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Minimum retirement age for lawmakers proposed in New Mexico

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SANTA FE, N.M. — A proposal to establish a minimum retirement age for New Mexico legislators to receive a taxpayer-funded pension won the endorsement of a legislative study panel Thursday but likely faces an uphill battle in next year's legislative session. A measure by Sen. Jacob Candelaria, a first-term Albuquerque Democrat, would require a lawmaker to reach at least age 55 before collecting...

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