jm_chiefuasf99 | February 16 2012 4:00pm
I say good for the House, AGAIN!!!! It seems the only people of trust is in the House. This illegal action needs to stop. One victory in the immigration problem would be great. What better place to start than in New Mexico. I fully support the Governor's action and she will have my vote, if it goes to the people to decide.
bmwking123 | February 9 2012 10:36pm
I think KRQE needs to look into the scuttle-butt running rampant in Santa Fe regarding the mexican drug cartels and even the mexican government paying NM state legislatures under the table to keep voting FOR drivers licenses for illegal aliens.
Seems a private investigator up there even has pics of legislators taking envelopes from less than scrupulous individuals. Birds of a feather flock together......
Eliana | February 5 2012 4:51pm
I am sick and tired of people invading our country illegally and then expecting and often demanding the same rights and priviledges as all legals immigrants and US citizens. It's an outrage! Our schools, our hospitals, especially their delivery rooms and newborn units are filled by illegals! Illegals receive welfare benefits not readily available to many US citizens. It's become routine in the Mexican border towns, for young Mexican girls to deliver their babies across the border, allowwing them to automatically become US citizens. Enough is enough! The drivers licenses for illegals were the straw that broke this camel's back.
Governor Martinez, keep up the good work! And to the Media, please let everyone know in NM who voted for and who voted against banning drivers licenses for illegals. We have the power to vote them out-off office at the next elections.
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New Mexico is located in the southwestern region of the U.S. Inhabited by Native American populations for many centuries, New Mexico has also been part of Imperial Spain, part of Mexico, and a U.S. territory.