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Monday, October 10, 2011

New Mexico News

New Mexico Environmental Law Center shared a link.
U.S. Senator Tom Udall (D-NM), chairman of the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Subcommittee on Children’s Health and Environmental Responsibility, held an oversight hearing yesterday on the status of cleanup operations at legacy uranium mining and milling operations in New Mexico
Yesterday, I vetoed Democratic redistricting plans. Rather than fairly equalizing population among legislative districts, these plans packed people into Republican districts and under-populated Democratic districts. This type of gerrymander has been ruled unconstitutional by the United States Supreme Court and violates the one-person, one-vote principle. What was most surprising is that the Legislature's own expert publicly admitted that he used this tactic.
ICYMI: New Mexico in Focus picks up where Ken Burns' PROHIBITION left off with a panel of alcohol experts from across the industry & government.
- New Mexico in Focus picks up where Ken Burns left off.
We've got the nation's best-preserved dinosaur tracks -- along with an historic Victorian-era hotel -- in Clayton. Check it out and make your travel plans.
The northeastern part of New Mexico is one of the lesser known regions of our state. Yet it was the first part of New Mexico to be annexed by the U.S.A. That far corner of the state above the Canadian River was actually part of the Louisiana Purchase of 1803.
Time to unwind...WGRF Wrap up Party!!!! shared a link.
By Dennis Kintigh • Commentary • America’s citizens should be able to assume that Endangered Species Act listings are based on “best science,” as determined by an altruistic scientist — an honest arbiter. Sadly, this ideal model isn’t how it works in real life.
There is word that the controversial Westboro Baptist Church may protest outside the funeral for Sgt. Christopher Diaz.
Cops remove protesters at Midnight

More on this story as it develops.

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