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Dateline New Mexico
Tom Trowbridge reports supporters of a proposed New Mexico Constitutional Amendment before the State Legislature are touting a new study to make their case.
KANW New Mexico Close-Up
Tom Trowbridge continues his profile of New Mexico State Senator Pat Woods.
Dateline New Mexico
Tom Trowbridge reports on efforts at the State Capitol to reform New Mexico taxes and close tax loopholes as lawmakers hammer-out a budget for the coming fiscal year.
KANW's New Mexico Close-Up
Tom Trowbridge speaks with New Mexico playwright George Williams—aka W.G. Allen—whose latest work is showing at Albuquerque’s Adobe Theatre.
Dateline New Mexico
Tom Trowbridge reports that U-S Senator Tom Udall, speaking to a Native American audience this week, pledged "being a strong voice and strong advocate for all Tribes,” in this era of uncertainty with the Trump administration.
KANW's New Mexico Close-Up
Tom Trowbridge continues with Democratic Las Cruces State Senator Jeff Steinborn.
The Law of Rock and Roll with Dr. Michael Olivas
Class 40: For What It's Worth. Many of the most common entertainment law disputes involve well-known and easily-recognized persons. And the growing presence of social media will make this issue even more important as society tries to balance the rise of sprawling virtual communities with desires for privacy. It is said that fame is fleeting, but that longevity results in interesting legal cases as individuals attempt to control their own existential persona—not wanting to be appropriated (or misappropriated) or cited without permission. Such litigation has included many entertainers across cultural art forms.