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Joey Peters and myself were joined by Santa Fe Reporter staff writer Justin Horwath. Horwath spoke about Prosperity New Mexico, a non-profit with an early document that explicitly said it was to help promote Democrats for office — a no-no in the 501(c)4 game.
We also discussed a story on combined reporting that I wrote for Albuquerque Business First. The combined reporting bill was targeted at big box stores — but was further watered down so as to exempt big box stores with 750 or more employees at non-retail locations.
We also touched on the Albuquerque mayoral race and what Pete Dinelli qualifying for public financing means — and how the organizational clout it showed may be as valuable than the $362,000 in public funding that Dinelli received.