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But journalists here say her administration routinely blocks access to state experts and employees, and won’t respond to questions from news organizations that have published critical stories.
COMMENTARY: Last week the New York Times, the Miami Herald, the Washington Post, and the Kansas City Star all carried stories about New Mexico’s latest public corruption scandal — the charges against its chief ethics officer, Secretary of State Dianna Duran.
Broadcasters, too, have been busy on the national front.
I waited outside the courtroom to ask lawyer Paul Kennedy how much money he’s making on the case. " "You know, I’m not authorized to comment on this matter at all, so you’ll have to contact the governor’s comms people," Kennedy said. No matter which way it goes, it’ll likely be appealed.
***** When she was running for office, Susana Martinez campaigned on open government and promises of transparency.
New Mexicans themselves start with a poor self-image.