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Topic - Pat Davis
The former chairman of Albuquerque Metro Crime Stoppers has pleaded guilty to drunken driving.
New Mexico's leading lady, Gov. Susana Martinez, has come out in support of a bill to impose background checks for those who buy firearms at gun shows.
U.S. Rep. Hal Rogers has led the fight against drugs in the Appalachian region and is now calling for state lawmakers to require some over-the-counter cold medicines to be sold only to people with prescriptions.
"Candidate Susana Martinez would have loudly and proudly railed against a public official diverting law enforcement officers and equipment to help an elected official make a political fundraiser," ProgressNow Executive Director Pat Davis said in a statement. "It's time Gov. Martinez put actions to words and give taxpayers the refund we are due."
"We don't often agree with the governor on policies like these," said Pat Davis, executive director of Progress Now New Mexico, in the New Mexican report. "When progressives like us can agree with conservatives like her on gun law reform, New Mexico should sit up and take note."