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The Santa Fe City Council is considering a proposal to require that single occupancy bathrooms be identified as gender neutral. Gene Grant and this week’s line panelists debate this concept. LINE PANELISTS: Janice Arnold-Jones, former State Representative Sophie Martin, attorney … Continue reading The Line: Gender Neutral Bathrooms (Web Extra)

Food trucks are popular across the US. The Santa Fe City Council is considering changes in local laws that govern food trucks. Are the proposed changes a good thing for businesses around the plaza?   LINE PANELISTS: Janice Arnold-Jones, former … Continue reading The Line: Food Truck Debate in Santa Fe (Web Extra)

A lawsuit over the latest Sherlock Holmes movie has a surprising New Mexico connection. In this web extra, the line opinion panelists debate the details that we know about the case so far. LINE PANELISTS: Janice Arnold-Jones, former State Representative … Continue reading The Line: Sherlock Holmes Lawsuit (Web Extra)

Former New Mexico State Senator Joe Fidel passed away recently. He is being remembered by many as a gentleman and highly effective lawmaker. Gene Grant and this week’s line opinion panelists shared their own memories of Senator Fidel. Cibola Beacon: … Continue reading The Line: Remembering NM State Senator Joseph Fidel (Web Extra)

The Washington Post recently reported on an ethics investigation into a trip taken by 10 members of Congress, including US Representative Michelle Lujan Grisham. Gene Grant and this week’s line opinion panelists talk about the details from the investigation in … Continue reading The Line: Ethics Investigation (Web Extra)

This week marks the one year anniversary of the establishment of the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument in southern New Mexico. Where do we go from here? The line opinion panelists tell us what they think.     LINE PANELISTS: … Continue reading The Line: Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument (Web Extra)

Local media reported this week that the Albuquerque Police Department is taking steps to cut down on cruising downtown on Sunday afternoons. Do you think cruising is a nuisance or part of local culture? Gene Grant and this week’s line … Continue reading The Line: APD Aims to cut Down on Cruising (Web Extra)

This week’s line opinion panelists and host Gene Grant talk about the retirmeent of Albuquerque city councilor Rey Garduno in this web extra segment.   LINE PANELISTS: Dan Foley, Former NM House Minority Whip Rob Nikolewski, Watchdog.org Antoinette Sedillo Lopez, … Continue reading The Line: Garduno Announces Retirement (Web Extra)

State lawmakers did not vote on capital outlay funding in this year’s legislative session. That put projects around New Mexico in limbo. Business leaders and others called for the legislature to meet in a special session to address this issue, but … Continue reading The Line: No Deal on Capital Outlay (Web Extra)

Bernalillo County law enforcement officials are taking a slower approach in considering body cameras than the Albuquerque Police Department. Is that a good thing for officers and residents? Our line panelists tell us what they think.   Line Panelists: Dan … Continue reading The Line: Body Cameras for Bernalillo County Officers (Web Extra)