In The News


Oct 14, 2022

Businee Leaders Learn ABCs Of CTE

“I am a huge CTE fan,” added state Rep. Joshua Hernandez.


Aug 5, 2022

Edit House Productions — On The Move Again

The City of Rio Rancho, as well as the Sandoval Economic Alliance, always like to see economic-based businesses locating in the area. And although Edit House isn’t new to the


May 23, 2022

Charter schools show education and politics can work in NM

In a world of constant disagreement, most of us can agree that division in our country is at a fever pitch. The views from national media on public charter schools


Mar 4, 2022

Legislation streamlines state funding for charter school facility improvements

“This bill will give these schools a realistic path to build and expand their facilities to continue to build a positive beginning for our children’s futures,” Hernandez said in a


Feb 9, 2022

N.M. House finally sees the light on 175% interest rates

Eight Republicans voted for the 36 percent cap. Newly appointed Rep. Brian Baca of Los Lunas was one of them. Freshman Rep. Joshua Hernandez of Rio Rancho was another who


Feb 6, 2022

New Mexico Legislature could expand Angel investment tax credit

Angel investment has helped dozens of New Mexico startups launch and grow, encouraging a bipartisan group of legislators to seek more incentives to help local Angel investors spread their wings


Jan 29, 2022

Economic Development Bills Pass NM House Committees

HB 80 would increase the amount of the angel investment tax credit for small local businesses from 25 percent to 50 percent of the investment and make this tax credit


Jan 25, 2022

Bill Increasing Penalties for Operating a Chop Shop Passes First Committee

Bill cracks down on chop shops to reduce demand for stolen cars and parts Santa Fe, NM- Legislation intended to crack down on New Mexico’s stolen vehicle black market, by


Jan 6, 2022

Legislators discuss workforce development, public safety

Three Rio Rancho-area legislators in a panel discussion last week agreed on the priorities of funding better infrastructure and workforce development in New Mexico. New Mexico Rep. Jason Harper, R-Rio