Discussion Topic: Education

Come up with a better alternative, Mr. Terrazas

The Rio Grande Foundation has clear and specific views on economic policy. We support concepts like "right to work," school choice, and others that reduce government's role in the economy and in picking winners and losers. There are valid critiques of any and all...

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Gov. Martinez was Right to Wield Veto Pen

There has been a lot of criticism of Gov. Martinez in the wake of her use of the veto pen in the wake of the 2017 legislative session. Tough economic times are not fun and New Mexico (unlike most other states in the union) remains in the midst of tough times....

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‘Soda Tax’ Unwarranted, Unworkable

ALBUQUERQUE, April 17 -- The “No Way Santa Fe” education initiative, a project of the Rio Grande Foundation, released an issue brief today that exposes the fallacies behind Mayor Javier Gonzales’s proposed tax on sugary drinks. On May 2, Santa Feans will vote on the...

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Las Cruces TV interview: Preview of 2017 legislative session

Paul Gessing was recently in Las Cruces and sat down with Fred Martino of KRWG TV to discuss some of the issues that Rio Grande Foundation is working on and some of the issues facing our State in the 2017 legislative session. The interview is about 15 minutes and can...

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