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September 16, 2009, 12:00 am

Santa Fe Board of County Commissioners agrees to $6 million in taxpayer money to build film studio.
Does that mean we get a say on what movies it makes?

New Mexicans vote to have both yellow and turquoise license plates.
More options for accessorizing.

Federal law could mean New Mexicans can’t use their driver’s licenses as ID when flying.
Can we just carry one of our new license plates with us then?

Las Campanas clubhouse temporarily closed due to financial downturn.
This explains the folks holding the “Will Work for Tennis Court” signs.

Las Vegas school district officials cleared for not reporting hazing incident.
There’s a lesson in personal responsibility.

Census Bureau says New Mexico has the second highest rate of people without health insurance in the country.
Because if there’s a list of something bad, we’ve just got to be at the top.

Albuquerque Journal poll finds nearly half of New Mexicans don’t want a government option for health care.
Because we want to be No. 1 in the country for lack of insurance?



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