FOG in the News


‘Ensuring public’s trust’: N.M. PD’s spokesman emphasizes fast, transparent communications, July 4

University of New Mexico invests in funds with shares in Israeli companies, July 3


Confusion over New Mexico’s financial disclosure laws might be the reason dozens of politicians don’t report an income, June 26

NM budget process focus of NMFOG Town Hall in Las Cruces, June 22

Carlsbad releases police reports from shooting to Current-Argus despite initial denial, June 18


Journalists must be able to do their jobs, May 20

Arresting reporters on the job violates Constitution, May 19

New Mexico Foundation For Open Government: Pretrial Supervision Records Are Public Records, May 18

2 journalists among those arrested at UNM duck pond encampment, May 17

FOG: Arresting Reporters Violates First Amendment, May 17

State watchdog group blasts UNM police for arrest of journalists at Duck Pond, May 16

FOG Applauds Court Decision Enforcing State’s Open Meetings Act On Village Of Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, May 8


Dannemann: A Medical Cost You Didn’t Know About, April 15

FRI: Oil and gas companies must pay more to drill on federal lands under new rule, April 12

A call to investigate the Bernalillo County Commission, April 12

FOG Asks DOJ To Investigate Rolling Quorum Claim, April 12

New Mexico watchdog group asks DOJ to investigate Bernalillo County Commission, April 12

Commissioners Steven Michael Quezada and Walt Benson Commend NM FOG, April 11

City of Santa Fe Announces Salary Increases, April 8

Publisher’s journal: DOJ: Chancellor contract ‘not valid’, April 2

Department Of Justice Issues Determinations Protecting Public’s Right To Know, April 1


City denies violating open meetings law, March 28

Transparency is key to democracy, March 15

New Mexico Highlands University Board of Regents meeting notice, March 15

Shine On: NMFOG Celebrates Sunshine Week And Its Own Efforts To Ensure Open Government, March 14

SFPD: Shooting Suspect Died, March 14

We’re Busy Rebranding Award: A local iteration of The Foilies goes to New Mexico Attorney General Raúl Torrez, March 13

Shine on: NMFOG celebrates Sunshine Week and its own efforts to ensure open government, March 13

OPINION: Even reporters are still being denied access to government proceedings, March 12

Sunshine Week 2024: You have the right to know what your local government is doing, March 10

A whiff of a rolling quorum, March 8


Meeting over converting Santa Fe streetlights to LEDs to be online only, February 20


New Board Member Join Transparency Group, January 24

Group pushing for government transparency in New Mexico elects new board members, January 21

Open government group hires legal director, January 18

Fog Board Hires Amanda Lavin As Legal Director, January 12