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Dogma Days of Summer: Poverty

Dogma Days of Summer: Poverty

Nobody likes to think about it. But if we must, we prefer our poverty at a distance. Yet given that a whopping 30% of Las Crucens live in poverty, odds are that poverty is much closer than you think. Poverty is not just morally wrong. It is a legislative malpractice.

As the special session approaches, will you contact Governor Martinez and share your story of how her proposed 5% cuts across the board will hurt you and her family? 

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As many of you know, like the 30% of New Mexican children living in poverty, I also grew up in poverty. The difference between them and I is that I had a lot of luck along the way.

Do you really want to live in a state where all New Mexican children must rely on luck to get by?

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