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7 Days

From Jan. 27

January 27, 2010, 12:00 am
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1
Domestic partnership bill proposed again at the Legislature.
And unlike other bills, passing it won’t cost a thing—except tolerance.

2
Gov. Bill Richardson supports proposed law to ban texting while driving in New Mexico.
But has yet to comment on the fate of sexting.

3
New Mexico businesses could pay $20 million more in taxes under a plan to rescue the state’s unemployment insurance.
Never say government lacks a sense of irony.

4
State Investment Council wants $4 million more for its legal fees.
There’s a wise investment.

5
Lt. Gov. Diane Denish announces plan to put state finances online for greater transparency.
Maybe in the same vein, she could post her reaction to the Frank Foy testimony in the pay-to-play scandal.

6
State will use federal funds to keep Rail Runner running on the weekends.
Good thing we’ve managed to diversify our economy for times like this.

7
Steven Soderbergh will film the movie Knockout in New Mexico.
The story of a Southwestern state undone by corruption.

 

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