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COVID tests out there ... somewhere
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Testing shortages are unnerving the public Testing shortages are unnerving the public
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NM's GOP files lawsuit over new congressional map
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Suit asks judge to replace new ... Suit asks judge to replace new boundaries with a map proposed by the Citizen Redistricting Commit
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Insurers pushed to settle archdiocese abuse claims
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Nearly 400 victims still in limbo ... Nearly 400 victims still in limbo four years after Santa Fe church filed for bankruptcy
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New COVID-19 cases set a record for third straight ...
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Officials say vaccines are lowering death ... Officials say vaccines are lowering death rates
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ABQ officials push tough-on-crime bills
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Legislation would increase penalties for firearms, ... Legislation would increase penalties for firearms, alter pretrial detention
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Northern NM still recovering from damaging December storm
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Governor signs order for disaster declaration ... Governor signs order for disaster declaration in Taos County
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Bill would set $15 minimum wage for state employees
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Move could increase pay of 1,200 ... Move could increase pay of 1,200 workers
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Watchdog group asks for online streaming of Senate committee
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Pro tem president argues public won't ... Pro tem president argues public won't be interested
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LFC report: Changing pretrial detention won’t lower crime
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A new report by Legislative Finance ... A new report by Legislative Finance Committee analysts found that low arrest, prosecution and conviction rates may have more to do with the crime ...
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Gov. backs bill to exempt Social Security benefits from ...
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At least five bills on retirement ... At least five bills on retirement income filed during this session