Monthly Archives: December 2013

Taking care of injured heroes

We get emotional  — rightly so – when a law enforcement officer is injured by a criminal in the line of duty. Robin Hopkins, a Bernalillo County sheriff’s deputy, was shot by a fleeing criminal in October and is facing … Continue reading

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The work comp system is slipping a little

This year’s big news about workers’ compensation is that things are getting slightly worse, slowly, though some of the trends are not so bad.  In other words, it’s not big news.  As a factor in the state’s economic competitiveness, it’s … Continue reading

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Another attempt at a one-stop shop

Think New Mexico, the well-known Santa Fe public policy think tank, is tackling the issue of economic development, yet another of New Mexico’s perpetual weak spots.  One recommendation is that the state should develop a single online portal for all … Continue reading

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