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Thinking of publishing a newsletter?

Sep 17, 2021
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Read more about Thinking of publishing a newsletter?
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Services that email newsletters to your subscribers and collect payment for them are convenient, but they are only addressing the easiest part of the business. And just because a handful of well-known writers can make a good living publishing an email newsletter doesn't mean the distribution method is key to their success.
Read more about Conservative Koch network disavows critical race theory bans
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Conservative Koch network disavows critical race theory bans

Sep 29, 2021
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As conservative political groups mobilize to ban in schools what they call critical race theory, one prominent backer of Republican causes and candidates is notably absent.
Read more about Drought tests centuries-old water traditions in New Mexico
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Drought tests centuries-old water traditions in New Mexico

Sep 20, 2021
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At the edge of a sandstone outcropping, Teresa Leger Fernández looks out on the Rio Chama. The river tracks a diverse landscape from the southern edge of the Rocky Mountains through rugged basalt hillsides, layers of volcanic tuff, and the red and yellow cliffs made famous by painter Georgia O’Keeffe. Here marks the genesis of New Mexico’s centuries-old tradition of sharing water through irrigation systems known as acequias.
Read more about Drought tests centuries-old water traditions in New Mexico
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Drought tests centuries-old water traditions in New Mexico

Sep 19, 2021
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New Mexico's Rio Chama is one of the many spots in the arid West facing more pressure as drought stretches into another decade and climate change piles on with warmer temperatures.
Read more about Democrats tackling flash points of taxes, health, climate
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Democrats tackling flash points of taxes, health, climate

Sep 19, 2021
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Congressional Democrats face a number of hurdles as they try writing a final version of a massive bill bolstering the social safety net and strengthening efforts to tame climate change. Here's a guide to some pivotal differences they must resolve.

What the IPCC report means for Monterey County

Sep 19, 2021
We need to change the status quo of development. And fast.
Read more about Democrats tackling flash points of taxes, health, climate
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Democrats tackling flash points of taxes, health, climate

Sep 19, 2021
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Revamp the tax code and important federal health care and environment programs. Spend $3.5 trillion over 10 years, but maybe a lot less. Ensure that no more than three Democrats in all of Congress vote “no” because Republicans will be unanimously opposed. Try to finish within the next couple of weeks. And oh yes: Failure means President Joe Biden's own party will have repudiated him on the cornerstone of his domestic agenda.
Read more about As COVID-19 vaccine mandates rise, religious exemptions grow
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As COVID-19 vaccine mandates rise, religious exemptions grow

Sep 17, 2021
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Religious objections, once used sparingly around the country to get exempted from various required vaccines, are becoming a much more widely used loophole.
Read more about Haitian president's hometown holds funeral amid violence
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Haitian president's hometown holds funeral amid violence

Jul 24, 2021
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The funeral for slain Haitian President Jovenel Moïse was briefly interrupted Friday by nearby gunfire and tear gas as well as agitated supporters that caused U.S. and U.N. officials to leave before his widow spoke publicly for the first time since the attack. Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the private compound where Moïse's funeral was held as some mourners inside shouted, "Justice for Jovenel!" and cheered when Martine Moïse, who was seriously injured in the July 7 attack at the couple's private home, rose to the podium at the end of the ceremony.