Alibi V.21 No.27 • July 5-11, 2012 
Jenna Montoya (right) and her mother June scan headlines. Jenna Montoya will likely lose some of her health support benefits under the redesigned state program for people with developmental disabilities. Some of her friends will see more severe cuts. “I feel bad for them,” she says. “They’re not going to receive very much help.”

News Feature

Waning Waiver

Major changes loom for the developmentally disabled

Even after Jenna Montoya was placed in one of the state's most high-needs categories, her mom says she’s concerned that alterations in the waiver program on Oct. 1 will mean big cuts to the therapy her daughter receives.

News Bite

Tribal Leaders Call Out the State

Navajo Nation Vice President Rex Lee Jim says his government had limited opportunity to weigh in on the massive Medicaid overhaul. He was one of several tribal leaders who spoke at a state hearing.

Gene Grant

Downtown Action

How do we make it go?

A decade ago, Albuquerque was ranked No. 1 as having potential for a creative economy. Urban density was a key component. So how’s it going?
Odds and Ends

Odds & Ends

Funny because it happens to someone else.
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Pickled Dreams and Homegrown Things

Introduction to Homesteading

The first class in the series is free to the public and introduces the year's course schedule. Explore beginning aspects of homesteading and build self-sufficiency skills.
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