New Mexico In Depth Deputy Director Heath Haussamen spoke this morning with host Randy Harris on the program Let’s talk, Las Cruces about the behavioral health audit and the effects of the state’s freezing Medicaid payments to providers. Click on the headline to listen.
New Mexico In Depth Executive director Trip Jennings and one of our board members, Tracy Dingmann, have appeared on the TV program New Mexico In Focus in recent weeks to talk about current events. Click on the headline to watch.
NMID’s Deputy Director Heath Haussamen has won the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government’s annual award given to journalists who fight for transparency. We thought we’d share the news because we’re proud. Real proud.
COMMENTARY: Madame Governor, you say you want the media to help the public understand your administration’s decision to suspend Medicaid payments to organizations. First, you can help by telling your employees to answer reporters’ questions.
Heath Haussamen and others went on the radio this morning to talk about our recent articles about visas given to immigrants who cooperate in the prosecution of crimes and other issues. Click on the headline to listen.
COMMENTARY: It has been widely reported that Johnny Depp, in his role as Tonto in the new film “The Lone Ranger,” wants to challenge stereotypes about Native Americans, but Native media was limited to the role of sidekick to other media outlets this week.
COMMENTARY: The Native America Project – as well as New Mexico In Depth in general – gives me the opportunity to try and break the habit of not listening well, and the opportunity to spend time with real people.