Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham on Monday announced she is temporarily self-quarantined in Santa Fe after a possible exposure to COVID-19 out of an abundance of caution and in accordance with state Department of Health guidelines. A custodial staff member of the governor’s residence reported feeling unwell in the afternoon ofRead More →

Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham will host a remote news conference Thursday afternoon during which she and New Mexico health officials will discuss amendments to the state’s emergency public health order impacting food and drink establishments and houses of worship, among other changes, reflecting the state’s relative recent progress against COVID-19.Read More →

As parents across New Mexico grapple with the start of school amid COVID-19, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham will kick off the annual New Mexico Voices for Children conference with a presentation on policy reforms to improve child well-being. Deputy Director Amber Wallin says it’s especially important now to discuss systemicRead More →

The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Governor Lujan Grisham can issue fines if a business has violated the public health order. In July, the New Mexico Restaurant Association and other businesses filed a lawsuit claiming the governor was unfairly targeting the industry with her most recent publicRead More →

Friday the New Mexico Restaurant association filed another lawsuit against Governor Michele Lujan Grisham’s administration. The lawsuit is saying they have the right to get raw COVID-19 data from the New Mexico Department of Health, because they feel like the data the governor’s office is giving out is incomplete. TheRead More →

Due to worsening drought conditions across New Mexico, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has signed an executive order urging New Mexico cities and counties to consider banning the retail sale of fireworks in the state through the summer or until drought conditions improve. Approximately 75 percent of New Mexico is abnormallyRead More →