In the last 10 years, so much has changed in Sunland Park and elsewhere along the border that observers are girding themselves for what may prove to be a damaging undercount in the 2020 census.
Underfunded, undercounted: New Mexico at risk in 2020 census
You won’t find James Ironmoccasin’s house on Google Maps. To get to his place on the northeastern edge of the Navajo Nation, head east from the 7-2-11 gas station on Highway 64 in Shiprock, take the sixth turn into “Indian Village,” a neighborhood of small, unnumbered houses on a winding, ungraded and nameless dirt lane, […]
For contracts, New Mexico increasingly looks elsewhere
A Searchlight investigation finds billions of taxpayer dollars have flowed out of state since 2013 due to government purchases that are not filled — or cannot be filled — by New Mexico companies.
Here’s how we learned where New Mexico’s vendors are located
The data don’t exist in an easy-to-grasp form, so we decided to create and share it.
New Mexico is ignoring its own rules on vendor transparency
Legislators have been pressing the state to clarify where contract dollars flow.
A conversation about treatment foster care
Ed Williams speaks with Radio Cafe’s Mary-Charlotte Domandi about his investigation into NM’s treatment foster care system.