Governing the Fast Lane: A Frantic First Year in New Mexico

Greenblatt, Alan
January 2004
Governing;Jan2004, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p28
Evaluates the legislative activity of New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson who was elected in November 2002. Reasons behind the stable financial conditions of the state; Relations of Richardson to the business community; Response of legislators to his tax and spending proposals.


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