Rep. Deb Haaland

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The crew at NoMoNo headquarters takes a look at where we’ve been since the pandemic started, reflecting a little—hard to find time to do it when we’re all stuck in an unending news cycle. But hopefully, this is a pleasant look back if you’ve been hanging in there with us. We want to thank all of you who listened to the show when it was Your New Mexico Government back in March—you know, 1,000 years ago.

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U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy has made some cutbacks at the U.S. Postal Service since being appointed in June, delaying mail deliveries around the country. Members of New Mexico’s congressional delegation and union leaders gathered in front of the main post office in Albuquerque Tuesday, Aug. 18, to decry the changes made ahead of the election and explain what they mean for people in New Mexico.

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U.S. Rep. Deb Haaland on Tuesday cancelled her election watch party to instead stream a conversation with local community leaders organizing for racial justice. During the online event called “Be Fierce: Say Their Names," the congresswoman expressed solidarity with the organizers who said they envision continuing their work through protest and creating spaces for people of color.