissions from electricity generation are at their lowest levels in nearly 30 years, and natural gas is the key reason why. Read more HERE.
And, speaking of high energy…it’s time for a BASH!
It’s almost time for the Albuquerque BASH (Business and Social Hour)! Join with business leaders, elected officials, candidates for office and community leaders on May 11, from 4:30 – 6:30 pm at the Courtyard by Marriott in Albuquerque for appetizers, cash bar, good information and a great time.
NMBC is pleased to announce the featured speaker for the March 30 Energy BASH in Farmington will be Secretary Ken McQueen, New Mexico Energy, Minerals
When it comes to important issues like jobs, our economy, the New Mexico budget deficit and the upcoming legislative session – NMBC provides the perfect venue to discuss all of these issues at the BASH (Business and Social Hour), this Thursday, January 12!
Business and community leaders will be at the BASH along with Albuquerque Mayoral Candidates, state and local elected officials and more. Richard Anklam, President and Executive Director of the New Mexico Tax Research Institute will provide insightful comments and you don’t want to miss what Carla Sonntag, NMBC President and Founder, is going to cover!
The 2017 New Mexico legislative session will be starting soon and based on the bills that have been pre-filed, elected officials are full of ideas on how to change our lives through legislation. Do YOU want to see more regulation, increased taxes and more money taken from our permanent funds for an education system that needs a complete overhaul before it needs more money? From what we’ve heard, the answer is a resounding ‘No!’
NMBC recently conducted a survey, asking for your input on topics such as minimum wage increases, the state budget, addressing crime, tax reform and more. We got some amazing responses and thoughtful feedback that we’ll be sharing at the BASH (Business and Social Hour) on January 12.
Year in Review: Thanks to you, 2014 was an exceptional year for the NMBC! We enjoyed hosting some of the best BASH events, made new friends, and set a new record for success in our voter education efforts. Voters agreed that pro-business candidates were the way to go this year and agreed with the NMBC 97 percent of the 32 races in which we provided them with the facts. That brings our overall record to an unprecedented 85 percent in 121 races since we began operations in 2009!