ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The Latest on questionable spending of a pro-Los Alamos agency (all times local):

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The former head of an agency of New Mexico municipalities created to promote Los Alamos National Laboratory says she "demonstrated poor judgment" by asking to be reimbursed for alcohol and baseball tickets.

Andrea Romero, former Regional Coalition of LANL Communities executive director, told The Associated Press on Tuesday that she should have known better than to ask to be reimbursed for Washington Nationals tickets, expensive alcohol and fancy restaurant outings.

Romero, who is running for a state House seat, says she has since paid back around $2,000 in reimbursements.

Last week, the New Mexico state auditor released a report that said the agency approved improper reimbursement for alcohol, food, travel and baseball tickets. Another independent audit found Los Alamos County tried to revise existing documents in a possible attempt to conceal thousands of dollars in unlawful reimbursements.

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Documents show a northern New Mexico county commissioner approved taxpayer-supported reimbursements for food and alcohol that have since come under scrutiny.

Emails from Santa Fe County Commissioner Henry Roybal released last week with an independent investigation into the Regional Coalition of LANL Communities showed Roybal approved reimbursements involving baseball tickets, expensive alcohol and fancy restaurant outings.

The emails show Roybal, as treasurer of the Regional Coalition of LANL Communities, rarely questioned the request for reimbursements which the New Mexico state auditor says were improper.

The coalition is an agency comprised of nine northern New Mexico cities, counties and pueblos surrounding the Department of Energy's Los Alamos National Laboratory. The group promotes the economy in connection with the lab.

Roybal didn't immediately return an email from The Associated Press.