New Mexico’s new governor thought she could do away with some environmental laws she didn’t like, but she found out it’s not that easy:
The New Mexico Supreme Court’s rebuke to Susana Martinez, the state’s new governor was blunt. “No one is above the law,” the state’s chief justice, Charles W. Daniels, said Wednesday morning as he announced the high court’s decision to reinstate two environmental regulations that the governor had unilaterally blocked upon taking office earlier this month.
Gov. Martinez doesn’t go for the connection between climate change and human activity, either.