On this week’s interview, Paul discusses:
- Information on New Mexico’s poor scores in math and reading on the national National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP). These results illustrate that Gov. Martinez’s education have alternately not been implemented and that the ones implemented have not been as effective as desired.
- The latest news on our local Right to Work efforts involve Otero County adopting Right to Work and Lincoln County introducing the concept. Also, when will other counties like Chaves County embrace the concept?
- What is happening with the teachers’ strike in Oklahoma? Oklahoma several other states that are Right to Work have seen teacher strikes. What does this all mean for New Mexico and its neighboring states?
- A new WalletHub study ranks New Mexico as having the 20th-highest tax burden in the nation. Is this good information? How does New Mexico stack up with its neighbors?