NM governor ‘grateful’ for legislative victories
BARRY MASSEY Associated Press SANTA FE, N.M. Gov. Susana Martinez wrapped up her first legislative session Saturday, feeling grateful that she was able to make good on at least some of her campaign promises to trim state spending, crack down on criminals and start reforming New Mexico’s education system. The Democratic-controlled Legislature handed the Republican executive some key victories in …
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Local news in brief, March 19, 2011
Income-eligible Santa Fe County property owners who are disabled or over the age of 65 may apply to freeze the taxable value of their property.
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Film cap raised to million
The Senate Finance Committee approved the House-passed film compromise bill that keeps the industry incentive at 25 percent but caps the annual payout to productions.
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Phil Spencer: ‘I’m being myself on TV. No hamming’
Kirstie and Phil. No need for formal introductions surely. It’s like Ant and Dec, Jamie and Nigella – first-name terms will suffice. The Honourable Kirstie Allsopp and Mr Philip Spencer have been property TV’s dream double-act, with Channel 4’s Location, Location, Location and Relocation, Relocation, since 2001. But while Kirstie has given a whole succession of fearless interviews over the years …
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