AP-NM--New Mexico News Advisory, NM
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UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO— The president of New Mexico’s flagship university is scheduled to deliver the annual state of the university address Monday. President Garnett Stokes, in her first 200 days in office, has wrestled with criticism from state lawmakers, city leaders and others for a decision to cut some sports teams as part of an effort to rein in spending within the troubled athletics department. SENT: 130 words. UPCOMING: Will be developed from noon address.
—RELIGIOUS SECT-CHILD ABUSE — Jury selection in trial for one of the leaders of a western New Mexico paramilitary religious sect accused of child sexual abuse and other crimes.
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