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New Mexico Aging & Long-Term Services Secretary Appoints New State Long-Term Care Ombudsman

By ALTSD Aging & Long-Term Services Secretary Alice Liu McCoy on Wednesday announced the appointment of Linnea Forsythe as New Mexico’s state long-term care ombudsman.     “A strong ombudsman program is critical to protecting the health, safety and rights of New Mexico’s most vulnerable population—residents of nursing homes, assisted–living …

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Santa Fe Public Schools and NEA-Santa Fe Recognize SFPS May Educational Support Professional of the Month, Eileen Ulibarri

By SFPS In partnership with NEA-Santa Fe, Santa Fe Public Schools (SFPS) is pleased to announce that Amy Biehl Community School’s librarian, Eileen Ulibarri, is the SFPS May Educational Support Professional (ESP) of the Month.  Ms. Ulibarri was recognized on Thursday, May 16th with an award, gift card, and certificate …

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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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DOH and HSD to Develop a Medicaid Home and Community Supports Waiver Program for People with Disabilities Currently Waiting for Assistance on the Developmental Disabilities Waiver

By New Mexico Human Services Department Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham instructed the New Mexico Department of Health (DOH) and the Human Services Department (HSD) to develop a Medicaid supports waiver program to aid people with developmental disabilities in our state who are currently waiting for services. “New Mexico must find creative …

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Abortion Bill Defeated!

By The Family Policy Alliance of New Mexico Team I am sure you have already heard, but last night we defeated the radical abortion bill, HB 51, in the New Mexico Senate by a vote of 24-18 after 8 democrats joined 16 Republicans in opposition! After the final vote was announced, …

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