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We can all agree, crime seems to be everywhere, and seems to be getting worse. This week, the Albuquerque Police Department announced they would be directing officers to issue citations rather than make arrests on low-level crimes to comply with a settlement agreement on a class-action lawsuit. Many people are asking now, why would a city do this in a time where crime seems to be rising?
This lawsuit, McClendon v. City of Albuquerque, was filed on behalf of prisoners in the Bernalillo County Detention Center in 1995, and focuses on overcrowding and other issues in the county
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The Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board is holding a hear beginning at 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 7 at the Santa Fe Convention Center.
The hearing goal is to gather information on:
- Risk associated with current and future Plutonium Facility inventory levels;
- Actions taken by the NNSA and LANL to address opportunities identified by the Board to minimize material-at-risk,
- Actions to reduce facility risk for long-term operations; and
- Adequacy and status of safety systems to support current and long-term operations.
The hearing is open to the public.
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