User: flenvcenter Topic: Policy and Governance-Regional
Category: Government :: New Mexico
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Kitty litter explored in nuke dump radiation leak 14.5.2014 Denver Post: National News Headlines
CARLSBAD, N.M. (AP) — A mysterious radiation release that has indefinitely shuttered the federal government's only permanent nuclear waste dump may have been caused by a change in the type of kitty litter that is mixed with the toxic waste.
Oil and gas companies playing, but pay to Colorado counties is uneven 13.4.2014 Denver Post: Business
The Colorado shale oil boom is adding billions of dollars to oil company balance sheets and millions to the coffers in counties where drilling takes place — but it hasn't amounted to much for the rest of the ...
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Search for old Atari games to go on in New Mexico 21.3.2014 Denver Post: National News Headlines
ALAMOGORDO, N.M.—Organizers say a planned dig into a New Mexico landfill for a rumored cache of what some consider the worst Atari video game of all time is expected to proceed despite state environmental regulators' concerns.
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New Mexico’s groundwater protections may take a hit 15.10.2013 Current Issue
Under Gov. Susana Martinez, the state is rolling back some of its strongest environmental protections.
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Jumping mouse could leap to endangered list 7.8.2013 Durango Herald
The New Mexico meadow jumping mouse would make a great superhero character. The mouse is semiaquatic with back legs that can propel it up to 3 feet, and its presence is fleeting The mouse hibernates an average of nine months of the year.The mouse, which makes its home along streams in the Southwest, is being considered for endangered...
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Reptile found in Santa Fe sent to Colorado reserve 26.7.2013 Denver Post: Local
Reptile found in Santa Fe sent to Colorado reserve
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NM company faces setbacks in horse slaughter plans 23.7.2013 Denver Post: Business
NM company faces setbacks in horse slaughter plans
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Sunland allowed to reopen peanut plant after salmonella outbreak 25.12.2012 Headlines: All Headlines
A U.S. district judge has signed a consent decree imposing requirements on Sunland Inc., a manufacturer and distributor of peanut products, after the privately held company was linked to an outbreak of salmonella that affected 20 states, the Food and Drug Administration said.
The war on New Mexico's water 21.11.2012 From the Blogs
The governor's political appointees are dismantling environmental protections
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NM offers late-season elk hunting licenses 25.10.2012 Denver Post: National News Headlines
SANTA FE, N.M.—The Game and Fish Department is offering late season licenses to sportsmen to hunt trophy bull elk in New Mexico.
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Workshop takes the pulse of the Animas River 17.10.2012 Durango Herald
FARMINGTON Two hundred people involved in water-quality issues from Silverton to Northern New Mexico described projects, compared notes and asked questions of others Tuesday.
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Yes Virginia, there is poop in your well 29.9.2012 From the Blogs
EPA study ties dairies to water pollution in Washington
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Utah conservationists ask Interior Secretary not to de-list wolves. 28.9.2012 Salt Lake Tribune
By christopher smart The Salt Lake Tribune Published Sep 27, 2012 05:07PM MDT More than a dozen Utah conservation groups are asking Interior Secretary Ken Salazar to keep protections in place that would allow “natural re-introduction” of wolves into the Beehive State. In a letter to Salazar, the conservationists say they are concerned with a planned de-listing of the gray wolf from the Endangered Species list across the lower 48 states. In addition, they fear for the health of the Mexican gray wolf population that straddles the line between northern Arizona and New Mexico... ...
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Without state funding, Pecos still just a park 25.8.2012 Durango Herald
SANTA FE Funding is so tight that there is not enough money available to make Pecos Canyon a state park, said New Mexico State Parks Division director Tommy Mutz.
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NM considering antelope hunting license change 20.8.2012 Denver Post: National News Headlines
SANTA FE, N.M.—The state Game Commission plans to consider changing how hunters can get licenses to hunt antelope in parts of New Mexico.
New Mexico emissions case gains delay 3.7.2012 Durango Herald
ALBUQUERQUE The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Monday gave New Mexico officials, the states largest electricity provider and others more time to sort out a solution for curbing haze-causing pollution at a coal-fired power plant in northwestern New Mexico.
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N.M. bear-management methods prompt concerns 20.6.2012 Durango Herald
ALBUQUERQUE No one knows exactly how many black bears are roaming the mountains that border New Mexicos most populous area, but conservationists Tuesday accused state wildlife managers of targeting the areas bears for removal to bring an end to nuisance calls.
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Wildfires force evacuations in New Mexico, along Colorado-Utah border 27.5.2012 Denver Post: National News Headlines
Residents near a privately owned New Mexico ghost town were ordered Saturday to evacuate as a blaze in the Gila National Forest continued to burn erratically, as Colorado crews took to fighting a new fire along the Utah-Colorado border.
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Horse slaughterhouse in N.M. should be fined, Colorado advocates say 20.5.2012 Durango Herald
LAS CRUCES, N.M. A Colorado-based horse advocacy group says a New Mexico company seeking to become the nations first slaughterhouse for horses since 2007 should face fines for violating laws on waste disposal.
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Western outfitters in court over NM hunting law 22.3.2012 Denver Post: Outdoors
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.—Outfitters from four Western states argued Wednesday in federal court that their constitutional rights to conduct business in New Mexico were being upended by changes to
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