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Santa Fe, NM--- Attorney General Hector Balderas and Senators Shannon Pinto and Linda Lopez applaud the New Mexico Senate for passing Senate Bill 12, which is aimed at combating cases of murdered and missing indigenous women, including those being trafficked. The bill, which met some roadblocks in the Senate Judiciary, passed the Senate by a vote of 34-0 and will now move onto the House of Representatives.

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