This week on the podcast, host Lou DiVizio runs down the top headlines impacting New Mexicans, including the announcement from the U.S. Forest Service on prescribed burns.
Then, Gene Grant and the Line Opinion Panel talk through the historic ruling that removes Couy Griffin from his position as Otero County Commissioner, and bars him from holding future public office.
Gene and the Panel then weigh in on a new survey that shows 70% of Albuquerque citizens are unhappy with the city’s response to homelessness.
Plus, our panelists react to data from a new investigation that shows New Mexico has used its red flag law just eight times since 2020, a time period where 600 New Mexicans died from gun violence.
Host: Lou DiVizio
Line Host: Gene Grant
The Line Opinion Panel:
Michael Bird, public health consultant
Tom Garrity, Garrity Group Public Relations
Cathryn McGill, founder, director, NM Black Leadership Council
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