Regulatory burdens: Reduce the impact of unnecessary regulation that stifles New Mexico's potential. While sound regulation is necessary, New Mexico's over regulation and enforcement has been an impediment to business…
Energy: Balance our needs and goals with real world conditions. As we work to meet the requirements of the Energy Transition Act (ETA), our lawmakers must craft common sense legislation…
California based SpinLaunch Inc. is expanding its footprint at Spaceport America hear Hatch, in southern New Mexico. After building a $7 million, 10,000-square-foot facility at the Spaceport last year, the…
NMBC was Proud to Take a Stand with the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) recently in a court case against a Department of Labor overtime rule that would have taken effect on December 1. Along with a coalition of other associations and 21 states, NMBC supported the NAM Manufacturers’ Center for Legal Action (MCLA) in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. The great news for New Mexicans who are already struggling with some of the highest unemployment rates in the nation is that we succeeded in delaying, if not stopping implementation of the job killing rule!
When it comes to choosing candidates who favor private sector job growth over those who favor government growth, the choices are pretty clear when you have good information on hand. As the State Association Group for the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), NMBC is pleased to provide this valuable 2016 Voter Guide to help identify candidates who stand for free market job growth.
Last Chance to Nominate an NMBC Hero is this Friday: The Annual NMBC Heroes Banquet will be on November 17, from 6pm – 8pm, at the Albuquerque Marriott, 2101 Louisiana, NE. This uplifting banquet will honor Heroes in our state who devote their time, energy and talents to protect our families, expand free enterprise and improve the quality of life for all New Mexicans. The Deadline to Nominate a Hero is September 16.If you know an Elected Official, Appointed Official, Business Leader, Community Leader, or Young leader who deserves to be recognized as an NMBC Hero, download the nomination form HERE and email it to NMBC at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 9-16-16.
So Many Issues: In the midst of important issues our elected officials (and voters) should be focused on, the Bernalillo County Commission has called a special meeting for Thursday, September 8, at 2pm. The point of the meeting is what to do with an Albuquerque Ordinance that will dictate to employers the type of paid leave they provide employees. While the issue is in Albuquerque for now, it has implications for every city in the state. NMBC will be at the meeting with several business owners to speak against the ordinance being placed on the November 8 ballot.
Join the NMBC in Roswell to Support and Celebrate New Mexico Oil and Gas: NMBC will be in Roswell to support and celebrate all that New Mexico Oil and Gas producers do for our state. Please join us on Wednesday, August 31, 2016 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm, at the Roswell Convention & Civic Center Parking Lot.
National groups that are pushing the ‘keep it in the ground’ agenda are again trying to make sure they are the only voice heard. NMBC, along with others in the state who appreciates all the GOOD that comes from oil and gas will make sure our voices are heard too! Don’t miss this free event that will have food, music and lots of fun. More information about the event HERE.
NMBC Members Give NM Public Regulation Commissioners Feedback supporting Cleaner Air and Carbon-Free Energy in NM (Sign the Petition HERE): An articulate and engaged NMBC member had some the following thoughtful feedback for the NM PRC:
“Dear NMPRC Commissioners: I respectfully submit to all five PRC Commissioners the following comments in opposition to the proposed rate cuts.
The NMPRC may be on the cusp of making a really bad decision to cut PNM’s requested rate by about two-thirds. While the PRC Evaluator may believe that such a reduction is in the best interest of the rate payers, I think that not having the leverage of PNM’s negotiated Palo Verde position will be more expensive in the long run because alternative fuels to supply the delta distribution will be more costly than nuclear and contain carbon emissions; which nuclear does not.