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Posted: Monday, July 14, 2014 11:00 pm | Updated: 6:23 pm, Tue Jul 15, 2014.

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Three Santa Fe lawmakers scored perfect ratings for votes on environmental issues in a new scorecard published by a politically active statewide environmentalist group.

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  • Fred Stokes posted at 10:43 am on Tue, Jul 15, 2014.

    fredstokes Posts: 94

    Wirth wanted to spend $92 million to help with water problems in a distant part of New Mexico as a preferred alternative to water diversion.

    Wake up Wirth, we have water problems up here. And both Santa Fe City and Santa Fe County are diverting water like crazy.

     

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