Workers Are Not Expendable
The New Mexico Restaurant Association needs to know
A few weeks ago, the New Mexico Restaurant Association (NMRA) hosted a virtual protest urging restaurants across the state to post pictures of their employees outside of their establishments with signs that read “Let Us Serve.” This action came after Governor Lujan Grisham announced reimposing the ban on indoor dining at eateries and breweries.
Turning Away from the Ledge
Battling suicide in New Mexico
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PED Secretary told reporters that the department is working on a plan to reopen schools and get kids back into the classroom; the New Mexico Restaurant Association is continuing to battle health orders that ban indoor dining; the federal Bureau of Land Management has been surrendering land in New Mexico and Arizona to the US Army for use in the construction of a border wall.
A Discussion on Honesty and Reporting
COVID-19 testing exposes gaps in reporting and response
With a COVID-19 reporting system so comprehensive, where could anything go wrong?
Odds & Ends
Funny because being a post hostage happens to someone else.
Weekly virtual dance party
All abilities are invited to join online as we dance together.