Monthly Archives: February 2012

Contrarian thinking about “legislative reform”

There’s an old saying that no one is safe when the legislature is in session. Most of us wouldn’t argue about whether a lawmaking body is needed; the pace of change in modern society dictates that that laws must be … Continue reading

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Workers’ comp: do you want it or not?

New legal developments related to the workers’ compensation system are affecting two important New Mexico industries – in precisely opposite ways, for precisely opposite reasons. Before this discussion continues, let me jump ahead to a conclusion, lest the reader assume … Continue reading

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Just one more special favor for the spaceport

It’s all go for Spaceport America. According to Christine Armstrong, executive director of the Spaceport Authority, five hundred people are already signed up to fly into space with Virgin Galactic, at a ticket price of $200,000 apiece.  A grand visitor … Continue reading

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