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Bob V. Stover's Obituary on Albuquerque Journal

Stover, Bob V. Bob V. Stover lost his courageous battle with lung cancer on September 24, 2015. He died peacefully at home. Bob was born on January 25, 1936 in Taos, NM. His family moved to
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New Mexico legislators look to close Rural Rehabilitation Corp. | Lubbock Online | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

SANTA FE (AP) - A corporation set up with taxpayers' money during the Great Depression is trying to derail legislation that would put it out of business.
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Four seek GOP nomination in Senate District 19

Longtime GOP Sen. Sue Wilson Beffort's departure from the Legislature this year has prompted a swar
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GOP lawmaker attempts revive abortion bill, fails

Last week, a Republican lawmaker made headlines for siding with Democrats in killing an abortion bill. But in an apparent about-face Thursday morning, that same lawmaker attempted to revive and pass the same controversial bill. “Having voted in the affirmative with the majority, I want to remove [House Bill 275] from the table and make […]
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Governor Susana Martinez Delivers State of the State Address

Governor Susana Martinez Delivers State of the State Address: Santa Fe, NM – The following is the prepared text of… https://t.co/20D5Bv9R0J...

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Hispanic Chamber backs Susana Martinez for VP

Martinez is the first Hispanic woman elected governor in the history of the United States.

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GOP's new jobs plan for NM: I get a pay raise, you get a pay cut.

New Mexico has a jobs crisis and Republicans in charge in Santa Fe have a plan to fix it.

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Redistricting Could Be Done By Citizen Panel

"Seeing incumbents win time and again because districts are rigged stifles competition and creates a sense of incumbent inevitability.

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It's competence vs. crazy in the 2016 SOS race

Nora Espinoza (R-Roswell) is running for Secretary of State. You read that right.

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A sign of the state’s shaky finances

House Bill 311, sponsored by Republican Jimmie Hall of Albuquerque, would 'sweep' tens of millions of dollars from various state funds into New Mexico's main checking account -- also known as the general fund -- to pay for services and programs.

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More of Martinez's crony capitalism exposed

A report last week announced that, “New Mexico’s economy is stagnant, largely because of the state’s reputation for corruption and crony capitalism and an environment that fosters pay to play behavior." Now, there's...

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Why is new SOS candidate trying to gut wages?

While it might not sound like a sexy issue, the prevailing wage is extremely important for New Mexico's workers. Last night, HB 200, the bill introduced by new Secretary of State candidate Rep.

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House Speaker Tripp shares capital outlay allocations

The House speaker joins the House minority leader among 25 lawmakers sharing details of their infrastructure allocations.

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Why does Kelly Fajardo keep voting against kids??

Republicans in New Mexico’s House of Representatives claim to put kids first but their actions show differently. Take Rep. Kelly Fajardo for example.

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NM Attorney General Exonerates 10 Behavioral Health Providers

UPDATED: The New Mexico Attorney General exonerated 10 health providers of fraud charges Monday, a significant reversal for Gov.

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NM posts record prison profits ahead of new GOP push for more incarceration

If Republicans in the State House get their way, New Mexico's prisons are about to get a lot more crowded - and profitable. 6,849 New Mexicans are incarcerated in the state's prison on any one day, according to the state's Corrections Department.

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Where was Rep. Espinoza During House Ethics Vote?

GOP SOS Candidate Misses Ethics Vote Despite Being Present for Votes Before & After The Democratic Party of New Mexico on Wednesday asked why Rep. Nora Espinoza was not present for Tuesday nigh…
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Martinez creating buzz on the national stage - Albuquerque Journal

Governor's new high-profile role in GOP will bring perks and pitfalls
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Scandal at Albuquerque schools most recent of many - Arizona Daily Star

ALBUQUERQUE — Embattled Albuquerque Schools Superintendent Luis Valentino, facing calls for his resignation for hiring an administrator facing child sex charges, follows a long line of Albuquerque school chiefs who...
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Updated: Secretary of state accused of fraud, money laundering

AG links Duran's casino activities to alleged violations
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