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Who Guards the Guardians - Part 1
Part 1 of Who Guards the Guardians: a town hall discussion on New Mexico's court-monitored guardianship system for senior citizens. A panel of family members, advocates, lawmakers, judges, lawyers, and journalists sat down to make presentations and answer questions on March 22, 2017. This program was hosted by Kent Walz of the Albuquerque Journal, KANW's Tom Trowbridge, and was sponsored by the Albuquerque Journal, the City of Albuquerque Department of Senior Affairs, and 89.1 KANW.
Who Guards the Guardians - Part 2
Part 2 of Who Guards the Guardians: a town hall discussion on New Mexico's court-monitored guardianship system for senior citizens. A panel of family members, advocates, lawmakers, judges, lawyers, and journalists sat down to make presentations and answer questions on March 22, 2017. This program was hosted by Kent Walz of the Albuquerque Journal, KANW's Tom Trowbridge, and was sponsored by the Albuquerque Journal, the City of Albuquerque Department of Senior Affairs, and 89.1 KANW.
Dateline New Mexico
Tom Trowbridge reports on the growing field of Democratic candidates for the to-be-open Congressional District One seat and speaks with hopefuls John Abrams and Antoinette Sedillo Lopez.
KANW's New Mexico Close-Up
Tom Trowbridge speaks with Lorenzo Vigil at Fort Union National Monument about its first Star Party of the year, weather permitting, on Saturday night, May 27th.
Dateline New Mexico
Tom Trowbridge reports on the discovery of Zika-virus-causing mosquitoes in southern New Mexico, and the dangers the Zika virus poses to people.
KANW's New Mexico Close-Up
Tom Trowbridge speaks with Lorenzo Vigil, the Chief of Interpretation and Operations at Fort Union National Monument.
Dateline New Mexico
Tom Trowbridge discusses U-S Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ new sentencing guidelines with American Civil Liberties Union of New Mexico Director Peter Simonson.
KANW New Mexico Close-Up
Tom Trowbridge continues the discussion with Johnny Wilson, the Executive Director of the not-for-profit Fathers New Mexico.
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.