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Even as the pandemic has taken a turn for the less-severe this year - with vaccination rates rising and economies beginning to show signs of recovery - mental health professionals throughout the world have seen clear indicators of a coming psychosocial crisis. One of their biggest concerns is how this problem impacts our kids, who had even fewer outlets to vent their pandemic-related anxieties than adults did.
Each of our 50 states has two U. S. Senators. A state with a small population like Wyoming and a large state like California each have two Senators. This is clearly not equal representation because the voters in small states have more political power proportionally than people in large states...
Column > 'It's like having gasoline out there," said Brian Steinhardt, forest fire zone manager for Prescott and Coconino national forests in Arizona, in a recent AP story about the increasingly fire-prone West.
Now something else is happening -- and at the worst possible time.
State health officials are urging New Mexicans who have not yet been vaccinated to do so, in hopes of the state reaching its 60 percent vaccination goal by July 1. If the goal is met, the state will reopen fully, without any limitations, according to a press release from the New Mexico Department of Health.
One of the nation's largest high-tech medical cannabis manufacturing and research facilities is about to set up shop in rural New Mexico, thanks to a $300 million investment from the Bright Green Corporation.
The new facility will be built at Bright Green's corporate offices in Grants, NM, 80 miles west of Albuquerque, and is expected to create more than 170 construction jobs and an initial 200 research and agricultural jobs.
As the state stands up recreational cannabis, administrators want to hear from you, the public, on new industry rules that would work for everyone.
On Tuesday (May 25), state agencies posted a proposed set of rules for cannabis producers on the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department's website.
Now that New Mexico has legalized recreational cannabis, local leaders must enact new ordinances that align with the state law. Emily Kaltenbach, state director of the nonprofit advocacy organization Drug Policy Alliance, spoke to members of the Intergovernmental Council on Thursday (May 20) about what they should prepare for at the town and county level.