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July 31, 2015 – Bloomberg Business reported this week that Albuquerque is one of the top twenty cities in the country that is losing residents to other cities. This news is not a surprise to many New Mexico residents, but can this trend be reversed? Does New Mexico need a new economic development strategy? Host Gene Grant and this week’s line opinion panelists debate this issue.

LINE PANELISTS:
Dan Foley, former New Mexico House Minority Whip
Rachel Sams, editor of Albuquerque Business First
Laura Sanchez-Rivét, attorney with Sanchez Legal Solutions
Diane Snyder, former New Mexico state senator

1 Comment

  1. Turrtle on August 12, 2015 at 12:43 pm

    New Mexico is a ses pool of mediocre work force un skilled. What talent that is left are leaving in droves from doctors to skilled workers. Albuquerque needs to be cleaned up the drug dealers and gang bangers need to be rounded up. The mayor of this city should be fired. There are advertisements in schools trying to stop kids from talking heroin. Can you imagine heroine. What skilled worker in there right mind would raise there family here. Our roads are disgusting our infrastructure non existent. What do you expect. I have a multi million dollar business create jobs and put dollars into our economy . Guess what Iam leaving taking my skilled workers with me for a place where there is economic freedom. From a North American perspective we are dead last in economic freedom. So someone please tell me why should I or anyone stay here?