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SANTA FE – The food fight between Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s administration and the New Mexico Restaurant Association is getting even messier.
Attorneys for the restaurant association filed a new lawsuit in the Albuquerque-based 2nd Judicial District on Friday in an attempt to force the Lujan Grisham administration to turn over documents underpinning its decision to reimpose a ban on in-person restaurant dining.
In the lawsuit, the restaurant group’s attorneys claim the Department of Health has not supplied them with records requested under the state’s Inspection of Public Records Act.