Three things to look for on December 11

Just two weeks until Christmas and three weeks until 2016. This year sure did fly by; stories recapping the year are already showing up here at NM Political Report and will continue to until the end of the year. You can see them all here. Anyway, here are three things to look for on Friday, December 11. If you want to add anything on future dates, feel free to email editor@nmpoliticalreport.com.

Three things to look for on December 10

We’re almost there to the end of the week. If you have anything to add for future days, go ahead and email editor@nmpoliticalreport.com and we’ll see about adding it. 1. Legislative Finance Committee meeting hits Day Four

If you want to see talk about education—which makes up a huge chunk of the state’s budget—then today is your day. Hanna Skandera will take up the morning portion from 9:00 a.m. to noon (though it could go longer).

Three things to look for on December 9

Here are three things to look for on Wednesday, December 9. As always, if you have anything you want to add for future days feel free to shoot an email to editor@nmpoliticalreport.com. Also, we are including our stories from the previous day at the bottom of the post. 1. Rio Rancho capital outlay forum

Republican legislators from Rio Rancho will meet tonight to discuss capital outlay projects.

Three things to watch for on December 8

Here are three things to watch for on Tuesday, Dec. 8. If you want to add anything new for future days, feel free to shoot an email to editor@nmpoliticalreport.com. Also, we will start adding links to our stories from the previous day, in case you missed any of them. 1.

Three things to watch for December 7

Today marks the 74th anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor by Japan, which pushed the United States into World War II and you can expect remembrances throughout the state (and nation) today. Meanwhile, there are still a few other things to watch for today, December 7. If you have anything you want to add for future editions, feel free to email editor@nmpoliticalreport.com. 1. Budget projections

The Legislative Finance Committee starts its December meetings today with a bang—a look at the latest General Fund revenue projections for next year.

Three things to watch for December 4

Finally Friday. Here are three things to watch for Friday, December 4 (and a couple for this weekend). If you have anything you want to add, feel free to email editor@nmpoliticalreport.com. 1. Public meeting on Clean Power Plan

The state Environment Department will hold a meeting in Las Vegas over the implementation of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan that seeks to reduce carbon emissions.

Three things to watch for on December 3

Here are three things to look for on Thursday, December 3. Reminder, if you have anything to add for future editions, go ahead and email editor@nmpoliticalreport.com. 1. Heinrich at energy forum in DC

U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich will take part in an energy forum put together by The Hill at 6:30 a.m. local time. Why so early?

Three things to look for on December 2

Sorry, you won’t get a four-day weekend this week like last week, so today’s Wednesday is just that—another Wednesday. Still, there are some things to look forward to here on Wednesday, December 2. If you have anything you want to lag for future days, feel free to email editor@nmpoliticalreport.com. 1. Legislation to increase criminal penalties

With this year shaping up to be a year with a lot of debate on crimes, as we said yesterday, the Courts, Corrections and Justice Interim Committee has a docket chock full of interesting legislation to look at.