This week, New Mexico in Focus panelists sit down with state veterinarian Dave Fly and Bernard Treat of the New Mexico Beef Council to discuss the impact the current drought has on livestock and feed.
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The Line also examines a new policy by some police departments using high tech cameras to run criminal checks on massive groups of license plates, as well as what's being done with all the data collected, and a discussion about rising home prices nationwide and state government oversight commissions.
• David Fly, New Mexico state veterinarian
• Bernard Treat, New Mexico Beef Council
• Javier Martinez, associate director, Partnership for Community Action
• Jamie Estrada, former U.S. Commerce Department official
• Dan Foley, former New Mexico House Republican Whip
• Sophie Martin, editor-in-chief, New Mexico Law Review
• Matt Grubs
• Gene Grant, Weekly Alibi columnist
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New Mexico in Focus Discusses Statewide Drought, New Police Technology
August 02, 2012