New Mexico wildfires' tab at $9M

Jun 16, 2012 Full story: Farmington Daily Times

The state government's budget cycle runs from July 1 through June 30, a time that saw the onset of the largest and second-largest wildfires in New Mexico history.

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“Everyone is suspect”

Since: Mar 10

Alaska, waiting for my Sara

#1 Jun 16, 2012
Due to a lack of foresight, obvious and proven corrupt policies that failed (REFUSED) to fund prevention and management programs, who should pay? I say the beneficiaries. The property owners without reimbursement from insurance companies should pay the tab.
After all, parsimonious policies from neo-cons, tea baggers and the like exacerbated an existing problem. Let them now step up to the plate and pay for their shortsightedness.

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