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Legislative Session

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Let's Talk New Mexico 1/10 8a: Education is the top priority for New Mexico's new governor and Democratic legislative leaders as the 2019 State Legislature begins a new session next week. What would you like to see lawmakers achieve in the session? What issues are most important to you? And what would you like to see news organizations cover during the session? Our panel of local journalists will discuss the top issues for the session and our coverage priorities. And we'd like to hear from you! Email LetsTalk@KUNM.org, tweet to #LetsTalkNM or call in live during the show. 

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KUNM Call In Show 3/23 8a: Call now toll-free 1-877-899-5866.  This year's 60-day legislative session wrapped up last weekend, but lawmakers may soon be called back by Governor Susana Martinez to continue debate on the state budget. We'll look at the latest news from the Roundhouse and we ask you to share what you think would make state government more accessible and accountable to everyday New Mexicans.

Strong Families Legislative Day

Feb 17, 2017
Generation Justice

     This Sunday, join Generation Justice as we go into depth about the Strong Families New Mexico day at the Legislature. We bring in Jessica Collins, Program Director for Strong Families NM, participants and organizers who will share why they are passionate about this legislation. The bills and issues that were brought up were, Civil Rights and Criminal Justice, Education Equity, Economic Justice, Health Equity, and Anti-Family.

New Mexico In Focus (screenshot)

Democrats regained control of New Mexico’s House of Representatives during the election. They met over the weekend, and former minority leader Brian Egolf of Santa Fe was nominated to be the next House Speaker.  

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New Mexico Republican Gov. Susana Martinez delivered the 2015 State of the State address this afternoon at the Roundhouse in Santa Fe.