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New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez, center, hugs a family member of a victim of a drunken driving accident, during a press conference in Albuquerque on Tuesday, March 1, 2016. The Republican governor signed a bill Tuesday aimed at strengthening some drunken driving penalties. The bill makes it a second-degree felony to be convicted of eight or more DWIs, meaning tougher sentencing guidelines would be imposed. The measure also substantially increases penalties for convicted drunk drivers involved in fatal crashes. (AP Photo/Russell Contreras)

New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez, center, hugs a family member of a victim of a drunken driving accident, during a press conference in Albuquerque on Tuesday, March 1, 2016. The Republican governor signed a bill Tuesday aimed at strengthening some drunken driving penalties. The bill makes it a second-degree felony to be convicted of eight or more DWIs, meaning tougher sentencing guidelines would be imposed. The measure also substantially increases penalties for convicted drunk drivers involved in fatal crashes. (AP Photo/Russell Contreras)

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