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Selling Fuel to Intoxicated Drivers, Ethics Issue in Proposed Merger & Public Financing Challenges

The Line opinion roundtable offers reactions and insight on the New Mexico Supreme Court’s recent…

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Vaccine Plans and Pitfalls, Navajo Education in the Pandemic

Gene Grant explores UNM’s return to campus without a vaccination requirement. The administration hopes for…

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The Line Opinion Panel on Virgin Galactic, the 2022 Gubernatorial Elections and Our Overwhelmed Courts

New Mexico is aflutter with news of the first fully crewed Virgin Galactic flight from…

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Makers of Music | 7.18.21

Music! It drives us to hit the dance floor and creates the landscape of our…

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NOMONO Back in the Stands

Back in the Stands | 7.11.21

Sports has been a form of entertainment for humans since, well… humans. While not all…

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Grief & Transformation Part 2 | 7.4.21

We are officially a few days into New Mexico’s reopening. Restaurants and venues are now…

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Talking Taxes with Richard Anklam | 5.24.21

We join you for a special update, with information about court action involving taxes and…

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Facebook Live Ask Me Anything: Special Episode | 4.28.21

This week, we share a Facebook Live AMA (Ask Me Anything) where our hosts Andy…

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What’s Next? | 4.22.21

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has officially signed the bill that will legalize adult-use recreational cannabis…

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Episode 4: 100 Years After The Vote

In this episode, we look back at how far New Mexico has come since women…

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Episode 3: Native Americans Get the Right to Vote

So far in this podcast, we have explored the history of women’s suffrage in New…

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Episode 2: The Final Push

Welcome to Episode 2 of “New Mexico and the Vote.” This week, we continue our…

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A close up of a few hundred dollar bills

Selling Fuel to Intoxicated Drivers, Ethics Issue in Proposed Merger & Public Financing Challenges

The Line opinion roundtable offers reactions and insight on the New Mexico Supreme Court’s recent…

Read More
An empty classroom with desks and a chalk board on the wall.

Vaccine Plans and Pitfalls, Navajo Education in the Pandemic

Gene Grant explores UNM’s return to campus without a vaccination requirement. The administration hopes for…

Read More
A Virgin Galactic rocket blasts into space.

The Line Opinion Panel on Virgin Galactic, the 2022 Gubernatorial Elections and Our Overwhelmed Courts

New Mexico is aflutter with news of the first fully crewed Virgin Galactic flight from…

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Portrait of Rachel Kleinfeld.

Black Lives Matter and the Power of Peaceful Protests, Echoes of Colonialism & Supporting African American Businesses

Santa Fe’s Rachel Kleinfeld is a Senior Fellow at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and…

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No More Normal Podcast

No More Normal Podcast

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Makers of Music | 7.18.21

Music! It drives us to hit the dance floor and creates the landscape of our…

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NOMONO Back in the Stands

Back in the Stands | 7.11.21

Sports has been a form of entertainment for humans since, well… humans. While not all…

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A cocoon hangs from a metal chain.

Grief & Transformation Part 2 | 7.4.21

We are officially a few days into New Mexico’s reopening. Restaurants and venues are now…

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Grief & Transformation Part 1 | 6.27.21

New Mexico will be fully reopened on July 1, and people are getting back to…

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Growing Forward Podcast

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Talking Taxes with Richard Anklam | 5.24.21

We join you for a special update, with information about court action involving taxes and…

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Composite of a cannabis plant with superimposed colorful question marks.

Facebook Live Ask Me Anything: Special Episode | 4.28.21

This week, we share a Facebook Live AMA (Ask Me Anything) where our hosts Andy…

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Composite of cannabis plant superimposed with portrait of Michelle Lujan Grisham.

What’s Next? | 4.22.21

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has officially signed the bill that will legalize adult-use recreational cannabis…

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Cannabis Comes Full Circle for Former Gov. Gary Johnson | 4.05.21

Former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson made national headlines back in the 90s by publicly…

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New Mexico and The Vote

New Mexico and The Vote Podcast

Native men and a white man stand next to each other for an antique photo.

Episode 4: 100 Years After The Vote

In this episode, we look back at how far New Mexico has come since women…

Read More
Antique illustration of white settlers checking a Native person in front of a shack labeled "THE POLLS".

Episode 3: Native Americans Get the Right to Vote

So far in this podcast, we have explored the history of women’s suffrage in New…

Read More
A person holds up an antique portrait.

Episode 2: The Final Push

Welcome to Episode 2 of “New Mexico and the Vote.” This week, we continue our…

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Illustration of torch-bearing woman labeled "VOTES FOR WOMEN" walks across the western U.S. into the east.

Episode 1: New Mexico’s Road to the Vote

The American Southwest played a key role in the woman suffrage battle, as Western states…

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