Brought to you by Sarah Kennedy:
America deserves a common sense immigration process that includes a roadmap for new Americans who aspire to be citizens… take it away, Sarah:
What’s wrong with this picture? Voters waiting in line for hours to vote in Chaparral and Rio Rancho. Hard-to-update, inaccurate paper-based voter registration systems. It’s little wonder that New Mexico’s voter participation rate is so disappointing. Our elections should be free, fair and accessible to all New Mexicans.
Of course, Sarah has some answers:
New Mexico’s Medicaid opportunity — it will save lives, save money and create jobs. Sarah Kennedy lays it all on the line in her latest video:
Sarah Kennedy poses the question and gets many answers:
Not to be outdone by Mourdack or Colbert, Sarah Kennedy gives her own rapid (pre)response:
On June 23, 1972, Title IX became the law of the land. It stated in part:
No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity…
Title IX’s impact on women’s athletics over the last 40 years is undeniable. And that, dear friends, is the subject of Sarah’s video this week:
The issue is pay equity and the wage gap. Sarah K. is on it.
Fire season is upon us with serious outbreaks throughout New Mexico and Colorado. Our thoughts and prayers are with those whose homes have either been consumed or are currently endangered. And a huge shoutout to the brave and tireless firefighters.
Taking the longer view, Sarah Kennedy offered these thoughts last week about the relationship of increased fire danger and climate change:
Why do we need a strong Pit Rule? Take it away, Sarah: