A generation ago, the state's legislature set alcohol taxes at a few pennies per drink and hasn’t changed them since.
Mental Health & Trauma
When Anjali Kour’s husband abandoned her in India in 2017 after a 15-year abusive marriage, she lost everything – her home, her finances, and her child.
The second in a three-part series following intergenerational impacts the United States’ nearly 200 year policy of Indian boarding schools had, and continues to have, on some tribal members on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota today.
Over 73,000 residents who could benefit from treatment to reduce their alcohol consumption are not getting it, more than people addicted to all other substances combined.
For young women in the armed forces to consider suicide – and act on it – is far more common than their civilian peers, a new analysis by Voice of San Diego finds.
Stereotypes about alcohol and Native people are hiding a crisis that’s bigger than any single group.
As violence in New Mexico spikes, state leaders overlook alcohol’s integral role.
In New Mexico’s war on DWI, the relentless focus on drunk drivers misses the bigger problem of addiction.
Drinking kills New Mexicans at a far higher rate than anywhere else in the nation, and the crisis is escalating.
Alcohol hasn’t received the attention it deserves. Here are tools to report on it, whether your beat is health, crime, business, or politics.