A film about the history of Native Americans in the US ArmyALBUQUERQUE, NM (AP) – A new PBS film, "The Warrior Tradition," seeks to examine the history of Native Americans in the US. US Army since the First World War. Through interviews with veterans, the documentary shows how Native American veterans transformed the lives of tribal members and used their services to expand civil rights. The film illustrates the mixed feelings of some Native Americans about the US military and how tribal members welcomed those who served as "warriors". Director Larry Hott says the Native American veterans of the film believe that military service is part of their family's story and is not just a way out of poverty. The one-hour documentary co-produced by WNED-TV Buffalo Toronto and Florentine Films / Hott Productions, Inc., is scheduled to air on Monday at most PBS stations.
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DACAPHOENIX (AP) – The US Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear arguments about President Donald Trump's attempt to end the program, and the stakes are particularly high for the older generation of Deferred Action registrants. The program, which dates back to the Obama administration, allows immigrants brought here as children to work and protects them from deportation. About 18% of the 669,000 people enrolled in DACA are at least 31 years old. On September 15, 2017, the Trump administration announced the end of the program, which triggered a series of legal challenges that will culminate in the Supreme Court. A decision is expected in the spring.DACA remains in force, but only for people who were already registered when Trump finished it.
New Mexico prisoner charged with bringing methamphetamine into work Sante FE, NM – New Mexico MPs arrested Santa Fe County Prison Service Officer after confessing bringing methamphetamine to work.Cohen Mangin was arrested and charged with smuggling in prison and possession of a controlled substance. He was released on Friday. Authorities said another policeman had found a plastic bag filled with methamphetamine near the main entrance on Thursday. The investigators told the surveillance video that Mangin was dropping him while he was coming out of a car. The investigators said that he had used it for an interview. The court records online do not mention any defense lawyer for Mangin who could comment on the allegations. A county spokesman said that an investigation was underway. He is scheduled to appear in court in December.
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Public Transit Project Begins in New MexicoALBUQUERQUE, NM (AP) – New Mexico City officials have announced that a new public transit project is expected to begin in Albuquerque this month. City officials have announced that Albuquerque's rapid transit project includes dedicated bus lanes for stops that would transport runners along the central avenue every 10 minutes. Officials say the project ART should be launched on November 30 with free walks until December 31 Law enforcement says it is expected to issue warnings from November 30 to educate the population about the practices of safe driving around buses before fines of $ 80 are imposed in January. Officials say $ 133 million project includes 20 new buses existing lines Ra pid Ride.
The federal government's proposal to prevent the shameful meal was advanced through a US Senate vote. Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine and Democrat Senator Tom Udall of New Mexico added an amendment to a funding bill which would prohibit schools from choosing children because their parents or guardians have not paid meal bills to the school. The proposal would also encourage schools to find new ways to protect children from this embarrassment. Collins said the funding bill was recently passed by the Senate at a wide margin. Some states, including Maine and New -Mexico, have laws designed to protect children from the shame of lunch. The shame is sometimes to force children to wear tampons by hand or to perform additional tasks because of their debts for lunch.
Judge Ortiz Retires from 1st Judicial CourtSANTA FE, NM (AP) – A judge of the state court serving the counties of Santa Fe, Los Alamos and Rio Arriba plans to retire January 1, creating an opening for Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham Lujan Grisham will choose his member for the position of first judicial court among those recommended by a nominating committee. The opening will be created by the retirement of Judge Raymond Ortiz, a native of Santa Fe named in 2005 Gov. Bill Richardson. A judge appointed to serve the term of a retired district judge must be a candidate in the election to remain on the seat and as a voter to keep it every six years.
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New Mexico Police Complies with Surveillance Policies (Information By: Albuquerque Journal, http://www.abqjournal.com) ALBUQUERQUE, NM (AP) – The Albuquerque Police Service has implemented all policies approved by the courts to ensure the maintenance of constitutional order and to prevent the maintenance of order. The Albuquerque Journal newspaper reported Thursday that independent auditor James Ginger had confirmed that the department had achieved 100% compliance with the policies outlined in an agreement with the Department of Justice. The report covers the months of February 2019 to July 2019 Officials say it's Ginger said the Justice Department had announced in 2014 that its investigation had revealed that Albuquerque police had had the habit of resorting to excessive force against its citizens. The police had made great strides in reform, including the training of officers on policies, the rewriting of their policy, and recreating a committee to review internal investigations.
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GOP, daughter of a key democrat, is running for Senate SenateSANTA FE, NM (AP) – The daughter of the Democratic Speaker of the New Mexico Senate is running for a seat in the Senate of Canada Republican, and her mother does not support her.The Santa Fe Susan Vescovo, former race commissioner, said this week that she was counting on defying Democratic Senator Liz Stefanics of Cerrillos, mainly because of the right to vote. ;abortion. Senate Speaker Pro Tem and long-time Democrat Mary Kay Papen said she loved her daughter "darling" but not. Republican Alto, in New Mexico, claims to want to be competitive in very democratic areas such as Santa Fe, as the county's Catholics will likely agree with her anti-abortion views. The district covers a portion of Lincoln, County Counties. Torrance, Valencia, Bernalillo, Santa Fe and San Miguel.