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November 9, 2018 – New Mexico made election history by sending a Native American woman to congress for the first time when Deb Haaland won the election in Congressional District 1.  In Congressional District 2, Xochitl Torres Small made a … Continue reading The Line: Midterm Election Results

November 2, 2018 – Our next governor will have a lot of issues to deal with, and both candidates have their own opinions on handling the budget surplus, reworking the state’s education system, and building relationships with the New Mexico … Continue reading The Line: Twists And Turns In The Governor’s Race

November 2, 2018 – While gun violence and religious persecution are nothing new, the massacre last week at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh has a concerned nation looking at the uptick in anti-Semitism.  Gene Grant and the Line … Continue reading The Line: New Mexicans React To Anti-Semitic Violence

November 2, 2018 – Sometimes it’s hard for churches, as non-profit organizations, to separate themselves from political ideologies and not get involved in endorsements.  Gene Grant and the Line opinion panelists look at two recent incidents in New Mexico where … Continue reading The Line: Politics And The Catholic Church

Host Gene Grant and The Line Opinion Panelists go around the table to bring up some of the other stories of the week that caught their eye, but we didn’t have time to talk about in this week’s show.

October 26, 2018 – How long should past allegations against a prospective employee or appointee affect their selection? Does it depend on the position they are looking to hold? Gene Grant and the Line opinion panelists look at a past … Continue reading The Line: Questions Arise Over APD Hire

October 26, 2018 – The University of New Mexico continues to deal with a budget shortfall, especially with the greater-than-expected drop in enrollment.  One legislator is looking at the high salaries and benefits top administrators in the athletics department receive … Continue reading The Line: UNM’s Enrollment Drops, Administrator’s Salaries Remain High

October 26, 2018 – With a little over a week to go before Election Day, candidates are pulling out all the stops in their efforts to win. Gene Grant and the Line opinion panelists discuss the role attack ads, big-name … Continue reading The Line: The Politics Of Attack Ads And Endorsements

Host Gene Grant and The Line panelists go “Off the Cuff” to talk about the news that Sears will likely file for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy and close its store in Coronado Mall.

October 19, 2018 – There are 39 contested seats in the New Mexico House of Representatives, and all 70 House seats appear on the November ballot. Will there be a “blue wave” as some are predicting, or will the GOP … Continue reading The Line: Control Of NM’s House of Representatives Up For Grabs