City Changes Records Policy in Response to Complaints
New Mexico Compass / Opinion / Politics / Transparency

City Changes Records Policy in Response to Complaints

  By Marisa Demarco — The New Mexico Foundation for Open Government announced today that the City of Albuquerque will charge no more than $6.75 for DVDs and $2.75 for CDs for public records requests. This is a big win for not just journalists but everyone with an interest in accessing records that are available … Continue reading

FCC Chairman Comes to Albuquerque
New Mexico Compass / Opinion / Web

FCC Chairman Comes to Albuquerque

Update 7/18/14: The FCC extended its deadline for public comment regarding proposed changes to net neutrality rules. Feedback will be accepted through midnight on Friday, July 18. By Marisa Demarco —Something important is happening tonight, and only a handful of people know enough about it. Federal Communications Commission chairman Tom Wheeler is coming to Albuquerque to answer … Continue reading