Peter and Walt talked with eminent local economists Chris Erickson, Winnie (Yu-Feng) P Lee, Paul O’Connell, and Jim Peach. They focused on trade and other issues with the U.S. and China, as well as the U.S. and Mexico, but also touched on post-COVID recovery, stimulus, and the infrastructure proposal.
City Council and County Commission have declared April “Native Plant Month,” so we celebrated by talking with some of the folks who helped make that happen and/or have different interesting perspectives on native plants.
Co-hosts Walt Rubel and Peter Goodman began their April 14, 2021 show talking about the pause in J&J COVID vaccinations and police shootings.
A discussion of the new marijuana law in New Mexico with two knowledgeable guests. First, Sheriff Kim Stewart discussed law enforcement challenges of new marijuana law. Following that, Emily Klatenbach of NM Drug Policy Alliance, one of the experts who helped draft the law, explained some of the law's benefits.
Matt Bieber, NM Department of Health, discussed COVID-19 current status and progress.
Co-hosts Walt Rubel and Peter Goodman began their April 7, 2021 show talking about the voter suppression law in George, vaccine passports and changes to Speak Up, Las Cruces.
Co-hosts Peter Goodman and Walter Rubel began their March 31, 2021 show talking about the passing of David Soules, cannabis legalization, the George Floyd trial and coronavirus developments.
Dr. Jamie L. Bronstein will discuss the U.S. Reconstruction Era and its consequences, which she’ll discuss in more detail in an Academy of Learning in Retirement presentation in April.
Ceil Herman of No Strings Theater Company at the Black Box Theater will discuss current and imminent productions, streaming or outdoors live.
Fred Nathan of Think New Mexico discussed how the 2021 Legislative Session did and didn’t meet hopes and expectations.
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