New Mexico’s only real problem is poverty, and poverty is perhaps the most difficult problem to solve. Let’s acknowledge that the booster bench is pretty thin, too. This is a state with a workforce of fewer than 900,000 people. There are only so many civic leaders to go around. It’s no wonder they’re tired. —
Psychoanalyzing New Mexico by @ABQJournal’s Winthrop Quigleywhereareallthegoodjobsnm)
As this OpEd aptly points out, New Mexico desperately needs new civic leaders. Who will step up?