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Pro-life Victories from Across the Nation

By The Family Policy Alliance Team As many state legislatures are beginning to wind down for the year, it is apparent that the pro-life movement is winning on many fronts. The proverbial starting gun went off when we witnessed the complete evisceration of all protections for preborn babies and their …

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Webinar Save the Date: Vaping 101 and Latino Youth

By National Latino Behavioral Health This webinar will provide an overview of youth vaping from what the devices look like, to why vaping is a concern with a specific focus on Latino youth. The webinar begins with a show and tell of commonly used vape products, including the Juul. Sleek, candy …

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General Services Department to begin green building project

By NMGSD The General Services Department, in partnership with other state agencies, will soon begin a $32 million project to improve the energy efficiency of state buildings in Santa Fe, including installation of solar power and government’s first battery storage of solar power.   GSD also will be purchasing the …

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WHY YOU SHOULD SELL YOUR HOME IN 2019

By Varela Real Estate Home price growth slowed in the second half of 2018, with fewer buyers entering the market, at least partially due to rising interest rates issued by the Federal Reserve. In 2019, consumers shouldn’t expect homebuyers to flood the market again and drive prices through the roof, but it’s …

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Regional Fire Update

Santa Fe Watershed Prescribed Burn Planned for Tomorrow

By SFNF Fire managers on the Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) plan to take advantage of favorable conditions, including fuel moisture levels, air quality, wind direction and weather forecasts, to conduct the previously announced prescribed burn near Nichols Reservoir in the lower Santa Fe Municipal Watershed tomorrow, April 16. Up …

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