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ALBUQUERQUE, NM---Today, Attorney General Balderas announced support for legislation proposed by the State Ethics Commission that would dramatically overhaul New Mexico’s existing Financial Disclosure Act. As it currently stands, the Act requires certain public officers to file disclosure statements with the Secretary of State listing various categories of financial-related information. However, critics of the Act have noted it is unduly vague as to who is required to make a disclosure and is similarly vague as to what must be disclosed. 

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