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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

May 18, 2018 – The U.S. Department of Energy is considering bids to manage Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). Some of the top contenders don’t have a good record of managing safety at the lab. Can New Mexicans trust that … Continue reading The Line: Companies Bid For LANL Contract

May 18, 2018 – A safe place to call home is a crucial need for some New Mexico families. This week, reporter Lauren Villagran covered a pilot program that is addressing housing and has shown promise for reducing child abuse … Continue reading The Line: The Connection Between Stable Housing & Reduced Child Abuse

May 18, 2018 – Pat Davis, a candidate in the Democratic primary for the 1st Congressional District, released a campaign ad this week in which he stated “F— the NRA.” Do you think that ad helped or hurt his campaign? … Continue reading The Line: Crowded Democratic Race For CD1 Seat

May 11, 2018 – There’s always a lot of activity and excitement when a popular incumbent vacates a congressional seat, according to Brian Sanderoff, president of Research & Polling Inc. That is certainly the case in southern New Mexico’s Congressional … Continue reading The Line: New Mexico’s Contested Congressional Races: CD 2

May 11, 2018 – In 2015, after a years-long lawsuit, the New Mexico Supreme Court found in favor of the plaintiffs and ended the state practice of allowing about $1 million in public funds to pay for textbooks and related … Continue reading The Line: Public Funds For Private School Textbooks

May 11, 2018 – President Trump is seeking to cut the U.S. trade deficit by $100 billion by imposing tariffs on imported aluminum, steel, lumber and other items. But will those companies just pass these costs on to the consumers? … Continue reading The Line: Local Impact Of New Tariffs

May 4, 2018 – A clash between federal and state laws and school district rules prohibits a preschooler from receiving her seizure-preventing medical cannabis on school grounds. Gene Grant and this week’s Line opinion panelists discuss how preventing access to … Continue reading The Line: Access To Medical Cannabis Prevented At School

May 4, 2018 – After he seemed to agree that drilling around Chaco Canyon violated historic preservation laws, a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit that sought to protect the area. While it was good news for the oil and gas … Continue reading The Line: Federal Judge Throws Out Lawsuit Over Chaco-Area Drilling

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