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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...