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Join Our Team!

We are seeking a full-time Research and Policy Analyst to conduct research and advocacy on public policies that help lift families out of poverty. This analyst is expected to be familiar with quantitative and qualitative research methods. Candidates must have a willingness to travel throughout New Mexico to build and strengthen partnerships, and engage communities of color. Read more
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Race for Results: New Mexico’s children of color face disparities

While the U.S. will have a minority-majority child population within a few years, New Mexico is way ahead of the curve, with 76 percent of our kids being children of color. Unfortunately, disparities exist for our kids along racial and ethnic lines. This fact sheet shows how New Mexico scores on the Annie E. Casey Foundation's Race for Results Index. (Oct. 24, 2017) Read more

Citizen’s Guide to New Mexico’s Tax System

Updated! Learn the basics of New Mexico’s tax system—where the state gets its tax revenue to pay for public programs—in this simplified guide. (A Fiscal Policy Project publication; updated Sept. 2017) Read more
Recent Blog Posts
October 10, 2017
When it comes to the census, it pays to be counted. The next big census is less than three years away, and a lot is at stake for New Mexico. Besides being used to determine voting districts, data from the 2020 census will translate to almost $3,000 coming into the state per person, per year for the next decade.
September 20, 2017
New Mexico’s governor is responsible for expanding Medicaid here, and it’s had significant economic and health benefits for the state. So where is Governor Martinez on this issue? We don’t know because she hasn’t spoken up.
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