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Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Worker Rights
The U.S. Supreme Court just ruled that government workers who choose not to join a union cannot be charged for the cost of collective bargaining.
This is a huge victory for worker rights and will build on the Right to Work (RTW) momentum in New Mexico. Help fund passing and defending RTW in NM
Financial Planning: 4 Steps to Create a Realistic Budget for Your Restaurant
If your dream is to operate a successful restaurant in New Mexico, you’ll first need to learn how to create a realistic budget.
Every business needs a budget
, but they’re especially important for restaurants because money is constantly moving in and out.
Financial Planning: How To Project Revenue and Expenses for Your Restaurant
A lot of planning is required to open and operate a successful restaurant.
It's crucial to conduct thorough financial planning. If you don’t project your restaurant’s revenue and expenses, no amount of success will keep it open for long.
Liquor Laws: Never-ending Battle
State lawmakers are considering proposed changes to NM's liquor licensing system.
Members of the Economic and Rural Development Committee agreed to review the licensing system and other ideas to help jump-start downtowns in dying towns this summer.
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Double Eagle Restaurant
La Posta de Mesilla
St. Clair Winery & Bistro
Deming goes Hollywood
! Now even Stallone and crew know about
Food Safety: Recognizing TCS Food
When working to prevent foodborne illness, it’s important to recognize that some food items are
more likely than others to become unsafe.
TCS (temperature control for safety) food is food that requires time-temperature control to prevent the growth of microorganisms and the production of toxins.
Take a food safety class at NMRA!
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