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The Line: Federal Government Seizes Gaming Revenue From The Pueblo Of Pojoaque & Reaction To March For Our Lives Rallies

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March 30, 2018 – During the time the Pueblo of Pojoaque was operating without a gaming compact, while terms were being negotiated, the Pueblo was instructed to set aside the money that would have been paid to the state if a signed compact was in place. The federal government has now seized that money. The tribe argues that those funds should be used to support tribal members. Gene Grant and the Line opinion panel discuss the disagreement over the gaming compact, politics around the issue and what might be next. 

And Gene and the Line panelists also talk about the “March for Our Lives” rallies that took place across the nation, and in several cities in New Mexico

Line Panelists:
Michael Bird, public health consultant
Eric Griego, former state senator
Julie Ann Grimm, editor, Santa Fe Reporter
Rachel Sams, editor of Albuquerque Business First

Further reading:

U.S. seizes $10.1 million in gambling revenue from Pojoaque Pueblo - by Andrew Oxford, The Santa Fe New Mexican

Pojoaque gambling revenues seized by feds – by T.S. Last, Albuquerque Journal


March against gun violence draws thousands to downtown Santa Fe - by Sami Edge, The Santa Fe New Mexican

Students and their allies march in Albuquerque against gun violence in schools – by Laura Paskus and Andy Lyman, NM Political Report

Addressing Gun Violence in New Mexico

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March 30, 2018 – The student-led March For Our Lives event in Albuquerque last week drew thousands of people out into the streets and to Tiguex Park near Old Town. But student organizers says it is only the first step in their efforts to address gun violence here in New Mexico.

Producer Sarah Gustavus sat down this week with four organizers to talk about why the issue of gun violence is important to them and what they plan to do next.


Riazullah Alkozai, senior at Highland High School
Zoe Craft, sophomore at La Cueva High School
Blair Dixon, freshman at UNM
Jonathon Juarez-Alonzo, sophomore at Native American Community Academy (NACA)