PNS Daily News - April 25, 2017 

Today’s rundown includes a variety of topics including: the White House might consider a border wall compromise to avoid a government shutdown: Pennsylvania lawmakers consider denying the public access to police cam video; and a look at the important role DNA plays in our lives.

Daily Newscasts

Public News Service - NM: Campaign Finance Reform/Money in Pol

The public is invited to a roundtable discussion on campaign finance reform with Sen. Tom Udall in Santa Fe tonight.(cohdra/morguefile)

SANTA FE, N.M. -- In this, the final month before the election, television airwaves are crowded with half a billion dollars' worth of political ads - many of them funded by super-PACs using funds from undisclosed donors. That's the topic of a roundtable discussion on campaign finance reform schedule

A watchdog group says natural gas that leaks or burns off is costing New Mexico taxpayers millions of dollars in lost revenue. Credit: U.S. Department of Energy

FARMINGTON, N.M. - Venting and flaring at oil and natural gas wells on public lands in the Four Corners area costs the public millions in lost royalty revenue, and much more to corporations doing the extraction - not to mention releasing a major climate change contributor into the environment. Tax

PHOTO: What could become the 28th amendment to the U.S. Constitution, and reform political campaign spending limits, is being debated in the United States Senate. Photo credit: Library of Congress.

SANTA FE, N.M. - The U.S. Senate is involved in an historic debate over a proposed constitutional amendment that would give Congress and the states control of political campaign spending limits. Senator Tom Udall (D-N.M.)sponsored Senate Joint Resolution 19, which could become the 28th Amendment to

PHOTO: The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee met Tuesday to discuss New Mexico Sen. Tom Udall's proposed constitutional amendment, giving control of campaign spending to Congress and the states. Photo courtesy Sen. Udall's office.

SANTA FE, N.M. - The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee met Tuesday to discuss a constitutional amendment proposed by Sen. Tom Udall, D-N.M., that would give control of political campaign spending to Congress and the states. Udall spokeswoman Jennifer Talhelm said the goal of the amendment, Senate Joi

PHOTO: New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez has started a program that will help military veterans get commercial drivers licenses. Photo courtesy of the U-S Army.

SANTA FE, N.M. – New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez has started a program that will help military veterans get a Commercial Driver's License (CDL). Martinez says the Heroes to Highways program will recognize military transportation credentials to help veterans, as well as active-duty, National G

PHOTO: Paul Hommert is both director of Sandia National Laboratories and president of the executive board of Sandia Corporation, a for-profit LLC that runs the lab. Courtesy: National Nuclear Security Administration.<br />

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) has assessed a $6 million penalty against Sandia National Laboratories for Sandia's handling of an incident in Alaska in which two lab employees were seriously injured. However, that is not the only concern for Jay Coghlan, dire

Common Cause poster about clean elections<br />Credit: Common Cause.<br />

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Three citizens advocacy groups contend that public financing of political campaigns and campaign disclosure provisions are out of date in New Mexico. In an effort to address both issues, Common Cause New Mexico, the SouthWest Organizing Project and the Native American Vo

Event sign at University of New Mexico.<br />PHOTO Credit Pili Tobar.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Local and national political analysts and Latino leaders on Tuesday held a panel discussion of the politics of immigration and the Latino vote at the University of New Mexico. One of the topics was a fresh poll of New Mexico Latino voters that identified the most important issues

1 of 2 pages   1 2 >  Last »