Proposal could make New Mexico a sanctuary state

New Mexico, the state with the largest percentage of Hispanic residents in the nation, could be the latest to adopt sanctuary status regarding immigrants, under
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Lawmakers divided on bills that were previously vetoed

Democratic Gov. Lujan Grisham is urging lawmakers to quickly send her noncontroversial bills to sign that were blocked by her Republican predecessor
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New Mexico governor seeks funding for universal preschool

New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham sounded a rallying cry to increase state spending on public education, including preschool
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The Latest: Republican lawmakers worried about spending plan

Republican New Mexico House Minority Leader James Townsend says he's "scared to death" of the spending proposals pushed by Democratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisha
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The Latest: GOP decry Gov. Lujan Grisham's ed spending plans

Republican New Mexico House Minority Leader James Townsend says he is "scared to death" of the spending proposals pushed by Democratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grish
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The Latest: Republicans eye details from Lujan Grisham plans

GOP New Mexico Rep. Alonzo Baldonado says Republicans are taking a "wait and see" approach to the education proposals outlined by Democratic Gov. Michelle Lujan
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Court upholds sentence for man accused in officer's death

The New Mexico Supreme Court has upheld the life sentence for a man convicted of killing a suburban Albuquerque police officer
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New Mexico city, utility propose solar energy partnership

Officials in New Mexico's most populous city are partnering with the state's largest electricity provider to build a new solar generating station and boost the
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Routed New Mexico GOP works to recover amid unclear leaders

After losses in statewide and legislative races this month the New Mexico GOP must now regroup and find new leadership.
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Routed New Mexico GOP works to recover amid unclear leaders

After losses in statewide and legislative races this month the New Mexico GOP must now regroup and find new leadership.
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Routed New Mexico GOP works to recover amid unclear leaders

The Republican Party of New Mexico suffered historic losses in statewide and legislative races and now must regroup without a clear leader
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New Mexico sentenced in Arizona ammunition-smuggling case

A 21-year-old New Mexico man arrested in an Arizona border town faces prison time for trying to help smuggle ammunition into Mexico
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Search continues for Los Lunas woman missing for 2 weeks

Valencia County Sheriff's officials say they're investigating what they call "suspicious circumstances" surrounding the case of a Los Lunas woman missing for ne
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Attorney: Man received unfair trial in officer's death

The New Mexico Supreme Court has heard arguments that a man sentenced to serve life in prison in the 2015 killing of a police officer received an unfair trial
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New Mexico settles lawsuit over sex bias with prison workers

Current and former employees of a prison have reached a $2.5 million settlement with the state to resolve allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination
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State settles lawsuit over sex bias with prison workers

Current and former employees of a state prison have reached a $2.5 million settlement with the state to resolve allegations of sexual harassment and discriminat
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New Mexico energy provider pushing new Facebook solar plan

New Mexico's largest electric provider is seeking expedited approval from regulators to build two new solar plants to help power Facebook's planned data center
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Woman fatally shot by deputy after stealing patrol car

Investigators say a Valencia County sheriff's deputy fatally shot a woman after she drove away in a police cruiser with a suspect in the backseat
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State Police: Valencia deputy shoots 2 suspects, 1 fatally

The New Mexico State Police is investigating a shooting in which a Valencia County sheriff's deputy fatally shot two burglary suspects, one fatally
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The Latest: Perjury plea adds prison time for ex-politician

New Mexico's attorney general says former state Sen. Phil Griego has pleaded guilty to felony charges of perjury and embezzlement in connection with the misspen
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Ex-New Mexico senator pleads guilty to embezzlement, perjury

A former New Mexico state senator who's already serving a prison sentence for public corruption convictions has pleaded guilty to two felony counts each of embe
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Former New Mexico state senator due in court again

A former New Mexico state senator who is already serving a jail term for public corruption convictions is scheduled to appear in court Monday on separate charge
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3 New Mexico men accused of misusing federal credit cards

Three New Mexico men accused of federal theft charges for allegedly trying to defraud the Bureau of Indian Education have pleaded not guilty
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Environmental group taps reservoirs to boost Rio Grande flow

Cities, water managers and a key irrigation district along the Rio Grande have agreed to sell water they don't immediately need to help boost flows along a stre
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