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7 Days

From Sept. 23

September 23, 2009, 12:00 am
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1
Public Regulation Commission offers $80,000-a-year job to former campaign worker of indicted PRC Commissioner Jerome Block Jr.
If Block is convicted, maybe his former helper can have Block’s job next.

2
State delays Medicaid help for thousands of disabled New Mexicans.
Because in New Mexico, government only helps those who help themselves. 

3
City of Santa Fe won’t need to furlough employees for now.
Let’s see if we can tell the difference.

4
Laureate, which took over CSF in the wake of its financial collapse, chooses former College of Santa Fe President Stuart Kirk as its business vice president.
Business as usual, that is.

5
Gov. Bill Richardson and legislators are in conflict about how to cut the state budget.
All in favor of a fire sale?

6
Albuquerque Journal poll shows New Mexicans would rather the state cut spending than raise taxes.
In the same poll, people revealed a preference for lower gas prices, honest politicians and world peace.

7
State employees could lose their smart phones.
Because nothing in government is allowed to be smart.

 

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