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April 2018 Archives

New law requires warrant for ICE to enter city-operated areas

With the Trump administration cracking down on immigration, many of New Mexico’s undocumented immigrants are concerned for their future. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has ramped up its efforts to arrest, detain and deport foreign nationals who are living in the country illegally. In response, some of New Mexico’s cities are passing laws to protect the rights of their immigrant population.

Essure faces tighter restrictions from FDA

When it was introduced in 2002, Essure seemed revolutionary: An implantable, permanent contraceptive device that would be available throughout the United States. It was an appealing long-term option that could replace hormonal birth control pills that had to be taken every day. But the hype around Essure might have been too good to be true.

Albuquerque judge strikes down cap on malpractice settlements

In 2011, a New Mexico woman was hospitalized for several months as the result of a botched gynecological procedure. She filed a lawsuit against the obstetrician-gynecologist who performed the operation, as well as her health care provider. A court granted her over $2 million in damages.