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Posted: Thursday, May 1, 2014 12:37 pm | Updated: 6:13 pm, Thu May 1, 2014.

Gov. Susana Martinez and her lawyers wanted to stop an ad critical of her from airing in the Albuquerque television market.

The ad features a young Hispanic woman (attorney Oriana Sandoval), who says: "Behind closed doors, Susana Martinez played along when her staff laughed and shamed Spanish-speaking families, like mine. Caught on tape, she refuses to apologize."

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Milan Simonich has worked on daily newspapers for 35 years. He grew up in Pueblo, Colo., becoming a reporter and then city editor of his hometown paper, the Pueblo Chieftain.

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