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SANTA FE – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham said Friday that she believes the Walmart shooting in El Paso and escalating threats of violence at schools helped change the legislative landscape in New Mexico – where policymakers have approved three gun-control bills in the past year.
She also pledged to sign the latest piece of legislation – a proposed red flag law – soon after it reaches her desk. It passed the state House late Thursday, the final approval necessary to send her the bill.