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New Mexico Governor Revives 1970s Commission to Combat Organized Crime

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Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has partnered with prosecutors to revive a Seventies fee geared toward tackling organized crime in New Mexico, Dan Mckayreports for the Albuquerque Journal. The fee’s focus can be on combating human and drug trafficking and different felony actions related to worldwide drug cartels and avenue gangs. By offering suggestions to policymakers and enhancing coordination between legislation enforcement businesses, the fee hopes to suppress organized felony organizations and tackle the state’s excessive violent crime fee. Led by District Lawyer Sam Bregman, the bipartisan fee will take a management function within the state, serving to to coordinate assets and develop methods to fight organized crime.

Source / Picture: thecrimereport.org

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