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    New Mexico Election Provides Opportunity for Gun Control

    Vanessa R Martinez / New Mexico News Port/ Democrats gained control of the governor’s office and many other seats in New Mexico after the midterm elections, paving way for more progress towards gun reform come January’s legislative session. Gun control was a prominent topic among Democrats in their campaigns. Gov.-elect Michelle Lujan Grisham, a strong […]

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    Prosthetics Project Offers Hope, More Affordable Devices

    By Elizabeth Sanchez / NM News Port / Two years ago, Edie Steinhoff, a marketing and publications coordinator at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, was completing a do-it-yourself project when she lost all of her fingers on her left hand. “I was remodeling my kitchen, and I was using the table saw, […]

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    Deb Haaland prepares for Congress after historic win

    By Alyssa Bitsie / NM News Port / Before Democrat Debra Haaland heads to Congress, she threw a “thank you” party for her supporters on Nov. 26 at Hotel Andaluz in Albuquerque. Haaland won the seat for District One,  defeating contenders, Republican Janice Arnold-Jones and Libertarian Lloyd Princeton, in the November election. She made history […]

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    Health is Wealth for HFC Recipients

    Roadrunner Food Bank Helps Clients Improve Eating Habits   By Sky Willard and Nash Reynolds / NM News Port / A little over a year ago, retired X-ray technician Elizabeth Abeyta was diagnosed as a pre-diabetic. “I just reunited with my sister after 20 years, and she’s got diabetes,” Abeyta said. “She keeps telling me […]

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    The LGBTQ Diversity and Inclusion Center raises awareness for transgender children

    By Josh Grajeda and Sergio Guerrero / NM News Port / Data suggest the United State’s healthcare system has work to do to improve the experiences of transgender youth. Experts gathered in Albuquerque on Nov. 29 to address the problem. According to the 2015 U.S. Transgender Survey— the largest such survey conducted in the United […]

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    ASUNM Senators urge President Stokes to opposeTtitle IX changes

    By Anna Padilla / NM News Port / The Associated Students of the University of New Mexico Senate voted to oppose the Department of Education’s suggested changes to Title IX. According to the Department’s one-page summary of the proposed change, sexual harassment would be defined as “unwelcome conduct on the basis of sex that is […]

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