The Albuquerque Journal covered the release of CVNM’s 2015 Scorecard:

By Deborah Baker | The Albuquerque Journal

Thirty-seven state lawmakers scored 100 percent on Conservation Voters New Mexico’s legislative scorecard for 2015, released this week.

Twenty House members and 17 from the Senate – all Democrats – made the list, as the environmental group toted up votes on 13 pieces of legislation in the House and 10 in the Senate from this year’s 60-day session.

Eleven Republican lawmakers, nine in the House and two in the Senate, rated a zero from the group for their votes.

That was a record at both ends of the spectrum, marking a legislative session the group said was especially polarized.

Find the full rankings online at CVNM.org/Scorecard.

Read the full piece by the Albuquerque Journal.