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  1. AP, New Mexico governor settle open records caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Las Cruces Sun-News

    ALBUQUERQUE >> Gov. Susana Martinez has agreed to release monthly reports that detail the spending of security officers who travel with her, part of an agreement reached with The Associated Press in a public records case. Under the settlement, the governor's attorneys agreed that the information in the procurement card reports relates to public business and falls under New Mexico's Inspection of Public Records Act.

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  2. Editorial: Fix roads now and pay for it nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Farmington Daily Times

    Sen. John Arthur Smith and Gov. Susana Martinez both agree that the state needs additional spending to upgrade and repair an aging road system, but they disagree on how to pay for it. Smith wants to pay the bill now, and has proposed an increase in the state's gas tax.

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  3. Sound Off: March 4Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Las Cruces Sun-News

    Wall Street >> Between endless wars, trade treaties and the right-to-work type laws, Wall Street will have us as trapped as destitute slaves. Cartoon >> Today's political cartoon showing big oil as the villain for the oil spill on the railroad had it wrong.

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  4. On our border: Hobbs students protest federal test initiativeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

    ... discipline. About 100 other students at nearby Highland High School also left class as testing began. Gov. Susana Martinez's office said annual assessments are required by the federal government and this particular test was designed by teachers and ...

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  5. Sen. John Arthur Smith:Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | Alamogordo Daily News

    ... to customers. Road construction projects create not only better infrastructure, but good jobs. Gov. Susana Martinez proposes a $300 million package of road and highway projects to begin work in July, and Senate Democrats support road jobs. This ...

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  6. Editorial: Pay now for needed road constructionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | Alamogordo Daily News

    Sen. John Arthur Smith and Gov. Susana Martinez both agree that the state needs additional spending to upgrade and repair an aging road system, but they disagree on how to pay for it. Smith wants to pay the bill now, and has proposed an increase in the state's gas tax.

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  7. New physics building awaits fundingRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 3 | The Daily Lobo

    ... it will have to pass the Senate Finance Committee, both the House and the Senate, and be signed by Gov. Susana Martinez. "(The new building) is one of UNM's highest priorities, so if it doesn't happen in the given year we have to try again in the ...

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  8. On Native GroundVERMONT Takes on the Concept of Corporate PersonhoodRead the original story

    Feb 2, 2011 | American Reporter

    ... politicians and gas company officials, with the words "Liars! Liars!" blown up in big type. New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez announced this morning that she had activitated an additionally 300 National Guardsmen to relight furnaces and pilot lights, ...

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  9. La Frontera official: departure decision still up in the airRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Las Cruces Sun-News

    ... continues for consumers." La Frontera was among a handful of Arizona-based providers brought in by Gov. Susana Martinez's administration in mid-2013 to replace a series of former providers across New Mexico. Allegations of possible fraud and ...

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  10. ramon t commented on Johnny_Mango's blog post Who Are the Fort...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Duke City Fix

    Yesterday afternoon, in a story posted on the Deming Headlight website, veteran newsman Steve Terrell of the Santa Fe New Mexican reported that a writ of mandamus has been filed by the Fort Sill Apaches to force Governor Susana Martinez to negotiate a gambling contract with the tribe. Up until a year ago, the governor didn't even recognize the Fort Sill Apaches as a New Mexico tribe.

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  11. PARCC exam protests continue Tuesday in Las CrucesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Las Cruces Sun-News

    ... day. Carrying signs and chanting, students lined Walnut Street as passers-by honked their horns. "(Gov.) Susana Martinez should take the PARCC test," said Joshua Coca, a eighth-grade honors student. "We'd like to challenge her to take the test she's ...

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  12. $4.25 million earmarked for Las Cruces water projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Las Cruces Sun-News

    ... to ensuring the health and viability of our community," City Manager Robert L. Garza said. Last April, Gov. Susana Martinez announced $4.25 million earmarked to fund a series of critical Las Cruces water infrastructure projects. The funding has ...

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  13. AP, Gov. Martinez settle open records caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | KRQE Albuquerque

    Gov. Susana Martinez has agreed to release monthly reports that detail the spending of security officers who travel with her, part of an agreement reached with The Associated Press in a public records case. Under the settlement, the governor's attorneys agreed that the information in the procurement card reports relate to public business and fall under New Mexico's Inspection of Public Records Act.

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  14. Gov. Rick Scott's 2015 State Of The StateRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | CBS Local

    CBS4 CBS4 is now on CBSMiami.com. It's the same great news, weather, and investigations you found on cbs4.com, but we've added a whole new range of great items and features to help you get more out [] My TV 33 My TV33 is now on CBSMiami.com.

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  15. Students Walk Out on Common Core in New MexicoRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 3 | Schools Matter

    ... hears us and does something about this," she said. "We're not going away." The office of Republican Gov. Susana Martinez, a Common Core supporter, did not respond right away to a request for comment, the Associated Press reported. The walkouts and ...

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  16. Who Are the Fort Sill Apaches & Why Is Governor Martinez Against Them?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | Duke City Fix

    Yesterday afternoon, in a story posted on the Deming Headlight website, veteran newsman Steve Terrell of the Santa Fe New Mexican reported that a writ of mandamus has been filed by the Fort Sill Apaches to force Governor Susana Martinez to negotiate a gambling contract with the tribe. Up until a year ago, the governor didn't even recognize the Fort Sill Apaches as a New Mexico tribe.

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  17. Alamogordo an emerging MainStreet communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Alamogordo Daily News

    ... economic vitality to the city's historic commercial center as an emerging MainStreet community," Governor Susana Martinez said. "Their effort will provide the community another great commercial asset around which the city can grow and help diversify ...

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  18. How Republicans Can Win in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | Taegan Goddard's Political Wire

    ... name. Well, you can't win with anybody." So, resurrect the ghost of Reagan and run him on a ticket with Gov. Susana Martinez or Sen. Tim Scott as the VP? This is going to be a tough jump for a party full of xenophones. Jeb Bush might be able to ...

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  19. New Mexico students join others in nation against new testsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | WRAL.com

    ... about this," Guevara said. "We're not going away and plan to do this again until the testing is done." Gov. Susana Martinez's office said annual assessments are required by the federal government and this particular test was designed by teachers and ...

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  20. Legislative committee considers gambling compact that allows new casinos, 24-hour operationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Ruidoso News

    The proposed new gambling compact negotiated by several New Mexico tribes and Gov. Susana Martinez's administration would allow up to four new Indian casinos in the state over the next 23 years, permit casinos to offer credit as well as free lodging and food to some high rollers, and let casinos stay open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. While some members of the Legislature's Committee on Compacts expressed enthusiastic support for the agreement on Tuesday, others said they are afraid the state is already saturated with casinos and that the compacts might hurt the horse-racing industry.

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