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Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s push to make New Mexico a hub for hydrogen is barely hanging on. The Line Opinion Panel explores the changes made in a third piece of legislation, and panelists debate the apparent strategic failures in the rollout of this plan.
The panel also reacts to a call for help from the union president at the Bernalillo County Jail. With staffing shortages inching towards a crisis, should the state step in? And does this reality expose a problem in our approach to law enforcement and curbing crime in general?
A package of voting reforms might have a tough time making it through the session before lawmakers head home. The Line Opinion Panel explores what’s inside the pieces that have gotten some traction, and what’s holding back the rest.
Line Opinion Panelists:
Andy Lyman, reporter, NM Political Report
Dan Foley, fmr. New Mexico representative
Inez Russell Gomez, editorial page editor, Santa Fe New Mexican
For More Information:
Committee Considers New Plan on Hydrogen – Santa Fe New Mexican
Reporter Jerry Redfern Talks Hydrogen Energy – Our Land
Pretrial Monitoring Bill Surfaces in House, Advances Quickly – Albuquerque Journal
Voter-Access Bill Advances in New Mexico Legislature – Associated Press
Governor Optimistic of Approval for Tax Cuts, Voting Access – Associated Presshttps://anchor.fm/nmif/message