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There’s an old saying that no one is safe when the Legislature is in session.
Most of us wouldn’t argue about whether a lawmaking body is needed; the pace of change in modern society dictates that laws must be added and updated regularly. But the glib little saying is a sharp reminder that there’s always a risk. A legislator once commented to me that the Legislature spends 90 percent of its time correcting its previous mistakes.
A couple of arguments about our New Mexico legislative process arise year after year, especially during the crowded 30-day sessions.
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