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Broadband poised for takeoff

By Marti Burt Children’s education, business start-ups, health care delivery, farm-to-table agriculture -- what doesn’t suffer from the current state of high-speed internet coverage in New Mexico? Rural areas are especially affected, but even our biggest urban areas...

‘If you want higher wages, let me tell you what to do’

By Michael Kelley A Southern newspaper editorial writer, weighing in on the evils of the Protect the Right to Organize (PRO) Act, warned readers that "You might be a member of a labor union next year, if this thing is passed and signed." Horrors! A bigger paycheck,...

Zero impact as important as zero emissions

by Joe Neidhardt, MD Many realize that we need to get to zero emissions of nitrous oxide, methane, and CO2 if we are going to address the climate crisis.  In addition, there is another zero we need to achieve;zero impact. Our western culture has been based on...

Mary Jane Parks appointed Vice Chair 2

The Vice Chair 2 position has been filled by Mary Jane Parks. Mary Jane is former Ward Chair of 4B.   She  is a 30-year renewable energy professional with experience in early-stage wind and offshore wave energy development as well as building the first solar-powered...

Marti Burt continues party work 

Marti Burt, who served as Vice Chair from March 17-Oct. 15, has resigned and will support Democratic causes by leading letter-writing campaigns and blogging for SFCDP’s newsletter and website. She was honored with the Susan Popovich award at the Ben & Carmen Lujan...

Hundreds in Santa Fe rally in support of reproductive freedom

Hundreds in Santa Fe rally in support of reproductive freedom

Hundreds of people rallied to call for stronger protections for reproductive rights Saturday morning in front of the Roundhouse. The rally was organized by Women Warriors, a Texas-based activist group focused on fighting that state’s “heartbeat bill,” Senate Bill 8,...

Santa Fe mayor debates one rival as another backs out

Republican mayoral candidate Alexis Martinez Johnson backed out of a Tuesday evening forum hosted by the Democratic Party of Santa Fe County shortly before the event began. She refused to be a part of a “hyper-partisan debate,” she said in a statement. Martinez...

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