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Madame G guide to the stars Week of SEPTEMBER 16

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Happy Friday 13th! Madame G wishes you well. If you find you don’t want to do something consider your deeper motivations. You might be avoiding a deep truth that needs to be faced. It’s perfectly fine to run away to fight another day. But, sometimes you need to stare the hydra down and fight. You know if this is the time...

‘Trump is the laughing stock of the world’

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Editor,

With the 2020 U.S. Presidential Campaign underway, the likelihood of having more debates with challengers to Donald Trump has taken a new turn with two Republicans joining the race, with former Representative Joe Walsh of Illinois entering on August 24th launching his bid for the Republican nomination, and Bill Weld, the former governor of Massachusetts.

Twenty Democratic candidates are still in the mix although the requirements to stay in the race have been more of a challenge for them than Trump; they must top one percent in three polls from pollsters approved by the Democratic National Committee or tally 65,000 unique campaign donors, with at least 200 donors in 20...

Madame G guide to the stars Week of SEPTEMBER 9

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A First Quarter Moon appears on Sept. 5. This is the perfect time to take stock of your life. What do you want? Madame G recommends that you take time to enjoy your life and spend time with your loved ones. You are more than capable of steering the ship of your life where you want. Good luck!

Aries (March 20- April 19)

Don’t stress. Take a deep breath and allow a wonderful cleansing breath into your body. All is well. Remember, breathe in through your nose and out through your mouth. Repeat it for me, breathe in through your nose and out through your mouth. Good work! You can do this. Your family will appreciate your honesty and your new outlook.

Taurus (April 20- May 20)

Don’t...

Udall thanks Twin Lakes native and Native American Congressional Intern

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WASHINGTON, D. C. - U.S. Senator Tom Udall, vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, thanked Twin Lakes native and Udall Foundation Native American Congressional Intern Raven Pinto for her work as an intern in his Washington, D.C., office this summer. During her ten weeks on Capitol Hill, Pinto worked primarily on legislative issues related to Indian affairs.

“U.S. Senate interns gain invaluable experience as they learn to navigate our nation’s legislative process and the Capitol’s halls,”  Udall said Aug. 12. “It’s been a pleasure to work with Raven this summer, and I hope she finds her experiences during this internship rewarding as she finishes college...

Rep. Torres Small speaks out against indefinite detention of immigrant children

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WASHINGTON, D.C. -  Congresswoman Xochitl Torres Small, NM-2, released a statement Aug. 23 calling on the Trump Administration to reconsider changes proposed to the interpretation of the Flores Settlement Agreement concerning detention of migrant children in federal facilities.

“Children are especially vulnerable when they are held in detention. The Flores Agreement addresses that fact. We all recognize that our immigration system is broken, but keeping children in detention with no end in sight does not improve safety or reflect our values.  I call on the Administration to reconsider its decision, and come to the table to work with the leadership from both parties and Chambers to...

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