Monthly Archives: August 2016

Forcing family farms to behave like businesses

Is a small family farm a business, a hobby, a living museum or something else? It’s increasingly clear we can’t have it both ways – – business and quaint tradition. The recent New Mexico Supreme Court decision on workers’ comp … Continue reading

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Talk to Congress about logrolling

The United States Senate, as you probably know, left Washington for a lengthy summer recess without passing an appropriation for research on the Zika virus. Though most senators agreed on the funding, Democrats disagreed with provisions unrelated to this issue, … Continue reading

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Early voting may require a long drive

The map of New Mexico is a vivid reminder of what starkly different worlds we New Mexicans live in – one tight clump in the center of the state and enormous open spaces dotted with small towns. The map, in … Continue reading

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