The Line discusses former Gov. Gary Johnson’s new role as CEO of Cannabis Sativa, which makes medicinal oils and lozenges with marijuana. These articles offer background on the issue: Former NM Governor Gary Johnson Takes Helm At Marijuana Products Company Ex-New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson Named Pot Company CEO New Mexico’s Former Governor Is Now… Continue Reading »
The death of Albuquerque attorney Mary Han, Behavioral Health, Border Immigration Crisis, LANL Report Admits Errors in Packing Waste for WIPPadmin July 10, 2014
This week on New Mexico in Focus, in the wake of the Department of Justice report criticizing the use of force and other issues in the Albuquerque Police Department, correspondent Floyd Vasquez revisits the death of Albuquerque attorney Mary Han. The response by the APD to Han’s unattended death is among the highest profile incidents… Continue Reading »
In this Web extra, correspondent Floyd Vasquez continues his discussion with Col. Jeff Lanning of Kirtland Air Force Base, Bernalillo County Commissioner Maggie Hart Stebbins, Tom Blaine of the New Mexico Environment Department and Bruce Thomson, engineering professor.
Kirtland AFB & Jet Fuel Plume Threatening ABQ’s Drinking Water; ABQ City Officials & APD-New Citizen Outreach; Creating Industry Hubs Around Sectors & “Innovate ABQ”; Proposed Plan: UNM & Flat-Rate Tuitionadmin June 19, 2014
This week on New Mexico in Focus, the officials with Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque are under pressure from state and local officials to accelerate cleanup of a jet fuel plume that is threatening the city’s drinking water. Correspondent Floyd Vasquez talks to Dave McCoy with Citizen Action, which has been highly critical of… Continue Reading »
Gene Grant and The Line opinion panel have a lively and lengthy discussion about: The challenges getting more people to enroll in health coverage on the state exchange; Protestors arrested for occupying Albuquerque mayor’s office over the police department; Anger rising over teacher evaluations and more teachers leaving Albuquerque Public Schools; Lyft and Uber battle… Continue Reading »