Host Gene Grant and The Line opinion panel discuss which Legislative races could tip the balance in the House of Representatives, and they delve into a rulling against chicken owners in El Dorado near Santa Fe
Host Gene Grant continues the conversation on incentives with Greg LeRoy of Good Jobs First, State Sen. Tim Keller and Richard Anklam of the New Mexico Tax Research Institute. LeRoy says there are far fewer “mega deals” like Apple or Tesla and every state gets most of its jobs from expansion by existing companies and… Continue Reading »
NMiF Producer Megan Kamerick talks about the idea of Community Engagement Teams, which would help people with mental health issues and their families, with Felicia Barnum and Cy Stanton of the Albuquerque chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Health, and Dr. Mauricio Tohen, chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of New… Continue Reading »
Host Gene Grant delves into New Mexico’s tax structure and efforts to change and reform some of the existing policies with guest Richard Anklam, executive director of the New Mexico Tax Research Institute.
NMiF Correspondent Gwyneth Doland continues her conversation with State Rep. Rick Miera, D-Albuquerque, online with a discussion about mental health issues and what policy changes need to take place around the issue of people with mental health problems who wind up in confrontations with law enforcement. Miera, who is House Majority Leader, announced he is… Continue Reading »