ALBUQUERQUE — More than six months after the attorney general ruled that the work records of Gov. Susana Martinez’s security detail are subject to public disclosure laws, her administration is refusing media requests for details on past expenses of state police officers that travel with her and her husband, citing safety.
The New Mexican reported Thursday that the Republican administration says there are only $123.94 in expenses for food for the officers who accompanied Martinez’s husband, Chuck Franco, on a six-day 2011 Louisiana alligator-hunting trip because they were hosted privately. But it refused to say who was the host and denied the paper’s request to see the food receipts that the administration said covered the officers’ meals in New Mexico on the first and last days of the trip.
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