What will energy cash dependent New Mexico cope, as oil prices crash?
In New Mexico, there is a process for companies applying raises in rates charged the public. But PNM seems to have ignored it. The state Public Regulation Commission over-ruled its hearing examiner and gave PNM its rate hike anyway. Mariel Nanasi of New Energy Economy is challenging the PRC decision in court and tells us why
Dave talks with Rio Rancho Observer reporter Antonio Sanchez about the local movement that kept Sandoval County’s oil in the ground.
Dave talks with International Business Times reporter Maria Gallucci about what is happening to coal workers as their industry shrinks.
Dave talks with New Mexico In Depth reporter Laura Paskus about how the Supreme Court’s recent decision on carbon emissions could affect New Mexico.
Dave talks with Matthew Reichbach, editor of The New Mexico Political Report, about the New Mexico government passing a new REAL I.D. bill and what that means for the state’s driver’s licenses.
Dave talks with New Mexico Political Report editor Matthew Reichbach about New Mexico’s 2016 legislative session.
Dave talks with Jane Mayer, author of Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right, about the dark money that flows through American politics.
Dave talks with Patricia Sabga of Al Jazeera America on Saudi Arabia’s role in Syria.
Dave talks with Foreign Policy energy reporter Keith Johnson about how changing oil prices affect politics.
Dave talks with Associated Press Bureau Chief Joshua Goodman about the legislative shift in Venezuela.
Dave talks with New York Times journalist Carol Giacomo about religion, politics and women in Saudi Arabia.