The Democratic-controlled Legislature had a better track record this year in getting bills signed into law by Republican Gov. Susana Martinez.
A contested race for the Democratic nomination for New Mexico governor appears to be shaping up.
Gov. Susana Martinez vetoed money the city of Roswell sought for a statue of Hall of Fame golfer Nancy Lopez and her father, who taught her the sport in the southeastern New Mexico community.
The Democratic-controlled Legislature didn't escape the veto pen of Gov. Susana Martinez.
Gov. Susana Martinez vetoed a plan to overhaul the New Mexico Finance Authority.
Governor Susana Martinez signed a $5.89 billion budget proposal Friday that increases state spending by 4.2 percent, or roughly $235 million.
Gov. Susana Martinez is up against a deadline for dealing with bills approved by the Legislature, including a measure that would boost pay for state workers and educators for the first time since 2008.
Gov. Susana Martinez plans to sign a measure into law to lower taxes on corporations as an economic development incentive.
The lack of confirmation votes by the state Senate during the Legislature's 2013 session means two appointees of Gov. Susana Martinez won't be seated on the board of regents of Northern New Mexico College.
Former New Mexico state Sen. Odis Echols, who later become a prominent lobbyist, has died at the age of 82 after a long illness.
Gov. Susana Martinez has approved measures revamping the Public Regulation Commission, including increasing qualifications for future members.
Gov. Susana Martinez vetoed the statewide minimum wage increase measure arguing it "would be unsustainable and kill New Mexico jobs."
Gov. Susana Martinez has signed a measure into law to shore up the long-term finances of the state's pension system for teachers and other educational workers.
Gov. Susana Martinez has signed a measure into law to allow state officials to conduct immediate criminal background checks before placing foster children in the emergency protective custody of family members, neighbors or other individuals.
Police officers from Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, Los Lunas and Bloomfield told heartbreaking stories about the child abuse they’ve seen firsthand at a press conference Wednesday meant to urge Governor Susana Martinez to sign legislation that would increase funding for home visits and early childhood education.
A group called Working America says it will be in Santa Fe Monday to try and persuade Gov. Susana Martinez to sign a minimum wage increase.
A lawsuit filed by the 70-year-old father of state Rep. Carl Trujillo contends he was pulled over and mistreated by Pojoaque Pueblo tribal officers because of politics.
Just under a quarter of the bills introduced during the New Mexico Legislature's 2013 annual session were passed by both chambers.
Some lawmakers will have another chance to enroll in a state pension program under legislation sent to Gov. Susana Martinez.
The revived “Breaking Bad” received the green light by the New Mexico Legislature and now sits on the governor’s desk.