Governor Susana Martinez moderated a panel with cancer researchers about the increase in breast cancer cases among Hispanic and Native American women under the age of 40.
Richard: late at night driving through the more dangerous and depressed neighborhoods, you will groups on corners, claiming their turf and you hustle along on your way, hoping not to become an innocent victim of another drive-by. Anyone walking or passing through these areas are in extreme danger. The peaceful quiet neighborhood does not exist here and your color might let others know you don't belong there. The home nest of criminals and thugs, need extra policing and stop and frisk on people late at night or in dark alleys, is one way of weeding out crime. Criminals sleep during the day when they might be recognized and like the "walking Dead" come out at night to do their evil in the shadows. Taking the fight to the criminals is the only way to win. Allowing ever more "hole in the wall gang" safe areas is just going to breed more violent crime