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Host Gene Grant and the line opinion panelists debate some of the top news stories around New Mexico. State Attorney General Hector Balderas announced this week that Bernalillo County District Attorney Kari Brandenburg will not face charges related to cases … Continue reading The Line: May 22, 2015

This week, our line opinion panelists weighed in on the latest news on the proposed Santolina development. They also discuss the Public Regulation Commission’s rejection of PNM’s rate hike request and Lyft’s decision to end ridesharing operations in New Mexico. … Continue reading The Line: May 15, 2015

This week, the line opinion panelists react to a new report from State Auditor Tim Keller on the contract between the city of Albuquerque and TASER International. The report concluded that former APD Chief Ray Schultz helped rig the no-bid contract … Continue reading The Line: May 8, 2015

This week, the line opinion panelists weigh in on news coverage of protests in Baltimore, the swearing in of Loretta Lynch as US Attorney General,and allegations of abuse by police officers in the Albuquerque Police Department. Host Gene Grant and the panelists … Continue reading The Line: May 1, 2015

This week, our line opinion panelists discuss changes announced by the city of Albuquerque in college requirements for APD officers. The line panelists and Gene Grant also debate what should happen next at the San Juan Generating Station in northwest New … Continue reading The Line: April 24, 2015

Next week, environmental groups and organizations across the world will celebrate Earth Day (April 22).  In order to better understand the current issues in New Mexico, we invited a special group of panelists to join us for this week’s line opinion panel. … Continue reading The Line: April 17, 2015

This week, our line opinion panelists discussed protests at the Trinity Test Site. This year marks the 70th anniversary of the atomic bomb test near Alamogordo, New Mexico. Nearby residents want the federal government to study the impact of the … Continue reading The Line: April 10, 2015

The Santa Fe Reporter and Santa Fe New Mexican recently reported that New Mexico’s middle class shrank in recent years. Are people in the community seeing signs that the state’s middle class is getting smaller? This week’s line opinion panelists … Continue reading The Line: April 3, 2015

The 2015 regular legislative session ended recently. Lawmakers on both sides blame the other party for the low number of bills that passed this year. Many headlines in the local media included the word “bitter” to describe the political climate … Continue reading The Line: March 27, 2015

Democratic State Senator Phil Griego resigned last weekend over his support as a lawmaker for a state real estate deal that he made money on as a broker. This week’s line opinion panelists react to the resignation and talk about whether citizen lawmakers … Continue reading The Line: March 20, 2015

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