New Mexico’s governor has delivered budget recommendations that include a new round of pay increases for public school and state government workers plus subsidies to expand early childhood schooling and provide tuition-free college. Teachers’ pay would increase by 4%, while state employees would see a 3% raise. A 2% increase is proposed at public colleges and universities, under the recommendations to the state Legislature from Democratic’, second-year Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham. General fund spending overall would increase by more than 8 percent to about $7.7 billion, extending a spending spree underwritten by record-setting oil production in southeastern New Mexico and the money it provides to state government through taxes, royalties and lease purchases.