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Associated PressAssociated PressApril 27, 201811min166

SANTA FE — Officials in New Mexico's film and television industry say a new governor may help boost business for film production in the state. Gubernatorial hopefuls seeking to succeed term-limited Gov. Susana Martinez say some potentially consequential tweaks to the state's film and television tax incentive program could round out this increasingly prominent piece of the state economy.


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Ernest LuningErnest LuningMarch 23, 201730min525

There were lights, more than a few cameras and plenty of action at the premiere of former state Sen. Linda Newell’s documentary film on Saturday afternoon at a Littleton theater. There was also a massive, forbidding doorway to Skull Island lit by flickering tiki lights, and lots of little girls scampering around the lobby dressed in versions of Belle’s iconic yellow princess dress. It was, after all, the movie biz.



Joey BunchJoey BunchMarch 7, 20173min227
The indispensable Vic Vela of Colorado Public Radio has a story about potential legislation to force drugmakers to help provide treatment programs in Colorado. His source is someone who knows the high cost of addiction. Rep. Brittany Pettersen opened up to Vela about the toll her mother’s drug addiction took. The full story is here. Vela […]

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