This week on New Mexico in Focus, it’s a close look at Bernalillo County’s mobile voting unit, which debuted last fall as the first such experiment in the state. NMiF explains the program, its attractiveness to other counties and how … Continue reading Bernallilo Mobile Voting, Climate Change Affecting Spring Runoff & Summer Irrigation

This week, New Mexico in Focus spotlights a special interview with several key players in a documentary called “The Providers.” The film will be featured on the PBS series “Independent Lens” next week. “The Providers” focuses on the challenge of … Continue reading “The Providers” focuses on treating addiction in Northern NM, The Line

This week on New Mexico in Focus, correspondent Antonia Gonzales previews the Native Women’s Business Summit, scheduled for April 5 -6. After selling out the first year, organizers have bigger plans for this spring’s conference, which draws from across the … Continue reading Native Women’s Business Summit, New Mexico’s Film Incentive Program Revamp, The Line

March 22, 2019 – Gene Grant and the Line opinion panelists pick winners and losers from the past two months of lawmaking, as Democrats closed the books at the Roundhouse on their first session under a new governor. Line Panelists: … Continue reading The Line: Reviewing The Legislative Session

This week on New Mexico in Focus, producer Matt Grubs interviews four members of the state’s Capitol press corps to run down the legislative session, talk about themes and trends and what lies ahead when lawmakers return next year. Gene … Continue reading Legislative Rundown, The Line

This week, New Mexico in Focus takes an in-depth look at ways of addressing chronic homelessness. Homelessness is a persistent problem in New Mexico and officials in the state’s largest city and Bernalillo County are rolling out new strategies to … Continue reading Chronic Homelessness in New Mexico, The Line

This week on New Mexico in Focus, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham sits down for one of her first one-on-one, in-depth interview since the start of the legislative session. The governor talks about her legislative strategy, criticism of her approach and … Continue reading In Depth One-On-One with Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, Our Land Visits a Superfund Site in Socorro, The Line

This week on New Mexico in Focus, Correspondent Gwyneth Doland heads to Santa Fe to explore the nexus of education and tax reform efforts. In response to a judge’s decision that New Mexico hasn’t been spending enough on its public … Continue reading Education & Tax Reform in the Roundhouse, Hip Hop History & Future, The Line

This week on New Mexico in Focus: Lawmakers continue to debate the idea of increasing the state’s minimum wage. One plan also includes doing away with another wage level designed for employees like restaurant wait staff and bartenders, who currently work on … Continue reading Minimum Wage Debate, Native American Artists on the No-DAPL Movement, The Line

This week on New Mexico in Focus, correspondent Gwyneth Doland reports from the Roundhouse on the latest movement regarding ethics legislation and especially on the recently released HB4, which lays out details of how a voter-approved Ethics Commission would work. NMiF host … Continue reading Ethics Legislation, Legislative Roundup, The Line