Hosts Joey Peters and Matthew Reichbach welcome Elaine Baumgartel from KUNM to the studio to discuss same-sex marriage in New Mexico. Elaine hosts Morning Edition and the KUNM Call-In show -- a few weeks ago, Elaine hosted a call-in show about same-sex marriage.
Hosts Joey Peters and Matthew Reichbach talk about the combined reporting provision of the omnibus tax bill -- and how Wal-Mart may avoid paying the new taxes.
SFR staff writer Justin Horwath spoke about New Mexico Prosperity, a 501(c)4 with an early document that advocated helping Democrats in a partisan fashion.
Hosts Matthew Reichbach and Joey Peters are joined by independent journalists Sterling Fluharty and Andy Lyman to discuss what just happened at the legislative session -- specifically the final hour where a huge tax bill was forced through.
Live from the Roundhouse, hosts Joey Peters of the Santa Fe Reporter and Matthew Reichbach of NM Telegram had SFR's Sterling Fluharty and New Mexico PBS' Matt Grubs on to discuss a controversial piece of legislation that seeks to exempt legislators from the Inspection of Public Records Act.
Joey Peters and Matthew Reichbach were joined by State Fair Commissioner Charlotte Rode, who continued her push for more openness int he bidding process for contracts related to the Downs at Albuquerque. Rode explains what happened and why she thinks it was wrong.
Hosts Matthew Reichbach and Joey Peters speak to Emily Kaltenbach, the state director of the Drug Policy Alliance in New Mexico, about marijuana legislation, legislation to help provide funding for an anti-overdose bill. Then Peters talks about the latest in the Santa Fe Reporter troubles with the governor's office when it comes to receiving public information from private emails.
The Weekly Word spoke to Mike Lilley of the New Mexico Criminal Defense Lawyers Association about bills related to making new crimes or increasing penalties on current crimes. But first, hosts Matthew Reichbach and Joey Peters spoke about the Santa Fe Reporter's Inspection of Public Records Act scuffle with the governor's office -- and why the governor's office may owe the Santa Fe Reporter nearly $20,000.
Hosts Joey Peters and Matthew Reichbach sit down with Capitol Report New Mexico's Rob Nikolewski to talk about the prospects of minimum wage increases, pension reform and other issues in the 2013 legislative session.
Joey Peters and Justin Horwath talk to city council candidate Houston Johansen and New Mexico Foundation for Open Government executive director Gwyneth Doland. Johansen has been appointed to the Santa Fe City Charter Review Commission and talks about local politics. Doland talks about open government and what FOG wants out of this year's legislative session.