SANTA FE, New Mexico — Gov. Susana Martinez is making a quick trip to Texas to talk about tax reform and economics.
The governor will be speaking Wednesday at a symposium in Austin that's hosted by the Institute for Professionals in Taxation.
Her office says she'll discuss efforts to grow and diversify New Mexico's economy. Part of the focus will be on the state's tax and regulatory climate and how that has affected New Mexico's ability to compete when it comes to jobs and new investment.
Martinez also plans to attend two political fundraisers while in Austin.
She'll return to Santa Fe later Wednesday.
The trip is being paid for by the governor's political committee.