3.17.2023 – New Mexico in Focus Political Correspondent Gwyneth Doland returns to the Roundhouse for three conversations about transparency in state government. First, she speaks with Albuquerque Journal Capitol Bureau Chief Dan Boyd about the level of transparency he’s seen during this year’s 60-day session. Then, she catches up with Rob Black, the president and CEO of the New Mexico Chamber of Commerce to understand what information businesses like to see during budget drafting. Finally, Gwyneth asks St. Sen. George Muñoz, chair of the Senate Finance Committee, if the process could be more transparent for the public.
Correspondent: Gwyneth Doland
Dan Boyd, Albuquerque Journal Capitol Bureau Chief
Rob Black, president & CEO, New Mexico Chamber of Commerce
St. Sen. George Muñoz, (D) NM District 4 – Gallup, chair of the Senate Finance Committee
For More Information:
Final Approval Granted to Budget, Sending $9.6B Spending Plan to Governor – Albuquerque Journal
Senate Passes $9.6B Budget Amid Accusations of Backroom Shenanigans – NM Political Report