New Mexico Legislature seeks greater spending amid pandemic

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New Mexico Legislature seeks greater spending amid pandemic

Legislature seeks to increase spending on health care, education, salaries
Medical personnel conduct drive-thru COVID-19 testing May 4 at Rehoboth McKinley Christian Health Care Services in Gallup, N.M. In the 60-day session that will begin Tuesday, legislators are advocating for increased spending at front-line agencies for the state’s pandemic response, including the Health Department, which has led coronavirus testing and contact-tracing efforts as well as planning for distribution of virus vaccines.

New Mexico Legislature seeks greater spending amid pandemic

Medical personnel conduct drive-thru COVID-19 testing May 4 at Rehoboth McKinley Christian Health Care Services in Gallup, N.M. In the 60-day session that will begin Tuesday, legislators are advocating for increased spending at front-line agencies for the state’s pandemic response, including the Health Department, which has led coronavirus testing and contact-tracing efforts as well as planning for distribution of virus vaccines.
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