New Mexico governor to sign school security measure
March 7, 2018
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Gov. Susana Martinez is throwing her support behind a measure that would set aside up to $10 million over four years for bolstering security at schools around New Mexico.
The governor's office announced Tuesday that Martinez would sign the legislation. She's facing a deadline Wednesday to act on bills passed during the recent 30-day session.
The money would go to projects such as perimeter fencing, intercom systems and restricting campus access.
The two-term Republican governor said in a statement that officials need to continue doing all they can to ensure students...
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