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July 2016

Hispanic Issues are more nuanced than often thought Part One:  Hispanics in New Mexico -- a long, complex history (7/22/16)

Two New Mexicans have outsize importance in 2016 presidential race (07/14/16)

June 2016

A look toward the distant November horizon and legislative control (6/22/16)

Sifting through the primary election results  Part Two (6/16/16)

Sifting through the primary election results  Part One (6/14/16)

May 2016

Early skirmishes in fight to control N.M. Legislature Part Four: …. And more key state senate primaries (5/25/16)

Early skirmishes in fight to control N.M. Legislature Part Three: Additional key state senate primaries (5/19/16)

Early skirmishes in fight to control N.M. Legislature Part Two:  Some key state senate primaries (5/18/16)

Early skirmishes infight to control N.M. Legislature Part One: Overview (5/16/16)

April 2016 

Computer chips have changed the world Part Three of Three: Albuquerque tried to catch the wave from Silicon Valley,  but those dreams have now faded (4/29/16)

Perilous state of Intel in New Mexico: Clues that could have been seen Part Two of Three: N.M. plant weakened by failure to invest, and sweeping changes in global tech sector (4/27/16)

Is Intel a “dead plant walking?” Part One of Three:  The rise and gradual decline of N.M.’s crown jewel of high tech (4/25/16)

The worst hoarders are the federal and state governments Laws and regulations pile up, year by year (4/20/16)

Washington’s habit of using plastic to pay for overspending could squeeze the flow of federal $$$ into N.M.  Part Two:  The $19 trillion national debt is becoming impossible to ignore (4/12/16)

N.M. economy faces perils not just from oil and gas slowdown – but from over-reliance on federal funding Part One: Both defense and social programs account for the influx (4/6/16)

March 2016

Enough about Trump – who votes for him, and why? Part Two of Two:  Is a class war going on? (3/18/16)

Enough about Trump – who votes for him, and why? Part One of Two: Don’t think of them as conservatives (3/17/16)

State government is in the middle of a squeeze play (3/9/16)

Out on the High Wire: Americans and New Mexicans step out into the unknown (3/1/16)

February 2016

What 2016 Legislature Did (and Didn’t) Do Part Two of Two – Issues aside from the budget (2/24/16)

What 2016 Legislature Did (and Didn’t) Do Part One of Two – The budget (2/22/16)

Crunch time in Santa Fe: Tax revenue dries up and is forcing some hard, hard, decisions (2/15/16)

Mystery in Santa Fe: The Case of the Missing Fingerprints (2/10/16)

January 2016

Medicaid dreamers jarred awake by the noise of falling oil prices (1/26/16)

Legislative money analysis: Part two of two What the oil price slump might mean to the funding of state programs (1/20/16)

Legislative money analysis: Part one of two Legislators find their spending appetites curbed by far-off China and Saudi Arabia (1/19/16)

The real story behind the driver’s license mess – and what New Mexico must now do (1/14/16)

Have you noticed that there will be elections this year? Part two of two (1/12/16)

Have you noticed that there will be elections this year? Part one of two (1/8/16)

 

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