Governor vs. House

Watts, Jim
March 2005
Bond Buyer;3/1/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32080, p37
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Reports on the approval of the 2005 state budget by the New Mexico House of Representatives. Reaction of Governor Bill Richardson on the handling of Congress about his proposals for tax cuts, public safety and a pre-kindergarten program; Amount intended for the raises in Medicaid spending.


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