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NM voters go along with PRC revamp, approve bonds

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — One of the New Mexico's most powerful, highest paid and scandal-plagued commissions will have a little less power now that voters have approved a set of constitutional amendments aimed at reforming the Public Regulation Commission. An amendment allowing the state Legislature to set minimum qualifications for PRC candidates was approved by an overwhelming majority late...

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