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January 6, 2010, 12:00 am


Gov. Bill Richardson “pardons” two prison guard dogs and allows their handlers to adopt them.
His administration really is going to the dogs.


Few drunk driving incidents reported on New Year’s Eve.
New DWI legislation will propose making every day New Year’s Eve.


New Mexico pecan crop behind schedule.
As a result, a piñon coup d’état is underway, but don’t write off the walnuts just yet.


State will now require people selling food made in their homes to have permits, a new provision.
Feel free to gag retroactively


Santa Fe plans to start red-light cameras in February.
Happy Valentine’s Day.


State may need to cut salaries and raise taxes.
And happy New Year.

New Mexico’s float entry wins Grand Marshal’s Trophy in the Tournament of Roses Parade.
Does that mean we can sell it to raise money for public schools?


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