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November 10, 2017 – The New Mexico Public Education Department was heavily criticized recently for proposed changes in science standards for classrooms across the state. After announcing that those changes would not take effect, PED officials announced other changes in … Continue reading The Line: Public Education Department Announces Changes In Assessments

November 10, 2017 – The mass shooting at a church in central Texas has sparked conversations across the country about how to address warning signs that someone might commit an act of violence. The shooter, Devin Patrick Kelley, was once … Continue reading The Line: Responding To The Mass Shooting In Sutherland Springs,

November 3, 2017 – The Regents of the University of New Mexico chose a new president this week.  On March 1, 2018, Dr. Garnett Stokes will take the reins as first female president of the state’s flagship university.   Gene Grant … Continue reading The Line: Regents Choose New UNM President

November 3, 2017 – It’s only been since June that the new court rules created by New Mexico’s judiciary went into effect, but there is already a call from Governor Martinez and others to “repeal and replace.” Those rules followed … Continue reading The Line: Bail Bond Reform Fallout

November 3, 2017 – Former New Mexico Senator Phil Griego is facing six felony and two misdemeanor charges in a corruption trial that started this week.  The criminal charges escalated from an ethics complaint that accused then-senator Griego of prepping … Continue reading The Line: Corruption Trial for Former Senator Phil Griego Begins

October 27, 2017 – With the passing of Al Hurricane this week, New Mexico lost a musical legend.  A New Mexico music ambassador, Al Hurricane performed throughout the United States and also in Spain, Mexico, Argentina and Paraguay.  Gene Grant … Continue reading The Line: In Memory of Al Hurricane

October 27, 2017 – Early voting began this week in the runoff between the two candidates vying to be Albuquerque’s next mayor.  The Line opinion panel looks at the different approaches Tim Keller and Dan Lewis are taking in their … Continue reading The Line: ABQ Mayoral Runoff Heats Up

October 27, 2017 – Some doctors in New Mexico, feeling overburdened by too many patients and too much paperwork, are starting direct primary care or concierge care practices. Patients pay up front or by yearly retainer fees, and doctors can … Continue reading The Line: “Designer” Doctors

October 13, 2017 – A cell phone video that went viral caught a Bernalillo County Sheriff’s deputy pointing a gun at a motorcyclist. The controversial video has caused an uproar, but the Bernalillo County sheriff went on record defending the … Continue reading The Line: BCSO Deputy Points Gun At Motorcyclist

October 13, 2017 – Regents at the University of New Mexico recently chose five finalists in their search for a new president.  There are three men and two women in the running, and none of the finalists are from New … Continue reading The Line: Five Finalists Chosen For UNM President

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