Talking about the Roundhouse and U.S. Senate race
I was on the radio program New Mexico News and Views this afternoon to talk about what’s going on at the Roundhouse, new polling in the U.S. Senate race and more.
Among the Roundhouse-related topics were two controversies surrounding appointees of the governor, reform of the Public Regulation Commission, and a bill that would implement a local tax to help fund the Rail Runner.
I should also note: I had a brain fart and, in response to a question about the state offering public tours of the site of the 1980 prison riot that left at least 33 inmates dead, I mistakenly talked instead about the 1987 escape of seven inmates from the state penitentiary. My bad. Yes I know the difference. I just had a bad moment.
Anyway, you can listen to me talking with Dewey Moede on KKIM radio right here:
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