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Other states, including Arizona, have laws that prohibit employers from discriminating against workers on the basis of their status as a medical marijuana patient. more
The Taos community has continued to give generously of meals, clothes, nonperishable goods and money to help the Taos Men's Shelter through the winter."With the weather turning bitter cold, this is … more
Featured: BRIDGES BENEFIT HOLIDAY BAZAAR will be held (Saturday) Dec. 1 from 1-5 p.m. Shop local, support area artists and benefit Bridges Project for Education. 1046 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, behind … more
A judge on Nov. 21 rejected a challenge by Molina Healthcare of New Mexico to the loss of its state contract to provide managed care to Medicaid recipients. more
Heartened by their near sweep at the polls earlier this month, New Mexico Democrats are renewing an effort to repeal a decades-old state law that bans … more
Welcome to all of the new little Taoseños! more
Night monitor Brian Price saw the line begin to grow outside Taos Men’s Shelter before the worst of the storm hit on Veteran’s Day. more
SOMOS needs book lovers. Contact somos@somostaos.org or call (575) 758-0081 for more information. more
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS offers multiple meetings every day. Find a meeting by calling the 24-hour hotline at (575) 758-3318 or visiting nm-aa.org/meetings. more
HARWOOD MUSEUM OF ART needs cookies for the Lighting Ledoux event Saturday, Dec. 1 from 5-7 p.m. Hundreds of children come to this holiday event every year and they all want cookies. Bring your cookies to the Harwood Museum front desk Thursday, Nov.29 and Friday, Nov. 30. more
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