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A recent national study done in collaboration with The University of New Mexico Comprehensive Cancer Center and the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center found major gaps in colorectal, breast, and cervical cancer screenings that impact underserved communities.
Steve Jones (left) and Louie Sanchez (right) are running in the GOP primary race for New Mexico's 1st Congressional District seat
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New Mexico House District 18
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Sen. Daniel Ivey-Soto, left, chats with Senate Majority Leader Peter Wirth on the Senate floor during the 2024 legislative session.
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New Mexico In Depth
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On the next Let’s Talk New Mexico, we will talk about a unique, one-of-a-kind system meant to offset damage caused by elk and incentivize private land conservation and attempts to reform and properly fund state agencies. We’ll also dive head-first into how the state manages our game and fish.
KUNM News Update
Marsella Duarte (left) and Yanira Gurrola Valenzuela are competing in the June 4 Democratic primary election for New Mexico House District 16 on Albuquerque's Westside. Both women have been appointed at one time to the seat vacated in 2022 by Sen. Antonio "Moe" Maestas.
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Both Democrats running for House District 16 in the primary election have represented the Westside Albuquerque district before, as appointees. Now, Yanira Gurrola Valenzuela and Marsella Duarte are competing for election to it for the first time.
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Buddy Smith and his family on the Navajo Nation
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In a new show, the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico uses photography to explore a traumatic time for the Navajo people. “Nothing Left For Me: Federal Policy and the Photography of Milton Snow in Diné Bikéyah” looks at the brutal impact of the Navajo Livestock Reduction imposed upon Diné communities and homelands by U.S. Indian Commissioner John Collier starting in the 1930s.