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Riding the Rails to Financial Disaster!
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Albuquerque Needs a New Bus Stop (Strategy)!
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Self-Sustaining When? Heaven Only Knows!
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Why is Hollywood Panhandling in New Mexico?
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Higher Taxes ... the Last Thing New Mexico Needs!
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New Mexico's Extraction Industries ... What Next?

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Time is Right to Reform New Mexico’s Tax Code

New Mexico has a golden opportunity right now. The discovery of incredible oil riches in the Southeastern part of our State is not just a once-in-a-generation opportunity. Rather, it is the kind of thing that happens only rarely in the history of...

New RGF video explainer illustrates failure of New Mexico’s biggest corporate welfare program

The Rio Grande Foundation is constantly on the lookout for ways to educate New Mexicans about what their tax dollars are being used for and what state and local government could or should be doing better. To that end the Foundation has developed a...

KrisAnne Hall’s remarks on the Constitution and the 10th amendment

The inimitable KrisAnne Hall spoke at a Rio Grande Foundation-sponsored luncheon on July 10, 2019 in Albuquerque. Her presentation was impassioned, informational, and motivating. We had a great turnout for for this exciting event. You can watch the...

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New RGF video explainer illustrates failure of New Mexico’s biggest corporate welfare program

The Rio Grande Foundation is constantly on the lookout for ways to educate New Mexicans about what their tax dollars are being used for and what state and local government could or should be doing better. To that end the Foundation has developed a...

KrisAnne Hall’s remarks on the Constitution and the 10th amendment

The inimitable KrisAnne Hall spoke at a Rio Grande Foundation-sponsored luncheon on July 10, 2019 in Albuquerque. Her presentation was impassioned, informational, and motivating. We had a great turnout for for this exciting event. You can watch the...

Rio Grande Foundation questions APS Superintendent’s massive pay raise in KOB TV story

Teachers at Albuquerque Public Schools are getting raises totaling 6 percent or more. Already highly-paid Superintendent Raquel Reedy will get an 11% raise with her salary going from $248,000 a year to $276,000 a year. See the full story below: