Health Security Can Happen
Legislation would create a self-insuring state
We interview Max Bartlett, chair of the group working on the Health Security Act, which would have the state set up one large health insurance pool for all N.M. citizens.
Plastic, Pets and De Anza
City and county government news you can use
With the 525,600 minutes of 2019 ticking away, the Bernalillo County Commission and the Albuquerque City Council held their first meet ups of the New Year.
An order that eased restrictions on natural gas well locations was suspended last week; hundreds of New Mexicans employed by the federal government have applied for unemployment; City of Albuquerque wants to transform the empty Rail Yards in Downtown into a campus for film students.
Alan Fulford, Field and Frame
Saint Hustler the Patriotic
Flynt’s essence is made from the flag’s fabric
Larry Flint reminds you that you can't take personal freedom for granted.
Odds & Ends
Funny because a smartphone-empowered Antichrist happens to someone else.
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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.