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A seat at the table for a pay-to-play buffet—the kind that CEOs, lobbyists, and captains of industry might have in a government more willing to listen to the powerful than the average citizen.  At least, that was the pitch.  An … Continue reading Up for Bid: Governor’s office balks at dinner description for nonprofit auction

August 30, 2019 – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a warning about e-cigarettes Friday, August 30, after an adult died in Illinois in what is believed to be a vaping-related emergency. In addition, cases of respiratory distress … Continue reading “Vape” Documentary | Web Extra

Albuquerque’s BioPark opens its long-awaited Penguin Chill exhibit this month. The new building that houses the penguins cost more than $19 million; all but $2 million came from gross receipts tax revenue. The zoo brought in 32 penguins this spring … Continue reading New Penguin Exhibit at ABQ BioPark

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

The Governor’s State of the State Address is scheduled to take place January 15 at 12pm. You can view the livestream as well as the annotated speech below.

The League of Women Voters hold an informational forum about the upcoming APS School Bond and Mill Levy Special Mail-In Election. The forum was held at the KANW studios in Albuquerque on January 8, 2019. Ballots in this election are … Continue reading APS Mail-In Election Forum

October 7, 2016 – An Albuquerque high school has an innovative new approach for handling discipline in schools. Host Gene Grant discusses the program with this week’s Line opinion panelists. Line Panelists: Janice Arnold-Jones, former state representative Dan Foley, former New … Continue reading The Line: APS School Addresses Suspensions With New Approach (web extra)

September 30, 2016 – New Mexico author Rudolfo Anaya was recently awarded the National Humanities Medal by President Barack Obama. Our Line opinion panelists reacted to this great news as they prepared for this week’s taping on other events in the … Continue reading The Line: National Recognition Of Author Rudolfo Anaya

September 16, 2016 – ITT Tech closed all of its campuses this week, including in Albuquerque. It is a good or bad thing for New Mexico if for-profit colleges go out of business? This week’s Line opinion panelists debate the … Continue reading The Line: The Future Of For-Profit Colleges In New Mexico (web extra)

August 19, 2016 – Governor Susana Martinez announced this week that she will push to reinstate the death penalty for some cases in next year’s 60-day legislative session. New Mexico lawmakers approved legislation to end the death penalty in 2009 … Continue reading ACLU-NM Director On Proposal To Reinstate Death Penalty