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June 15, 2018 – Local media reported this week that at least two female UNM professors are suing the university over unequal pay. In 2015, a report found that female professors were paid less than men although UNM leadership argued … Continue reading The Line: Female Professors Sue Over Unequal Pay

June 8, 2018 – A new report shows UNM’s athletic department is not Title IX compliant, meaning that it falls short of federal guidelines for gender equality.  How will UNM’s apparent non-compliance affect the future of several sports programs that … Continue reading The Line: Report Shows UNM Athletics Favors Males Over Females

June 8, 2018 – Topgolf is an international chain of sports bar-type theme parks built around golf. The company says it needs $2.6 million in incentives to build in Albuquerque, and there are supporters on the city council. But details … Continue reading The Line: Topgolf Seeks $2.6 Million In City Incentives To Open In Albuquerque

June 8, 2018 – Election results are in, contested races have ended, and winners have been chosen to represent their respective parties moving forward. Gene Grant and the Line opinion panelists examine the results of some of the major races … Continue reading The Line: Primary Election Results

June 1, 2018 – Judge Nancy Franchini’s decision that the University of New Mexico Foundation is subject to the Inspection of Public Records Act (IPRA) has transparency advocates smiling. Franchini ruled in favor of suit brought by journalist Daniel Libit … Continue reading The Line: Judge Rules UNM Foundation Subject To Public Records Laws

June 1, 2018 – The regents of New Mexico State University have replaced outgoing chancellor/president Garry Carruthers with incoming chancellor Dan Arvizu and incoming president John Floros. At a base salary of $500k per year for Arvizu and $450k for … Continue reading The Line: Leadership Duo At NMSU To Earn Combined Salary Of $950,000

June 1, 2018 – Election Day is June 5, but only for New Mexican voters registered with one of three major parties in the state: Democratic, Republican or Libertarian. There is a push, however, from a group called Unite New … Continue reading The Line: Political Landscape Leading To Primaries

May 25, 2018 – Primary elections in New Mexico take place on June 5. There are three Democratic candidates running for the nomination for governor: businessman Jeff Apodaca, state legislator Joseph Cervantes and Representative Michelle Lujan Grisham, who is giving … Continue reading The Line: New Mexico’s Gubernatorial Race

May 25, 2018 – An in-depth article by Albuquerque Journal reporter Marie C. Baca sparked a conversation among Gene Grant and the Line opinion panelists about the serious deficiencies reported for nearly half of all nursing homes in New Mexico. … Continue reading The Line: Bottom Ranking For New Mexico Nursing Homes

May 25, 2018 – New Mexico’s Public Education Department believes it knows the best way to fix four struggling elementary schools, three of which are in the APS district. But the Legislative Education Study Committee says the PED may not … Continue reading The Line: NM’s Public Education Department And Failing Schools

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