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Albuquerque, NM -  The New Mexico Ethics Commission dismissed a complaint filed against Attorney General Balderas by several individuals and the Santa Fe non-profit group New Energy Economy; an identical complaint was filed with the Office of the State Auditor. A hearing officer for the Commission adopted the recommendation of the Commission’s general counsel to outright dismiss the complaint, while an independent auditor hired by the Office of the State Auditor extensively tested the Office of the Attorney General’s procurement processes and legal billing practices, finding no violations. These rejections of the complaint come after the New Mexico Supreme Court’s Disciplinary Board rejected an identical complaint there.

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