Day: April 15, 2021

GATEWAY CENTER MOVES FORWARD: City Makes $15M Purchase of Gibson Medical Center

Last week, the City of Albuquerque announced the finalization of the $15 million purchase of the Gibson Medical Center. The 572,000-square-foot facility will ultimately become the Gateway Center that will offer 24/7 overnight sheltering for the homeless and access to other services. While the next step is to develop a more concrete plan for how …

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BACK TO SQUARE ONE: Governor Vetoes Legislative Appropriations of Federal Funds

Of all the 158 bills Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham acted on from the 2021 legislative session, one particular action has attracted particular criticism: line-item vetoes of appropriations of federal funds in the state budget. In the final days of the legislative session, amounts of federal COVID-19 relief funds became clearer and the Senate Finance Committee …

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LEGISLATIVE RECAP: Unprecedented Virtual Session Passes a Record Low of Just 158 Bills

With the last of the Governor’s signatures and vetoes coming down last Friday, the 2021 regular session is (finally!) officially over. Here’s a quick look at what happened. The Good A package of short-term COVID-19 relief measures passed, creating a grant program to help businesses pay their rent or mortgage bills, retooling a low-interest loan …

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