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Worth

The Local's Guide to the Santa Feconomy

Local Economy SFR has traditionally published our locavore’s guide to Santa Fe at this time of year. This year, we present Worth: The Locals’ Guide to the Santa Feconomy. We tackle a broad swath of the issues and...

Wednesday, March 16, 2011 SFR

So You Want to be a (Legal) Drug Dealer?

Here’s how to navigate the system

Local Economy New Mexico’s Medical Cannabis Program—four years old this July—has been called the most restrictive medical marijuana program in the nation. SFR has produced a guide to navigating the complexi...

Wednesday, March 16, 2011 Alexa Schirtzinger

Selling Local

There’s a flip side to buying local, and it ain’t always easy

Local Economy In Santa Fe, as in a growing number of cities across the country, the economic benefits of buying locally at the consumer level are well-documented and routinely championed. But there’s very little in the...

Wednesday, March 16, 2011 Zane Fischer

Buy Local: No Ifs, Ands or Uncovered Butts

Five things you didn’t know you could buy locally

Local Economy Sometimes even the most well-intentioned local shoppers assume that certain items just aren't available in Santa Fe

Wednesday, March 16, 2011 Zane Fischer

A Question of Quality

The calculus of happiness remains elusive, no matter how you crunch the numbers

Local Economy Santa Fe has a brutal cost of living when compared to the average annual income of individual citizens. Most Santa Feans, however, will tell you they enjoy a high quality of life. How is this possible?

Wednesday, March 16, 2011 Tim Kraemer

Can State-Owned Development Banks Save America?

How about New Mexico?

Local Economy When Wall Street banks started messing with North Dakota by foreclosing on farm properties nearly a century ago, the “Peace Garden State” gave big banking the finger and established its own financia...

Wednesday, March 16, 2011 Zane Fischer

Sunshine Daydream

How much public transparency is enough?

Local News When it comes to providing quick answers to specific questions, the New Mexico Sunshine Portal excels. But critics say the portal falls short for downloading information, building charts and spreadsheets or eve...

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Zane's World

Point by Data Point

Opinion On March 30, the Santa Fe City Council is scheduled to debate and vote on whether or not to issue a six-month moratorium on the installation of any new towers or antennas related to cellular and wireless connec...

Wednesday, March 9, 2011 Zane Fischer

No Kidding

Child Care in Santa Fe is Growing–Out of Reach

Features The state has instituted ambitious changes over the past few years to the way child care is regulated. Oversight of providers by the state Children, Youth and Families Department has increased, with background ...

Wednesday, March 9, 2011 Wren Abbott

Exchange Rate

Lawmakers mull health reform options

Local News State Rep. Terry McMillan, a freshman Republican from Doña Ana County, describes the future of health care in New Mexico in consumerist terms: “like a mall for health insurance plans.”

Wednesday, March 2, 2011 Alexa Schirtzinger
 
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