August 7, 2015 – Albuquerque city councilor Ken Sanchez has proposed that the city re-visit the idea of imposing a curfew on teens and a poll by the Albuquerque Journal this week found broad support for the idea. But are … Continue reading The Line: Do Teen Curfews Work?
August 7, 2015 – The Obama administration announced a new plan this week to cut carbon emissions across the country. The Clean Power Plan outlines specific goals for each state, including New Mexico. Excerpt from President Obama’s announcement: “We have a … Continue reading The Line: Cutting Carbon Emissions
August 7, 2015 – Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry announced this week the Confederate flag will be removed from Old Town. The flags, along with two plaques and replicas of Confederate cannons, have been the focus of a great deal of debate … Continue reading The Line: Mayor Berry Announces Removal of Confederate Flag in Old Town
July 31, 2015 – Former APD officer Levi Chavez has been admitted to the UNM Law School. Chavez was tried in 2013 for murder and tampering with evidence in the death of his wife Tera Chavez. Levi Chavez was acquitted … Continue reading The Line: Levi Chavez Admitted to UNM Law School (Web Extra)
July 31, 2015 – Bloomberg Business reported this week that Albuquerque is one of the top twenty cities in the country that is losing residents to other cities. This news is not a surprise to many New Mexico residents, but … Continue reading The Line: Why Does Albuquerque Keep Losing Residents?
July 31, 2015 – The U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation this week that would cut funding for cities like Santa Fe that direct local law enforcement to not ask about an individual’s immigration status during routine police business. This … Continue reading The Line: Proposed Penalties for Sanctuary Cities
July 31, 2015 – Santa Fe police chief Eric Garcia announced this week that he is retiring after only 13 months on the job. Garcia faced criticism in recent months, but also had the support of officers and the union … Continue reading The Line: Santa Fe Police Chief Resigns
July 24, 2015 – The Santa Fe Reporter highlighted an accelerated teacher training program this week. The program aims to address a chronic shortage of teachers in the Santa Fe Public Schools. What lessons from this program could be used … Continue reading The Line: Santa Fe School District Needs More Teachers (Web Extra)
July 24, 2015 – ebate continues over a set of plaques that mark the presence of Confederate troops in Albuquerque. The plaques, along with two cannons and flag, are located in Old Town. Some local leaders are calling for the items to … Continue reading The Line: Confederate Symbols (Web Extra)
July 24, 2015 – This week’s line opinion panelists reacted to our interviews with people who oppose and support hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, in New Mexico. What do you think? Would you like to see more or less fracking in … Continue reading The Line: Fracking in New Mexico