By Rob Nikolewski │ New Mexico Watchdog SANTA FE — New Mexico taxpayers this past year saw little good, plenty of bad and a whole lot of ugly. A review of the Top 10 stories covered and uncovered by New Mexico Watchdog shows a parade of bad behavior and wasted money in the Land of Enchantment. But to [...]Read More>>
By Rob Nikolewski │ New Mexico Watchdog SANTA FE – A conviction for gun smuggling isn’t stopping a former Columbus mayor from getting nearly $17,000 a year in taxpayer-funded pension money, New Mexico Watchdog has learned. The former mayor, Eddie Espinoza, was released from federal prison in late November three years early from a four-year sentence after [...]Read More>>
By Rob Nikolewski │ New Mexico Watchdog SANTA FE — If you want to work somewhere with plenty of vacation and sick days, it’s hard to beat a job as the president of one of New Mexico’s eight independent two-year colleges. The compensation packages for at least four of those presidents allows a minimum of 20 vacation.
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By Rob Nikolewski │ New Mexico Watchdog Rio Arriba County will no longer pay to send county employees to NetRoots Nation conferences. About five months ago, New Mexico Watchdog revealed two workers attended the well-known liberal political convention using taxpayer money. “Rio Arriba County will no longer honor any travel requests to future NetRoots Nation conferences,” county manager Tomás [...]Read More>>
By Rob Nikolewski │ New Mexico Watchdog SANTA FE — At least 63,900 people in New Mexico have been notified they’re going to have to change their individual health care policies — some must do it within a matter of months while others can wait until end of next year — according to a review by [...]Read More>>