Nov 08 2022

Increasing the state Child Tax Credit will create more opportunities for New Mexico kids to thrive

2022-11-18T14:23:59-07:00Economic Security Publications, Education Publications, Health Publications, Local Data, Publications, Racial and Ethnic Equity Publications, Tax and Budget Publications|

Fact Sheet New Mexico recently enacted a new state-level CTC that will provide benefits to every single child throughout the state. (State-level data on how increasing this tax credit would benefit families)

Oct 28 2022

Revenue We Can Rely On

2022-10-28T12:12:36-06:00Health Publications, Local Data, Publications, Tax and Budget Publications|

Updated Policy Brief In order to build a strong economy, New Mexico must be able to reliably fund the services - like education, health care, and public safety - that our families and businesses rely on. Our over-reliance on revenue from the boom-or-bust oil industry makes that impossible. Here are the top 5 reasons we must change. (State data on revenues and expenditures)

Aug 08 2022

New Mexico 2022 KIDS COUNT profile

2022-08-08T08:55:29-06:00Economic Security Publications, Education Publications, Health Publications, Kids Count Publications, Local Data, Publications|

State Data Sheet The national 2022 KIDS COUNT Data Book, released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, assesses and ranks the 50 states on 16 indicators of child well-being, which are categorized into four domains - economic well-being, education, health, and family and community. New Mexico placed 50th in 2022. (State-level data on indicators of child well-being)

Jul 27 2022

Art as an Alternative

2022-07-27T15:51:17-06:00Health Publications, Human Rights/Civic Participation Publications, Local Data, Publications, Racial and Ethnic Equity Publications|

Report Given that so many youth within the state’s juvenile system have faced multiple adverse childhood experiences, any effective rehabilitation efforts must address their long-term impacts. This report looks at how informal diversion programs based on the arts can help youth dealing with ACEs and save the state money. (State-level data on the juvenile system.)

Jun 08 2022

New Mexico is Putting Families First in Tax Policy

2022-08-08T11:26:28-06:00Economic Security Publications, Local Data, Publications, Racial and Ethnic Equity Publications, Tax and Budget Publications|

Fact Sheet Our state’s policy makers made a number of improvements to the tax code since 2019 that will help low- and middle-income New Mexicans, improve equity, and increase economic opportunity for our working families. (State-level data on how recent tax changes will benefit families)

Feb 11 2022

A new state Child Tax Credit would create opportunities for all New Mexico kids to thrive

2022-02-15T17:26:17-07:00Economic Security Publications, Education Publications, Health Publications, Local Data, Publications, Racial and Ethnic Equity Publications, Tax and Budget Publications|

Fact Sheet Many families are still hurting from the pandemic recession. A new state-level Child Tax Credit would help hard-working families and grandparents raising grandchildren, and make our tax system more fair. (State-level data on how this tax credit would benefit families)

Jan 28 2022

Exempting Social Security Income from Taxation: Not Targeted, Not Necessary, Not Cheap

2022-02-02T14:10:35-07:00Economic Security Publications, Local Data, Publications, Tax and Budget Publications|

Fact Sheet Legislation to exempt all Social Security income from state taxes is popular, but it would only help those with the highest incomes because low-income seniors are already not taxed on their Social Security benefits. (State-level data on some aspects of the senior population)

Jan 19 2022

2021 New Mexico KIDS COUNT Data Book

2022-02-02T14:12:36-07:00Economic Security Publications, Education Publications, Health Publications, Kids Count Publications, Local Data, Publications|

KIDS COUNT Data Book Still in the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic and recession, New Mexico’s child well-being wavers. This annual report provides data on numerous child well-being indicators housed under four domains (economic security, education, health, and family and community) and includes policy solutions for ensuring a more equitable recovery. Includes some pandemic-specific data from 2021. (State- county- tribal area- and school district-level data on child well-being.)

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