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On this week’s Tipping Point NM Paul and Wally discuss the Gov.’s latest COVID 19 orders. There isn’t much new aside from it being extended for 30 days, but quietly studio gyms can reopen at 25% capacity. Wineries are also able to open like breweries.
Mostly the Gov. complained in her press conference about lack of Congressional action on “stimulus.”
GRT’s are down, but only a little. How is that possible? It has to do with the massive CARES Act spending.
RGF signed on to an education lawsuit countering NM Attorney General Hector Balderas. Balderas wants to prevent private schools from accessing CARES Act funding.
ONE restaurant owner says the Gov. is doing a great job. Wally and Paul discuss.
NM’s PRC goes for 100% renewable/battery. What’s this mean?
Marathon will permanently close a refinery near Gallup. Allsup’s is closing its Clovis office.