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April 20, 2018 – A plea deal for former Environment Department Secretary Ryan Flynn has been under scrutiny in local media outlets this year. Jeff Proctor and Justin Horwath recently wrote about new information they uncovered in public records requests … Continue reading The Line: Plea Deal For Former Martinez Official

April 20, 2018 – Many people in New Mexico, and across the country, are talking about the arrest of two black men at a Starbucks in Philadelphia. Where is racial profiling happening in New Mexico? Are the steps being taken … Continue reading The Line: Racial Profiling In New Mexico

April 20, 2018 – The Albuquerque city council recently voted to affirm an “immigrant friendly” measure that outlines how local law enforcement will interact with federal immigration officials. Gene Grant and the Line discuss the measure and what it means … Continue reading The Line: “Immigrant Friendly” Status In Albuquerque

April 13, 2018 – Governor Martinez recently appointed Michael Brasher to serve on the UNM Board of Regents. Brasher replaces Alex Romero, who stepped down after less than a year on the board. Brasher also currently serves on the State … Continue reading The Line: Managing Potential Conflicts Of Interest On Boards

April 13, 2018 – Are New Mexicans comfortable with political donors making contributions in their own name, their business and in coordination with family members? New Mexico in Depth’s Marjorie Childress reported this week that many donors are able to … Continue reading The Line: Campaign Contributions

April 13, 2018 – President Trump directed the Pentagon this week to deploy National Guard troops to the border with Mexico to assist the Border Patrol. It’s not the first time the National Guard has been sent to New Mexico’s … Continue reading The Line: The National Guard On The Border

April 6, 2018 – Expect to see a nearly 36 percent increase in New Mexico of Alzheimer’s disease in the next seven years, according to a recent report from the Alzheimer’s Association. Gene Grant leads the Line panel in a … Continue reading The Line: Cases of Alzheimer’s Disease Expected to Rise in New Mexico

April 6, 2018 – New Mexico’s Secretary of Higher Education, Barbara Damron, has been waiting for an athletics deficit reduction payment plan from UNM since she asked for it in October of 2017. Last week, in a letter to new … Continue reading The Line: UNM Risks State Funding Over Athletic Department Deficit

April 6, 2018 – Marijuana is illegal at the federal level, even though 29 states have legalized marijuana in some form. Medical cannabis is legal in New Mexico, but recreational cannabis is not. This week, Albuquerque city councilors voted to … Continue reading The Line: ABQ City Councilors Vote To Decriminalize Cannabis

March 30, 2018 – During the time the Pueblo of Pojoaque was operating without a gaming compact, while terms were being negotiated, the Pueblo was instructed to set aside the money that would have been paid to the state if … Continue reading The Line: Federal Government Seizes Gaming Revenue From The Pueblo Of Pojoaque & Reaction To March For Our Lives Rallies

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