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Sharon Kayne in NM Voices for Children's Communications Director.
Sep 23 2020

Time for NMOGA to walk the talk on climate and health

2020-09-23T14:01:54-06:00Blog Posts, Economic Security Blog, Health Blog|

The article’s revelations are at once shocking and not surprising, with lobbyists who have spent years fighting against regulations to reduce methane waste and pollution admitting the problem is real. And if you suspected the industry is more concerned about its image than protecting your health, you’re right. Its answer to out-of-control methane emissions? More image polishing and public relations advertising.

Sep 01 2020

The Impact of COVID-19 on Children’s Well-Being in New Mexico

2020-09-22T16:42:42-06:00Economic Security Publications, Education Publications, Health Publications, Local Data, Publications|

Fact sheet COVID-19 and the resulting recession have caused great hardship for many New Mexico children and their families. This fact sheet looks at some of the areas where children have been impacted, including their economic and food security, and education. (State-level data on various indicators of child well-being)

Aug 29 2020

A better future awaits state — on the other side of oil industry

2020-09-22T13:12:24-06:00Economic Security News Coverage, Health News Coverage, News Coverage|

Instead, we should repeal the failed trickle-down tax breaks that were handed to the well-connected and big out-of-state corporations over the past two decades. Not only would this make us far less dependent on revenue from oil and gas, it would make our tax system more equitable for everyday working New Mexicans and more stable.

Aug 25 2020

Governor urges New Mexico to ‘double down’ on early childhood education

2020-09-22T12:53:56-06:00Economic Security News Coverage, Education News Coverage, Health News Coverage, Kids Count News Coverage, News Coverage|

“The skeptics and the challengers are loud. But we have the facts and the families on our side,” Lujan Grisham said, calling for a renewed commitment to investing in “a system that continues its focus on children and families” during the 2021 legislative session.

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