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City of Albuquerque Reaches Agreement With Problem Stores | The Line

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January 31, 2020 – The city of Albuquerque reached an agreement with two “nuisance” convenience stores. They’ll stop selling mini- and pint-sized bottles of alcohol, train their staff more thoroughly about not selling to persons who are intoxicated, and provide better clean-up and security.  Good for the neighborhood, or just pushing problem down the road?…

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The Line: Efforts To Reshape The Public Regulation Commission

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March 8, 2019 – Gene Grant and the Line opinion panelists examine a Senate-approved resolution that would reshape the Public Regulation Commission by turning it into a three-member body appointed by the governor after vetting by an independent nominating committee. Line Panelists: Carolyn Carlson, reporter, The Weekly Alibi Dan Foley, former NM House minority whip…

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