Monthly Archives: June 2013

Some kids are not ready for education

The little boy, age six, had two silver caps where his front teeth should have been.   Speculation was he must have been raised on sugary drinks instead of milk.  He had awful, stale-smelling breath, such as I had never before … Continue reading

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Do you really want to cut the safety inspectors?

The explosion of the fertilizer plant in the small town of West, Texas, a few weeks ago, killed dozens of people, injured many more, and blew the walls off numbers of buildings. Has that affected your thinking about how to … Continue reading

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Can New Mexico create a politically independent agency?

An important piece of your life is about to be determined by a brand new state committee that has received very little attention so far. The Insurance Nominating Committee was created by legislation to appoint the Superintendent of Insurance, who … Continue reading

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