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Unvaccinated people are increasing the amount of patients needing care at NM hospitals amid a shortage of staff and resources. Most are above 100% capacity. In response, the state DOH announced Monday that it will allow some hospitals to ration treatment. https://t.co/CctSmRtA93

Michigan trivia: On Oct. 19, 1918, Michigan state government ordered all meeting places in the state be closed in order to stop the spread of what?

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Rep. Pamelya Herndon said during the town hall that she’s hopeful gun-storage legislation will be considered during a fast-approaching 2022 legislative session. The Bennie Hargrove Act is a response to the mid-school shooting in Aug.

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Are you looking for answers about an Indigenous loved one who’s disappeared? Would sharing information on the air help? Call @LetsTalkNM Thursday morning at 8 a.m. as @Source_NM journalists guide the conversation around #MMIWR on @KUNMNews' airwaves.

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States in the Colorado River Basin are adjusting to the reality that their rights outstrip the available water by nearly 1/3, state and tribal leaders told a congressional panel. A tribal rep called for full rights to assist in collaborative efforts.

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“After these five decades of public service in Annapolis, it is time for me to invest more attention and energy in my wonderful family and community, who have made this all possible,” State Treasurer Nancy K. Kopp (D) said in a letter to lawmakers.

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New post: After Nearly 20 Years as State Treasurer, Nancy Kopp Announces Retirement https://t.co/iKklMH7x2j

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