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ALBUQUERQUE, NM— In his ongoing efforts to protect New Mexicans, Attorney General Balderas announced today he is convening an all-of-government task force, with state, local, and tribal government leaders, to critically assess New Mexico’s response to extreme heat events. The New Mexico Public Regulation Commission has a docket open to explore how the State’s largest utility can avoid rolling blackouts this summer. The Attorney General’s Consumer and Environmental Protection Division has already begun meeting with PNM, industry experts, and interest groups to explore the legal and technical options for avoiding blackouts this summer. 

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