Written by Santa Fe Bankruptcy Lawyer, Gini Nelson. It’s especially hard that when you are being hit hard by the economy, that there’s little real, constructive discussion about what to do. People often are more interested in promoting their own agenda than in listening to people about what values they may share that may help finding solutions. If you are in Albuquerque, however, you may have a rare opportunity to share in a real discussion, from which you might get some helpful ideas and which might help make policy to help everyone.
I wrote about the forum in a post I did last week for Bankruptcy Law Network, a national bankruptcy blog. The National Issues Forum will take place March 23 at 10:00 a.m. at the Albuquerque Journal offices at 7777 Jefferson NE, with limited seating, first come first served, with prior registration for this free event. At the forum, three options for gaining economic security will be discussed: (1) Act More Responsibly with Our Money; (2) Look Out for Each Other; and (3) Grow Our Way Out.
This forum is part of a series being held nationally, and the results will be presented to national policy makers later in the year.