Legislative Session will closed to the public
em123020a/legislature/Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Roundhouse will be closed to the public during the 2021 Legislative Session. Photo shot Wednesday December 30, 2020. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

Legislative Session will closed to the public

New Mexico's 60 day Legislative Session begins on January 19th this year. But like most things lately, this year's session will feature some unprecedented changes. With the continuing Covid-19 pandemic…

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March 1 BASH featured speaker Jay Block, Sandoval County Commissioner

Jay C. Block was born and raised in Manchester, NH and grew up with a strong interest to serve at a young age. In 1987 and early 1988 he worked for the Jack Kemp for President campaign during the New Hampshire primary season. In 1989, Jay graduated from high school and decided to serve his country by enlisting in the Air Force Reserve. He then transferred to the Air National Guard in North Dakota while attending college at North Dakota State University where he interned for a US Senator in 1993 and graduated in 1995 with a political science degree and a commission through the Air Force ROTC program.

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May 3rd Hobbs BASH keynote speaker: Jonathan Williams

Jonathan Williams is the Chief Economist and Vice President for the Center for State Fiscal Reform at the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), where he works with state policymakers, congressional leaders and members of the private sector to develop fiscal policy solutions for the states. Williams also co-authors Rich States, Poor States: ALEC-Laffer Economic State Competitiveness Index with Reagan economist Dr. Arthur Laffer and Stephen Moore. Prior to joining ALEC, Williams served as staff economist at the nonpartisan Tax Foundation, authoring numerous tax policy studies.

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