SANTA FE (KRQE) - It's now easier for you to help abandoned and abused horses in New Mexico.
On Thursday Gov. Susana Martinez signed into law new legislation allowing New Mexicans to donate part or even all of their tax refunds to help shelters that take in abandoned and abused horses.
Lately those shelters have been overwhelmed because people can't afford to care for the animals.
Tax returns currently can be marked to help National Guard soldiers, wildlife projects and drug-abuse programs in schools.
The New York Times calls "American Idiot" "wonderfully raucous" and "emotionally charged."
Manners matter especially during the holiday season.
You've heard us talk a lot about Toys for Tots and how you can help needy kids in Albuquerque this Christmas.