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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Joshua Madalena
Jemez Pueblo Gov. Joshua Madalena told Martinez in a Jan. 31 letter that the tribe "continues to pursue its interest in economic development through gaming."
The newspaper from nearby Jemez Springs, with a circulation of about 1,000, will no longer be sold within reservation boundaries because its failure to exercise restraint shows it's "out of touch with the community's perspective," Mr. Madalena wrote.