Commissioner Block read a statement that you can listen to here: Sandoval County Commission – Right to Work Ordinance (starts 6 minutes into meeting). He discussed the dire unemployment situation in New Mexico and why a Right to Work ordinance would help. Commissioner Block also shared information about an individual being forced to sign a union membership card in order to continue employment at a Sandoval County school.
It’s a sad situation when someone is forced to pay union dues against their will. Because New Mexico is not a Right to Work state, most will pay the forced dues out of fear of losing their job. New Mexicans overwhelming want choice and the choice to pay union dues or not is an important one.
Speaking of Heroes . . . nominations are open for this year’s Hero of the Year award. If you know an Elected Official, Appointed Official, Business Leader, Community Leader, or Young leader who deserves to be recognized as an NMBC Hero, download the nomination form HERE and email it to NMBC at email@example.com no later than July 31, 2017.
New date and keynote speaker for July 14, Roswell Luncheon. The Action Luncheon in Roswell has been moved to Friday, July 14. NMBC is pleased to announce Western Energy Alliance Vice President Aaron Johnson as our keynote speaker. The event will be at ‘The Liberty’, 312 N Virginia Ave, July 14, 2017, from 11:30 to 1:00 pm. Join business leaders, elected officials and candidates for office to discuss a proactive and positive approach to making New Mexico a better place to live and do business.
Limited seats left – get your tickets TODAY.
Thanks to our Roswell ‘Action Lunch’ sponsors:
Armstrong Energy – Silver Sponsor
Pecos Valley Wellness
Tinnie Silver Dollar
Complete Rehabilitation Services
2017 NMBC Heroes Banquet, early bird tickets on sale now: The Annual NMBC Heroes Banquet will be at the Hyatt – Regency, in downtown Albuquerque on September 8, from 6pm – 9pm. This uplifting banquet will honor Heroes in our state who devote their time, energy and talents protecting our families, expanding free enterprise and improving the quality of life for all New Mexicans. Early Bird pricing won’t last – get tickets HERE.
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Contact NMBC at (505) 836 4223 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.