Storm on the Horizon: Legislative Finance Committee Hears Concerning Economic, Revenue Forecasts

The Chamber released a special edition of the Legislative Roundup this week covering the July meeting of the interim Legislative Finance Committee, which took a hard look at the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and disruption in energy markets on the state’s revenue projections and what will be required to deliver a balanced budget in next year’s legislative session. Please click the link above to learn more, including the factors the Committee believes will be central to fully re-opening the economy and schools in New Mexico.

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