New Mexico candidate forum focuses on vulnerable populations


ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Four candidates for governor of New Mexico squared off in a forum Thursday about how to shore up care networks for the severely disabled, elderly and residents coping with addiction and mental health issues.

Specialty health care providers sponsored the discussion about shortages in the health care workforce, burdens of an aging state population and responses to Medicaid reforms sought by the Trump administration.

The conversation at a university auditorium in Albuquerque veered off into prescriptions for reviving a lagging state economy and delved into mental hea...

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