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Albuquerque residents Michael Caldwell, left, and his wife Natasha Caldwell attend a Second Amendment Protest in response to Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham's recent public health order suspending the conceal and open carry of guns in and around Albuquerque for 30-days, Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2023, in Albuquerque, N.M. Natasha said "we came to stand for the constitution and out of anger about what's happening with this health order." (AP Photo/Roberto E. Rosales)
Roberto E. Rosales
Restrictions on carrying guns in public that are tied to an emergency public health order are going under the legal microscope Tuesday in New Mexico, where the Democratic governor is testing the boundaries of her authority and constitutional law in response to violent crime in the state's largest metro area.
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Director of Sustainability Initiatives for Journalism at Knight Foundation Duc Luu and Gwyneth Doland, professor of practice in journalism at the University of New Mexico open the New Mexico Local News Fund summit.
Rashad Mahmood
New Mexico Local News Fund
The New Mexico Local News Fund hosted its first summit this weekend discussing the importance of local journalism and the challenges it faces.
St. Louis Circuit Attorney's Office
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Fuel cans sit in the snow at a Glorieta Camps pile burn conducted by the Forest Stewards Guild in 2021.
Courtesy of the Forest Stewards Guild
A review and update of the consequences of the U.S.-supported military coup of September 11, 1973 that overthrew the government of Chilean President Salvador Allende.