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Governor vetoes land study to aid early childhood education

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Governor Susana Martinez vetoed a plan by the State Land Office Wednesday that could have provided nearly $50 million for early childhood programs in the State of New Mexico.

The proposal, submitted by the Land Office, would have allowed a survey to assess the feasibility of purchasing Bureau of Land Management (BLM) disposal lands for the purpose of generating additional money for early childhood education. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.

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