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Albuquerque, NM – Today, Attorney General Hector Balderas and the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government announced new legislation aimed at increasing transparency in government, and reducing access barriers to New Mexico’s citizens and members of the press in their pursuit of public information. HB 26 would limit the amount that public agencies can charge the public following a request for public records. HB 29 would require that organizations who exist solely to provide funds or property to government agencies be subject to the Inspection of Public Records Act and Open Meetings Act.

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