There’s a good reason Gov. Susana Martinez’s administration hasn’t released receipts for lodging and food expenses related to a 2011 Louisiana alligator-hunting trip by Martinez’s husband, Chuck Franco, and two New Mexico State Police officers: There aren’t any such receipts for out-of-state expenditures during that trip.
According to a spokesman for the governor, Franco and the officers assigned to guard him were “privately hosted, and security stayed where the first gentleman stayed and meals were included. It was a personal hunting trip and the hosts have no business with state government, nor are they involved in state politics.”
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