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State Senate agrees to raise fines for public officials convicted of felonies.
Budget crisis solved.

2
Senate rejects domestic partnerships.
But adopts new state motto: Equality for Some.

3
Proposed state law would ban text messaging while driving.
Does that include Facebook updates?

4
TV survey reports Gov. Bill Richardson’s approval rating at an all-time low.
Time to set another world record for handshakes.

5
Santa Fe airport cleared for commercial service, but it’s unclear if any will be offered.
Nothing like the convenience of hypothetical air travel.

6
City voters will decide March 10 whether to tax high-end homes to pay for affordable housing.
Capitalism is dead. Long live capitalism.

7
The number of New Mexicans on probation and parole has risen.
As has the number of former elected officials on probation and parole.

 

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