What’s next for the American economy?

By Greg Zanetti May 17, 2023 America’s economic transition from a focus on industry to service to design and finally to finance has progressively distanced our economy from tangible reality. The quote by Charles Wilson, “What’s good for GM is good for America,” might sound arrogant today, but it held some truth in 1953. America’s strength was its industrial might, creating … Read More

‘This new tax could be the last nail in the coffin’: Paid Family and Medical Leave Act to cost taxpayers $400M if it becomes law

By New Mexico Sun Report Mar 1, 2023 A proposal to mandate paid leave for workers, which New Mexico business owners said could hurt their businesses, could pass the Senate March 1.  A task force assigned to develop a plan that requires workers to receive paid family and medical leave (PFML) presented a proposal to New Mexico lawmakers last year that … Read More

Food Bank: Costs on the Rise

Woman walking down a bulk grocery aisle for roadrunner foodbank

By New Mexico Sun Report Dec 23, 2022 Rising inflation and threats of an impending recession have had a trickle-down impact on food banks experiencing shortages of donations during the holiday season. Roadrunner Food Bank director of communications, Sonya Warwick, said rising food budgets have been difficult on everyone. “Just like people that we serve who are in our food lines … Read More