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Just this morning, the Public Regulation Commission decided to allow PNM more time to plan its case for a replacement plan for the San Juan Generating Station. KSFR's Zelie Pollon attended the PRC meeting, and brings us this report. Listen Here

The announcement by New Mexico State Auditor Tim Keller’s office that he will undertake a special audit of Santa Fe’s 2008 Parks Bond project comes as Mayor Javier Gonzales’s administration posts its own report on the city’s website, detailing how some of the money was spent. As KSFR’s Deborah Martinez reports, the 15-page summary looked at how park improvements were planned and generally paid for during the first two years at dozens of the city’s parks. Listen Here  

New Mexico has been a leader in offering interpreting services to individuals with limited English proficiency and the deaf and hard of hearing in courtrooms to ensure equal access to justice. Also, the state is the only one with a constitutional right for citizens to serve on juries regardless of their ability to speak or read English. This status helped attract the conference of the Council of Language Access Coordinators to Santa Fe last week. Paula Couselo, senior statewide program manager of the New Mexico Center for Language Access, was among the presenters.

Now with the latest installment of KSFR’s “Medical Insights,” here’s Santa Fe physician, Dr. Erica Elliott speaking on stem cells.

 www.musingsmemoirandmedicine.com 

May 26 Sembene

May 26, 2015

You may know Jason Silverman as Cinematheque director at the CCA in Santa Fe. But he's also a filmmaker: he co-wrote, directed and produced a new documentary, SEMBENE!, about the life and career of Ousmane Sembene, one of the most significant figures in Senegalese cinema and literature. 


On Saturday, nearly one hundred fifty people showed up in downtown Albuquerque to protest Monsanto, a major biotech firm that creates genetically modified seeds. KSFR’s Joe Gallegos was there and has this report.

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