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Congressman Steve Pearce on DACA Solution

20 hours ago

In Washington, DC on Thursday, the House narrowly passed a one-month spending bill, but it faced enough opposition to be derailed in the Senate, leaving lawmakers without a clear path for avoiding a partial government shutdown this weekend.  Democrats have been seeking to use their leverage in the negotiations to avoid a shutdown to reach a deal on the fate of Dreamers, or young immigrants brought to the US illegally by their parents.

KSFR reporter John Shannon speaks with Santa Fe musician Sean Healen. Sean discusses his musical influences and plays his song "Crashing."

This week,  both houses of New Mexico's legislature approved an Enhanced Nurses Compact, which allows nurses to travel to and from New Mexico for work without having to get a new state license everywhere they go.  The bill did not pass without argument by some legislators, who say it has constitutional issues.  NMNA lobbyist Linda Siegle spoke about the details of the compact on KSFR's Wake-Up Call

Wake-Up Call, January 19, 2018

21 hours ago

On today's Wake-Up Call, we'll hear about the new Enhanced Nurses Compact just passed this week by the New Mexico state legislature, and why it is concerning to legislators and nurses alike. New Mexico Nurses Association representative Linda Siegle explains it for us.  And we'll listen to Representative Steve Pearce's proposal to address the DACA stalemate in Congress.  All that and a preview of Santa Fe's Women's March and some tunes from Santa Fe mainstay musician, Sean Healen.

KSFR's Wake-Up Call For January 18, 2018

Jan 18, 2018

Today on Wake-Up Call: A special show--the finale of KSFR's "Dark Canyon" series with producers Ellen Berkovitch and Hannah Colton:

 

The third and final segment on the Compassionate Communities Initiative with Rev. Rick Iannucci , a former Special Forces operator, US Marshall, and currently a Chaplin for Santa Fe’s Police Department and Dr. Gordon Dveirin an educator and consultant in Human and Organizational Development. Today they discuss compassionate policing and imagining a compassionate future.

2018 New Mexico Legislative Session Underway

Jan 17, 2018

The 2018 30-day New Mexico Legislative session began in earnest Tuesday afternoon with Governor Susana Martinez’s annual State of the State address to both Legislative chambers. KSFR’s Tom Trowbridge reports:

KSFR's Wake Up Call For January 17, 2018

Jan 17, 2018

On KSFR's Wake Up Call for Wednesday January 17th  2018 Tom Trowbridge reports on day 1 of the New Mexico Legislative session – the last for Governor Susana Martinez;  the third and final segment of John Shannon’s interview with Rev. Rick Iannucci and Dr. Gordon Dveirin from the Compassionate Communities Initiative and Jack Loeffler’s Lore of the Land.

Part 2 of KSFR Reporter John Shannon’s three part interview with Rick Iannucci and Dr. Gordon Dveirin about the Compassionate Communities Initiative in Santa Fe. Today – The science and economy of compassion.

Santa Fe City Council candidate for District Four, Greg Scargall, visited KSFR’s Wake-Up Call this morning and spoke about his race for the Council with host Tom Trowbridge

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