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Albuquerque, NM – Today, New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed suit against Donald Trump's Department of Interior for blocking approximately $18 million in royalties a year that should be paid to states producing oil, gas and coal. Depending on the year, New Mexico could account for as much as 27% of these payments and could receive as much as $4.9 million in additional payments a year if President Trump's administration hadn’t illegally rolled back a 2016 Department of Interior (DOI) rule on oil, gas, and coal valuation. Additionally, the federal government will lose roughly $60 million a year in additional royalties due to the President’s illegal action.

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