When it comes to weather, the climate in New Mexico — 300 days of sunshine annually — is hard to beat.Read More →
Talks in Capitol Hill have touched on approving emergency funding to reopen the national parks, but superintendent at Carlsbad Caverns National Park isn’t optimistic.Read More →
By Eric Boehm | PA Independent
HARRISBURG — The Corbett administration is not too keen about the prospect of borrowing billions to help pay off Pennsylvania’s unfunded pension liability.
That borrowing would be a key part of a pension overhaul plan introduced this week by state Rep. Glen Grell, R-Cumberland. His proposal would allow the state to borrow [...]
Part 14 of 51 in the series Shutdown 2013
By Eric Boehm | Watchdog.org
The federal government shut down at midnight Monday after Congress was unable to reach an agreement on several budget issues.
But as Tuesday dawns, state governments will carry on with little or no negative consequences in the short-term.
Though the shutdown will limit visitors to [...]
The good news about a possible government shutdown? It won’t affect the vast majority of people in New Mexico, even state employees.Read More →