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March 1, 2019 – Gene Grant and the Line opinion panelists examine reports of groundwater contamination that has destroyed a Clovis dairyman’s livelihood – and threatens his health and the health of the general public. The groundwater has been contaminated … Continue reading The Line: Groundwater Contamination Near Cannon AFB

March 1, 2019 –House Democrats unveiled their tax overhaul plan this week. The proposal includes a mix of tax increases and tax breaks. Gene Grant and the Line opinion panelists debate the plan and whether it is actually the overhaul … Continue reading The Line: House Democrats Unveil Tax Proposal

Host Gene Grant and The Line panelists discuss some of the other big stories of the week, including a bill that would fund the statewide Commission on the Status of Women, which was basically closed by former Governor Susana Martinez. … Continue reading Web Extra: Commission on the Status of Women, City of Albuquerque Lawsuits

February 22, 2019 – Saying in a press release, “I have no intention of implementing policies that put a financial strain on low-income New Mexicans…,” Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham announced that her administration would appeal to the federal government to … Continue reading The Line: Michelle Lujan Grisham Backs Off Co-pays And Premiums For Medicaid

February 22, 2019 – Earlier this week, New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas announced a decision to join a multi-state effort to sue the Trump administration over the border emergency declaration. This comes at the same time that Senate Republicans all … Continue reading The Line: New Mexico Joins Lawsuit Over Emergency Declaration

February 22, 2019 – The Legislature has been working on proposals to fund K-12 public schools in light of a district court decision that said the state has been underfunding schools for years. The judge has given a deadline of … Continue reading The Line: Funding The Education “Moonshot”

February 15, 2019 – After the blue wave swept through New Mexico and changed the political makeup of the state’s governing body, Republicans lawmakers often feel that they are largely being ignored. How much responsibility do Democrats have to reach … Continue reading The Line: GOP Lawmakers Feel Silenced At Legislature

February 15, 2019 – The University of New Mexico’s Board of Regents looks very different than it did a week ago. That’s because new Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham appointed five new members to the Board this week, leaving President Robert … Continue reading The Line: UNM Regents

February 15, 2019 – April 15th may be a long way off, but tax season is in full swing. At the Roundhouse, lawmakers are looking at a multitude of tax proposals, from reinstating the food tax to the removal of … Continue reading The Line: Tax Issues

February 8, 2019 – They call it the West Mesa Murders, and the mystery has yet to be solved.  A decade has passed since the bodies of eleven women and an unborn baby was found bured in a mass grave … Continue reading The Line: Ten Years Since Mass Grave Of Women Discovered