LAS CRUCES — Four Las Cruces state lawmakers say they have “serious reservations” about former Republican Gov. Garrey Carruthers, who’s up for the New Mexico State University presidency.
Democratic Reps. Phillip Archuleta, Nate Cote, Bill McCamley and Jeff Steinborn issued a statement Thursday following an Albuquerque Journal report about Carruthers’ work in the 1990s for a tobacco-backed group. The Journal reported Carruthers was chairman of The Advancement of Sound Science Coalition, which was formed by a public relations group working for tobacco giant Philip Morris.
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