Daniel Ivey-Soto Will Lawmakers Give Voters The Ethics Watchdog They Asked For? By Marisa Demarco • Mar 5, 2019 no author / public domain via goodfreephotos.com Listen Listening... / 3:54 For decades, legislators have repeatedly fumbled the creation of an ethics commission to stop government corruption. But voters demanded one overwhelmingly in November, and now it’s on some of the very people the commission would police—state lawmakers—to decide what it can and can’t do. They’re considering two bills this year: one where people can see what the commission’s up to and one where it’s mostly secret. Governor Signs Campaign Finance Open Data Bill By Gwyneth Doland • Feb 29, 2016 Zack McCarthy via CC Listen Listening... / 1:05 In front of a group of commercial real estate developers, Gov. Susana Martinez signed a bill she said will make the campaign finance system more accurate and transparent, and make it easier for the public to access the information.