Tag Archives: open meetings

Local Attorney & Parent Of UNM Athlete Reacts To Regents Decision

Lobo Parent Speaks Out

August 3, 2018 – Albuquerque attorney Greg Williams specializes in open government cases. He also has a son who is about to start at UNM and expected to play soccer at the university. The UNM Board of Regents vote in July to cut four sports at the university, including soccer. At least two complaints have been filed about how the regents handled communication with the public and allege they violated the state Open Meetings Act. Williams stopped by this week to share his personal and professional reactions to the regents’ decision.

2015 Legislature: Transparency in Government

This week, NMiF correspondent Gwyneth Doland asks lawmakers and advocates at the Roundhouse about proposals to increase transparency in campaign contributions and state government.

Legislation:
SB 537 – Sunshine Portal State Contract Info
HB 378 – Require Oral Public Comment At Meetings

People, Power and Democracy: This story is part of a reporting partnership between New Mexico In Depth, KUNM and NMPBS that attempts to pull back the curtain on how the New Mexico Legislature works and, in some cases, doesn’t.