Monthly Archives: June 2012

Hooray, We’re Not Wisconsin

On the same day as the New Mexico primary, Wisconsin voters voted not to recall their governor. Pundits have been busy analyzing the tea leaves about that election.  I’m considering the meaning for New Mexico.  I think simply:  thank goodness … Continue reading

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The two drug issues in workers’ compensation

Drug abuse is back in the news in workers’ compensation – with a new wrinkle. The Workers’ Compensation Administration is suggesting yet another attempt to change the statutory language relating to workers who get injured while using drugs or alcohol.  … Continue reading

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Primary elections are tough on voters and candidates

New Mexico’s primary election is among the last scheduled in the nation. On June 5, we will be joined by California, Montana, New Jersey and South Dakota in holding what is described as a “consolidated” presidential and state primary.  North … Continue reading

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