Alibi V.26 No.36 • Sept 7-13, 2017 
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News Editorial

Mijo, I’m Sick

Healthy Workforce Ordinance signals progress

The Healthy Workforce Ordinance would require that employers provide accrued paid sick time of one hour for every 30 hours worked.

County Matters

Santolina Moves Ahead

Development’s second phase approved

The Santolina project gained some significant ground after the Bernalillo County Commission narrowly approved the next phase for the planned mega-development on the county’s far southwest mesa.
The News Monkey

Newscity

HUD wants its Community Development Block Grant money back and N.M. hires accountants to model the tax code to predict the consequences of changes.

New Mexico News

NM Oil and Gas Development Looms

Chaco, tribal lands at risk

Retired National Park Service employees spoke with reporters this week about the impacts of oil and gas development on some national parks—particularly from adjacent lands overseen by the US Bureau of Land Management.
Odds and Ends

Odds & Ends

Funny because being swallowed by the street happens to someone else.
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EVENT HORIZON ()

Kick 'Em When They're Down

Women's Self Defense Workshop

Being a woman is super easy. Are we right, ladies? There's never an iota of fear while walking down the street, simply based on our appearance. Note the sarcasm, men. The key is knowing what to do if danger arises. And what lady can't recall a time they didn't feel unsafe while walking down a street for one reason or another? Shihan Fred Sesler of Sesler's Jiu-jitsu hosts a free two-hour Women's Self Defense Seminar to teach exactly how to handle common attacks and stay aware of surroundings. On Saturday, Jan. 19 from 1 to 3pm, bring a friend, dress comfortably and learn how to be a truly strong, independent and badass woman at OmniStrength.  
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