As we plunge into a new week, here’s a flashback on some of the stories/posts we found interesting from last week’s fare:
Governor Richardson signed Open Conference Committees bill
Marjorie at M-Pyre speculated on the Gov’s game of cat and mouse.
Steve Terrell told us so and paid tribute to the late Bob Johnson.
Peter St. Cyr makes strong case for health care reform
Sweeping Good Government Reform Bill Awaits Governor’s Signature.
Dr. John Fogarty warns of another corporate bailout
Polluters are pushing for their own massive bailout
APS and the Office of Circumlocution
Burque Babble translates the hidden meanings in an APS press release.
Who’s Twittering? Matt has the answers.
New Mexico Twitter users
Attorney General Gary King uses subpoena power against political rival
Haussamen: AG, auditor engage in a legal food fight
Monahan got skewered again and again over SunCal avoidance, anonymous sources and blogger credentials
Inkstain: Anonymous Sources
And self-appointed defender of the blogosphere Monahan refuses to doesn’t have a NM blogroll.
National blogger Nate Silver gave us some generational polling on pot
Why Marijuana Legalization is Gaining Momentum
And finally, in the Val Kilmer for Governor Watch
Val Kilmer gets the support of fellow actor Russell Means.
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