Discussion Topic: Open Government

Understanding the Rio Grande Foundation

Understanding the Rio Grande Foundation

The Rio Grande Foundation often comes under criticism from the left. But sometimes we come under fire from the right as well. For starters we are designated as 501c3 “education and research” think tank. We don’t make endorsements and we don’t “carry water” for any...

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RGF Files Public Records Lawsuit Against City of Albuquerque

RGF Files Public Records Lawsuit Against City of Albuquerque

(Albuquerque, NM) – The voters of Albuquerque voted against Democracy Dollars in November of 2019, and the Rio Grande Foundation played a pivotal part in the defeat of the ballot measure. Furthermore, the Rio Grande Foundation won an ethics complaint against the Mayor...

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An Open Letter to New Mexico’s Economic Recovery Council

An Open Letter to New Mexico’s Economic Recovery Council

The following letter was sent to Gov. Lujan Grisham’s Economic Recovery Council by the Rio Grande Foundation and Power the Future New Mexico under the banner of their combined effort FairlyOpen New Mexico. PDF with logos is posted here. Dear Council Members: Thank you...

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New Mexico’s legislative defenders of Freedom

New Mexico’s legislative defenders of Freedom

Who in the Legislature voted in favor of freedom and personal responsibility in 2020? We tracked it all on our Freedom Index and you can find out for yourself by clicking the link and plugging in your address (if you don't already know who your legislators are). While...

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Tipping Point New Mexico: the Podcast

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Errors of Enchantment: the Newsletter

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Legislative Tracking

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Are your legislators voting for or against freedom?
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