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September 11, 2015 – The Santa Fe Reporter has been closely following the licensing process for medical marijuana producers in New Mexico. Journalist Peter St Cyr wrote about secrecy in the application process this week: Santa Fe Reporter – Green Rush … Continue reading The Line: Medical Marijuana Producers in NM

December 11, 2015 – A judge recently granted a temporary injunction in a case that challenges the use of student tests in teacher evaluations. Host Gene Grant leads a discussion of this new development with this week’s Line opinion panelists. LINE … Continue reading The Line: Injunction Granted In Teacher Evaluation Case

December 4, 2015 – The Albuquerque-based startup Skorpios Technologies is getting positive attention right now. The Albuquerque Journal recently called it a possible “high-tech home run.” The Line opinion panelists talk about the success of Skorpios and attracting more high-tech, … Continue reading The Line: High Tech Success Story (Web Extra)

December 4, 2015 – A new report confirmed what many people may have already suspected – it can be dangerous to travel on the roads of New Mexico. The factors considered included drunk driving, speeding and reckless driving. This week, … Continue reading The Line: New Mexico Drivers

December 4, 2015 – The recent shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado raised new questions about the words used to describe abortion and abortion providers across the country. Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains released a statement, including … Continue reading The Line: The Language Used To Debate Abortion

December 4, 2015 – State lawmakers on the Courts, Corrections and Justice Committee heard a report this week on funding for the courts. The Santa Fe Reporter also covered the high cost of incarcerating people in local jails. How much money is … Continue reading The Line: Funding For New Mexico Courts

November 20, 2015 –  Idalia Lechuga-Tena was recently appointed to the seat for House District 21, which includes neighborhoods in southeast Albuquerque. But Lechuga-Tena, a Democrat, has publicly admitted that she voted before she became a U.S. citizen. She told the Albuquerque Journal … Continue reading The Line: Controversial Political Appointment

November 20, 2015 – Campaign finance remains a hot topic lately in New Mexico. This week, KOB-TV aired a five-part series on the state’s campaign finance system and raised questions about how campaign donations are tracked and reported by state lawmakers. The Santa … Continue reading The Line: Accountability In Campaign Spending

November 20, 2015 – More than thirty governors across the U.S. have publicly stated that they either oppose resettlement of refugees from Syria in their state or have questions about how refugees will be screened. That includes New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez. Host Gene … Continue reading The Line: Governor Martinez’s Response To Syrian Refugees

November 20, 2015 – The world was surprised last weekend when MMA fighter Holly Holm defeated Ronda Rousey and took the UFC bantamweight title. Holm grew up in Albuquerque and continues to train here. Holm’s win put the international spotlight on … Continue reading The Line: Holly Holm Victory (Web Extra)

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