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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

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By Heath Haussamen • News • The special audit of Sunland Park released Monday includes findings related to Andrew Moralez and Joseph Cervantes. Both say they were trying to clean up the government in the scandal-plagued city. shared a link.
www.nmpolitics.netBy Heath Haussamen • News • Police in Taos are investigating the alleged beating of a man that followed a dispute about the placement of signs directing people to a campaign event for Eighth Judicial District Judge candidate Ernestina Cruz shared a link.
By Daniel Manzano • Commentary • The N.M. Coalition Against Domestic Violence opposes any amendment, bill or substitution to the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act that will weaken or eliminate provisions to protect Native American, LGBT and immigrant communities.
San Ysidro feast day serves as a reminder of the role that agriculture and farming have played in New Mexico for hundreds of years and the connection that our communities have to the land and water that are vital to sustain our way of life. Generations of New Mexicans have worked the land to provide for their families, and it is critical that we continue to preserve agricultural vocations that are significant to our culture, our traditions, and our economy.
Rep. Luján released the following statement today to celebrate San Ysidro feast day and the patron saint of farmers.
The chief deputy DA was arrested Friday on charges of assaulting a sheriff's deputy. #ABQ
The chief deputy district attorney responsible for prosecuting felony domestic violence cases in Bernalillo County has been arrested and charged with assaulting a sheriff’s deputy.
Get ready - this Sunday evening, May 20th, is the Annular Eclipse, which will be highly visible from Albuquerque. Make your plans now to attend one of several viewing event options at the Bernalillo County Scholar Regional Recreation Complex near the Hard Rock Pavilion, the Anderson Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum, the University of New Mexico Observatory or the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History. Check out this page for details.
Albuquerque's high desert location makes for clear skies and calm weather much of the year. This spring, it will be the place to be for astronomy buffs and amateur star gazers alike. Two astronomical "close encounters" will take place - and both are visible in Albuquerque. shared a link.
By Eric Griego • Commentary • I’ve made Wall Street accountability a core issue in my Democratic primary against two more conservative opponents in New Mexico’s First Congressional District.
Free admission for NM residents, this Friday at the O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe!

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