BC-NM--New Mexico Coverage Advisory, NM
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MINE WASTE SPILL
DENVER _ The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has released a report on how fish and other aquatic life fared after the agency inadvertently triggered a mine waste spill that polluted rivers in Colorado, New Mexico and Utah. By Dan Elliott. UPCOMING: 130 words, then longer version, photos.
_ COMPLAINT-RACIAL HARASSMENT: Advocates have filed a complaint in New Mexico on behalf of a college student who says a convenience store employee called police on him for “being arrogant because he’s black.”
_ SUBPAR LAWYERING: The New Mexico Supreme Court is grousing about the quality of legal briefs filed by some lawyers, even in appeals arguing that defendants’ earlier legal representation was subpar.
_ RENEWABLE ENERGY-NEW MEXICO: New Mexico’s largest electricity provider has reaffirmed its commitment to build five new solar plants next year as it plans to obtain 20 percent of retail electricity sales from renewable sources by 2020.
ORANDO, Fla. _ The Denver Nuggets visit the Orlando Magic.
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