SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — The New Mexico state Senate is wading into ambitious reform proposals designed to rein in the use of deadly force by police, expand cannabis sales, provide free college tuition and criminalize threats against public officials.
More than 150 bills were introduced as the state Senate holds a rare floor session amid the pandemic and a spate of virus infections at the Capitol.
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