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New Mexico’s Human Services Department wants to make changes to its Medicaid program that would not only hurt our state’s children and families, but would also place financial burdens on … more
Reforms to New Mexico’s traditional money-based bail system will make our community safer by permitting judges to lock up defendants who are most likely to commit new crimes if released. And … more
Tears of joy, tears of sadness: two sides of one coin. She was my companion for the past 15 years, with the last five years being pretty much just the two of us. Now, except for my memories, she … more
The state’s Inspection of Public Records Act is like a sledgehammer – a powerful tool designed to ensure you can break loose information about how your government is serving you. more
We all want our children to succeed in school. However, there is widespread disagreement on how best to achieve this. I believe that we have the greatest chance of success when we incorporate … more
Right now the Carson National Forest is revising the Forest Management Plan for the entire forest. This type of revision takes place once in a generation. The last time the Carson developed a fresh … more
The article “PED proposes education changes,” in The Taos News, Oct. 5, was, I believe, somewhat alarmist and misrepresented what the changes would do – beginning with the very … more
I was going to submit a letter about ways I feel we can improve our processes and increase transparency with the public. Instead I find myself grieving for our country right now, having heard about … more
Holy Cross’ change in Medicare model may save the Taos facility from bankruptcy but may bankrupt Taos community members in the process. A recent article, “Holy Cross changes Medicare … more
To speed hump or not, that is the bumpy question. After being told the speed humps would be replaced on Witt Road, the county manager informed the Taos County Commission that a public decision-making … more
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