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Are you really ticked off at the dismal condition of New Mexico’s economy?
Are you sick of hearing about our lousy tax laws, our unwelcoming business climate and our unprepared work force?
Have you lost patience with the reports about how much better our neighboring states are? Does it bother you (as my colleague Harold Morgan noted recently) that Texas and Utah ranked first and second, respectively, in a 2012 CNBC study for the most business-friendly state, while New Mexico was tied for 36th? At least we weren’t 49.
Are you tearing your hair out about our mediocre education system and massive dropout problem? The education issue is related to the economy. Executives don’t want to move their families to a state with an inferior education system. You’ve heard that, too.
Everybody writes about this. I’m asking what we could do that hasn’t already been tried and gotten bogged down somewhere.
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