Discussion Topic: Tax & Budget

New Mexico’s Lockdown is Having an Impact

New Mexico’s Lockdown is Having an Impact

The following article appeared in the Santa Fe New Mexican on September 25, 2020. It also appeared in several other New Mexico based outlets. According to the latest unemployment figures (for August), New Mexico’s unemployment rate is 11.3 percent. Only 5...

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RGF recent radio appearances

RGF recent radio appearances

This has been a big week for the Rio Grande Foundation on the air. Paul recently sat down with Bob Clark of KKOB 96.3FM. You can find that show here. Bob and Paul discuss numerous topics from the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her legacy as well as well as...

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Tax increases in New Mexico would be a mistake

Tax increases in New Mexico would be a mistake

Rio Grande Foundation president Paul Gessing recently penned this op-ed along with Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform. The piece appeared in numerous publications around the State. New Mexico is facing a budget deficit due to the combined forces of Gov. Lujan...

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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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Local governments need to act on budget now

Local governments need to act on budget now

The following appeared in the Las Cruces Sun-Newson May 24, 2020. Much of the focus in this virus-induced economic downturn has been on Gov. Lujan Grisham and her efforts to slow its spread statewide. It has taken Lujan Grisham a very long time to publicly address the...

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