The Albuquerque Family Advocacy Center is a safe, secure and caring environment that focuses on the needs of victims of interpersonal crime.The center is committed to providing victims of domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault and their families with a safe setting to assist in addressing and overcoming the trauma of their experience and break the cycle of violence that destroys families.The difficulty is compounded by the fact that the systems do not communicate efficiently with one another.
March 2017: This year's legislative session is now over.
Our final 2017 Legislative Tracking Sheet lists bills we were tracking during the 2017 session.
The League does take action on issues of importance to its members and the community, after studying them in depth. Highlights: President's message with Convention summary, and welcome address; Studies: Nuclear storage issues, federal public lands, health care; PNM's plan for coal and other energy sources; Legislative update; Criminal justice reform project; Local League reports.
Keep up to date by reading May 23, 2017: Judy Williams of Santa Fe is the new president of LWVNM, elected at the League's State Convention in Santa Fe May 21, 2017.
Convention delegates also voted to approve three new studies for the League: transfer of federal public lands; nuclear waste storage; and health care. May 23, 2017: LWVNM urges the Legislature and the Governor to agree on a budget that fully funds essential government services.