Gov. Susana Martinez, in her State of the State address on Tuesday, criticized comments made last year by the new majority whip of the state Senate, Democrat Mimi Stewart of Albuquerque. Stewart spoke in 2017 during a national conference in New Orleans about the state’s lack of effectiveness in teaching low-income children. “We don’t know how to teach kids from poverty,” Stewart said at the time. “They come with no skills. Well, they have street-fighting skills. They’ve got a lot of skill.