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Threats on Election Workers

08.12.2022- Our panelists react to New Mexico Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver’s testimony to…

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Back to School-Safety Concerns

08.12.2022- The Panel also explores the issues facing parents, students, and teachers as a new…

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Recovering from Albuquerque Murders

8.12.2022 –The Line Opinion Panel talks through the arrest made in the killing of four…

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Ethics Commission Effectiveness

7.29.2022 – Following a $500 fine levied to State Representative Rebecca Dow for violations committed…

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CYFD Overhaul

7.29.2022 – The Line Opinion Panel looks through the changes coming to the state’s Children,…

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Rio Grande Drying

7.29.2022 – The Line Opinion Panel explores possible solutions to a stark reality on the…

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Teen Gun Access & Suicide Prevention

7.22.2022 – The Line Opinion Panel underscores the importance of the state’s new 9-8-8 crisis…

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Nuclear Waste Disposal Proposal

7.22.2022 – The Line Opinion Panel debates a proposal to round up nuclear waste from…

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NM Oil & Gas Revenues Booming

7.22.2022 – State coffers have earned an extra 1-point-7-billion-dollars in the last four months from…

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New Drought Research Raises Concerns for Southwest

7.15.2022 – The Line Opinion Panel reacts to new research showing how drought and rising…

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New Ballot Proposal to Boost Education

7.15.2022  –The Line Panel explores an upcoming ballot initiative that would pull more money from…

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Impact of Abortion on NM Gov. Race

7.15.2022 – The Line Opinion Panel is back to discuss how the reversal of Roe…

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Chaves County Police Shooting Lawsuit

6.24.2022 –Attorney general Hector Balderas is investigating a deadly deputy-involved shooting that killed 34-year-old David…

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The Roundhouse.

Developments in the Race for Governor

6.24.2022 –The Panel explores the ups and downs of the Governor’s race where a new…

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Otero County Election Certification

6.24.2022 –The Line Opinion Panel reacts to the recent developments in Otero County where commissioners…

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Bipartisan Agreement on Gun Legislation

6.17.2022 – The Line Opinion Panel assesses a bipartisan plan to address gun violence that…

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Otero County Chaos & Local Primary Results

6.17.2022 – The Line Opinion Panel dives into the chaos in Otero County where commissioners…

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President Biden Visits NM

6.17.2022 – The Line Opinion Panel reacts to President Biden’s weekend visit to our state.…

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The Line: Employees Allege Minimum Wage Violations At Albuquerque Restaurant (Web Extra)

May 6, 2016 – A group of current and former employees of Kelly’s Brew Pub…

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The Line: APD ‘Use of Force” Policy

May 6, 2016 – The Albuquerque Policy Department is currently under going changes required in…

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The Line: Trauma Among NM Youth & CYFD’s “Pull Together” Campaign

May 6, 2016 – The Albuquerque Journal reported this week on a new study that…

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The Line: State Workers Testify About SNAP Applications

May 6, 2016 – Several state employees testified recently in federal court that they were…

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The Line: Lt. Governor Criticized For Campaign Spending In 2014 (web extra)

April 29, 2016 – Lieutenant Governor John Sanchez is facing criticism for certain campaign spending…

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The Line: Interim APS Superintendent Becomes Permanent

April 29, 2016 – The APS school board voted this week to keep interim superintendent…

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The Line: Incarcerated Parents

April 29, 2016 – A new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation found that…

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The Line: New Mexico Primaries

April 29, 2016 – New Mexico has one of the last primaries in the country. Could…

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The Line: UNM Regent Deleted Emails; Student Groups Protest UNM Seal

April 22, 2016 – Our media partner New Mexico in Depth reported this week that…

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The Line: Economic Woes

April 22, 2016 – This week Host Gene Grant leads a discussion with our Line…

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The Line: Inmate Lawsuits Point To Concerns About Health Care Provider

April 22, 2016 – The Santa Fe New Mexican published a series of stories this…

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Pedestrian and Cyclist Safety

April 15, 2016 – This week New Mexico In Focus looks at safety concerns for bicyclists and pedestrians.…

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The Line: All 15 Behavioral Health Providers Cleared of Fraud

April 8, 2016 – An almost three-year investigation ended when Attorney General Hector Balderas announced…

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The Line: Is New Mexico Wrongly Withholding Tax Refunds From Immigrants?

April 8, 2016 – Civil rights groups are asking a judge to release tax overpayments…

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The Line: Former State Senator Phil Griego Pleads Not Guilty to Corruption

April 8, 2016 – Former Senator Phil Griego this week pleaded not guilty to ten…

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The Line: The Future Of Retail In Nob Hill

April 1, 2016 – The owners of Morningside Antiques on Central avenue in Albuquerque recently…

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The Line: Innovate ABQ

April 1, 2016 – UNM  Regents announced a new phase of development for the Innovate…

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Line: Did Politics Influence UNM Regents Decision On UNMH?

April 1, 2016 – This week, local media reported that state officials approached the UNM…

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