New Report!

Expanding New Mexico’s Working Families Tax Credit Would Generate Economic Activity and Help Hard-Working Families

New Mexico’s Working Families Tax Credit not only lifts tens of thousands of low-income families out of poverty each year, it also generates economic activity because the money is spent quickly and locally. Increasing the value of the credit would help with New Mexico’s sluggish recovery and cost the state much less than recently enacted tax cuts for profitable corporations.

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2014 national kids count data book

After dropping to the bottom of the nation in child well-being, New Mexico again ranks 49th. This annual report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, now in its 25th edition, looks at 16 indicators of child well-being and ranks the 50 states accordingly.

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