For comprehensive colleges and universities (Western, Eastern New Mexico, New Mexico Highlands and Northern New Mexico) the Lottery Scholarship will pay $1,169 toward tuition, fees are not covered. The amount paid by the Lottery Scholarship is based on 60% of the overall average tuition of all
By Senator Mary Kay Papen, New Mexico Senate President Pro Tem
June 2, 2017
One of the great disappointments that remain since the 2017 legislative session ended is Governor Susana Martinez's veto of bipartisan legislation to protect Medicaid health providers who stand falsely accused of fraud by the
Dr. David Shulkin, Secretary for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, recently talked at a news conference about the challenges facing the VA. He spoke about such important issues as access to care, accountability, and the quality of care. Now I would like to tell you about what is happening
Today, Memorial Day 2017, Americans need to understand exactly what is happening in the world and especially in America right before our eyes.
Millions of Americans have fought and died and continue to do so to protect the America that was founded on the U.S. Constitution. That their sacrifice must
I appreciated the opportunity given to me to attend the community forum sponsored by Commissioners Billy Billings and Alicia Edwards regarding the Gila Regional Cancer Center (GRCC), and the process in which Gila Regional Medical Center (GRMC) is engaged to keep cancer services in the
Funding for New Mexico's colleges and universities, which was vetoed by the governor following this year's regular legislative session, will soon be restored, ending the confusion and consternation that has bedeviled students and faculty for months. The Legislature, which will either restore
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