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NARAL Pro-Choice New Mexico
High Desert Construction
Democracy for New Mexico
(Barb & Mary ellen)
Conservation Voters New Mexico
Sandy Buffet )


Show Guest Blogs
& Websites
Senator Dede Feldman website

Dede Feldman Blog

Rep. Mimi Stewart
Steve's Legislative Blog
(Steve Terrell)
Steve's Good Old Blog
(Steve Terrell)
The Alibi
(Christie Chisholm)
Conservation Voters New Mexico
Sandy Buffet )
Pam Hyde, Secretary New Mexico Human Services Dept.
Governor's Health Plan
Health Securities Act
(Mary Feldblum)
The New Mexico Democratic Party
Laura Sanchez

State Rep Elias Barela

KNME 'In Focus'
Gene Grant
State Senator Cisco McSorley
Debbie O'Malley - ABQ City Council

What's going on with issues that matter in the short 2008 session?
Call-in during the show at 338- 4090

The Feb 9 Show Montage

With co hosts
Heather Brewer & Javier Benavidez


Joe Monahan will be with us to wrap up our series of showson the legislature, 2008 version. What have the alligators told Joe about our show continuing after the legisalture?


Senator Jerry Ortiz Y Pino is back with us again for the 2008 legislative wrap-up edition.  He'll tell us why he voted for the TIDDS legislation and what success and disappointments were made this legislative session.

Senator Ortiz y Pino talks with
DFNM's Mary Ellen Broderick
before a show last year


State Rep. Moe Maestas joins us to give his take on actions taken in the House during the 2008 legislative session.









In the 2004 U.S. Presidential election, 25% of 18 – 35 year olds got their news from John Stewart’s “The Daily Show” and “Saturday Night Live.” We could help get local progressive information to all age groups if we have a radio presence through the 2008 election. 

Alternative media are quietly on the rise, but most people still get their news from mainstream sources.  We'd like to think that progressive talk radio in New Mexico can bring information from seldom-heard voices to the wider public, and provide greater journalistic breadth to mainstream media. We're not ready to give up our voice to radio valium - air wave tranquilizers for the masses.

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