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Making manufacturers: Events aim to inspire next-generation workers

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Young people can be hard to impress, but students from Albuquerque’s Academy of Trades and Technology (ATTHS) charter school were visibly stoked by a tour of Rader Awning during 2016 Manufacturing Day events.

Before-and-after shots of the 15 ATTHS students who visited the factory where Rader manufactures awnings, shade...

Madame G guide to the starsWEEK OF JULY 21

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The Sun enters Leo on July 22 along with a New Moon. Take this time to rest and relax. You may want to think, read, reflect—because you’re about to hit the slopes. Don’t think about the future or worry about the past take it all in stride. Change is in the wind. This is a good thing. Madame G suggests you sleep because new adventures are around the corner. Peace!

Aries (March 21-April 19)

Way to go! You’re heading on a new journey. Before you take off on a 2K mile journey, get some much-needed R&R. You’re entitled. Don’t worry the wait won’t kill you. In fact, delve deep and start that research. Get all the facts and figures before you tackle the next segment. You’re...

Health Action NM applauds leaders who stood up against ‘Trumpcare’

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ALBUQUERQUE – After it became clear the Senate did not have the votes to pass the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA), Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) announced that the Senate would vote to repeal funding for Affordable Care Act and leave a replacement for the future.  By Tuesday morning, three Republican Senators released statements indicating they would vote “No” on such efforts. “I did not come to Washington to hurt people,” said Senator Shelly Moore Capito (R-WV).

“We applaud the Senators who stood up against this disastrous plan,” said Barbara Webber, Executive Director of Health Action New Mexico. “It is now time to seek bipartisan solutions to improve...

Employers have a duty to stop employees who harass co-workers online

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Employers who fail to protect employees from a co-worker’s racist, sexist or otherwise derogatory and defamatory comments on social media platforms can find themselves on the losing end of a workplace harassment lawsuit.

Case law on work-related cyber-harassment is evolving with the popularity of social media as a way for people to connect, communicate and commiserate, but one trend is clear: Courts expect employers to intervene immediately when they learn of workplace disputes spilling over onto social media, and the law increasingly considers online harassment and bullying just as egregious as the kind that happens obliquely or directly in an office or other physical job...

Madame G guide to the stars WEEK OF JULY 14

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You may notice everything is a little out of whack. It’s not as if everything is turned around. You just feel off kilter like you walk into a house and suddenly get vertigo. It’s not you. The floor is crooked. That’s because the moon is void of course on July 14. Energies will work against you. Madame G recommends that you take a moment to breathe and try again later. You’re fine.

 

Aries (March 21-April 19)

You’re on a new and exciting path. Where will you go? What will you do? The choice is yours and the options are limitless. The only fear to fear is fear itself. Don’t lock yourself away in a little box. Become more than you could ever have imagined and then become...

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