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From April 21

April 21, 2010, 12:00 am
By SFR

1
Attorney General Gary King says the Governor’s Office is violating the Inspection of Public Records Act by not releasing names of fired employees.
Now that was a nail-biter.

2Gov. Bill Richardson’s office disagrees with King’s conclusion.
After all: A. King says Richardson is wrong.
B. Richardson is never wrong.
Ergo: C. King is wrong!

3
Santa Fe’s gross receipts taxes are down.
Strange how people spend less money when they have less money.

4
City and state offer rebates on energy-efficient washing machines.
As well as the new motto “Poor But Clean.”

5
Unions along with oil and gas industry are top political contributors in New Mexico.
Lawyers representing politicians are in a close third.

6
Physicians Plaza Surgery Center cited for health and safety violations.
Such as storing the french fries too close to the scalpels.

7
Secretary of State’s Office inexplicably mails 2008 voter registration cards to county clerk.
That’s what happens when you redact the dates on your calendar

 

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