USA Today "State" blurbs below.
#1 failed to say why they are suspected of fraud.
#2 didn't say what affect this will have
on the environment and traffic jams.
#3 forgot that we built electric homes for
Israel before we took care of these homes.
And, that they should be using solar power.
#4 didn't ask psychiatrists if it is less horrible
to be molested
among scenic beauty than the average scenery.
Don't they have something more important to waste $$$ on?
June 14 Santa Fe -
The state auditor wants an independent audit of five veterans
groups that process benefit claims under state contract. The groups,
including American Legion, Disabled American Veterans and Veterans of
Foreign Wars, allegedly have submitted fraudulent monthly reports. State
Veterans Commission Director Michael D'Arco denies wrongdoing.
June 13 Santa Fe -
The state Motor Vehicle Division will close its field offices
early in seven cities next week to issue driver's licenses to legal
immigrants. Department spokeswoman Victoria Bransford said the early
closing will let employees process driver's licenses for legal
immigrants under a state law that took effect May 15.
June 12 Shiprock -
The Navajo tribal utility began an effort to expand
electricity service to 111 homes in the Shiprock area. The Navajo Nation
estimates that 37% of its homes have no electricity.
Tuesday, June 11 Sandia Pueblo -
Parishioners of St. Anthony de Padua Catholic Church at
this American Indian pueblo worshipped at a new church featuring
panoramic views of the Sandia Mountains. The building was dedicated
three years after the old church was closed because its foundation was
unstable. Pueblo Gov. Stuwart Paisano said the old church, which dates
from 1860, will be restored.