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Scenes From Advocacy Day At New Mexico Legislature

on February 6, 2019 - 7:41am

Stephanie Nakhleh, left, and Amy Storey, second from left, of Los Alamos joined scores of volunteers Tuesday for Advocacy Day at the Roundhouse to fight for commonsense gun laws like HB8 and SB8, requiring background checks for all gun sales. They were joined by Santa Fe Mayor Alan Webber, Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller, Albuquerque Police Chief Mike Geier, and Albuquerque Deputy Chief of Police Harold Medina—all of whom support universal background checks, as do the majority of New Mexicans. State Rep Christine Chandler, center, and Los Alamos Sheriff Joseph Granville joined the group in support of these bills. Photo by Bud Branch of Taos (holding the selfie stick at right)

Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller speaks in support of universal background checks Tuesday at Advocacy Day at the Roundhouse in Santa Fe. Photo by Stephanie Nakhleh

From left, Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller, Albuquerque Police Chief Mike Geier and Albuquerque Deputy Chief of Police Harold Medina speak in support of universal background checks Tuesday at Advocacy Day at the Roundhouse in Santa Fe. Photo by Stephanie Nakhleh


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