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Sunday, April 18, 2010

New Mexico Attorney General Says Governor Potentially Violated Open Records Laws

New Mexico Attorney General Gary King says Gov. Bill Richardson's office may have violated the state's open records laws when it did not disclose the names of workers who lost their jobs, the agencies they worked for or their salaries in response to news media requests for that information. Richardson disagrees with the attorney general's opinion.

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