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Oct. 26

October 26, 2011, 3:00 am
By SFR












1 State considers prosecuting unemployment fraud.

Which will employ some lawyers, at least. 



2 Occupy Santa Fe promises to stay put until campaign finance reform happens.

In other words, forever.



3 Richard Branson says he wants to make space travel affordable for the masses.
For 1 percent of them, anyway.

4 La Boca restaurant manager opposes LANL plutonium lab.

Radioactive salads just don’t taste the same.



5 ICE sets record in number of deportations during FY 2011.

As part of a new program called Nobody Wants to Be Here Anyway.



6 Qaddafi bites the dust.

And yes, it’s too soon to be a Libyan dictator for Halloween.



7 Winter storm hits Santa Fe.

But is unlikely to affect the ubiquity of “sexy cat” costumes on Saturday.



 

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