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Roswell Daily Record (Newspaper) - February 12, 2006, Roswell, New Mexico GENERALB7 PILOT LANDS WITH RECORD SUNDAY B1 TEXAN SKATES TO GOLD MEDAL VOICE OF THE PECOS VALLEY VISTAS D 1 SENIOR CIRCLE 20 atlp meco OSUJCll Endangered fish get help from the Dexter National Dally Record Andrew Poertner Top Personnel at the Dexter National Fish Hatch ery and Technology Center tag Rio Grande silvery minnows in Dexter in this 12 Above A Rio Grande silvery minnow is ERIN TAYLOR RECORD STAFF WRITER Dave a fish cries biologist at the Dex ter National Fish and Fish Technology Cen works to put himself out of a Our goal is to put our selves out of business by creating a selfsustaining fish he The Dexter Fish Hatch located one mile east of Is one of seven hatcheries in the United Stales that work to increase the population of endangered and threat ened fish Our entire program revolves around recovery and restoration of endan gered center director Manuel Ulibarri The hatchery works with 17 freshwater fish species with names like the bony tail chub and the razor back The fish are brought pri marily from around the Dally Record Erin Taylor Right Razorback suckers swim in one of the hatcherys hold ing tanks on Above Fish are held in one of the raceways outside of hatch ery Governor scolds Senate responds Richardson threatens to call special session over priorities SANTA FE AP Bill Richardson Ignit ed a firestorm in the Legislature on Saturday by warning that a special session may be and he criticized the Senate for a slow pace in dealing with the administrations leg islative My prediction is that we will have a special session to deal with the with my year of the child initiatives and other critical legisla Why do 1 say that Because some senators seem more preoccupied with pork than paying for childrens health education or safety Richardson said at a news The governor said lawmakers are more inter ested in dividing up capital Improvement money for projects in their home districts spending derisively called pork rather than pushing through the administrations priorities know we shouldnt call him but the flabby king has spoken once Lets remind him that we have all the guns in this We have 42 John Grubesic DSanta Fe See Page A2 Ezzell bill on water transfers OKd CHRISTOPHER CUNNINGHAM RECORD STAFF WRITER A bill that would protect water rights and designed to protect property values In a con servancy district passed through the New Mexico House of Representatives on Friday by unanimous Sponsored by Candy Spencc with the support of the Pecos Valley Artesian Conservancy the bill requires that if water rights are transferred out of a conservancy the value of those rights remains in the Ezzell Medical marijuana bill likely dead SANTA FE AP A House panel has shelved a Sen atepassed bill that would have allowed patients suffer ing from Illnesses like cancer or AIDS to use marijuana prescribed by a doctor to alleviate their With the end of the legislative session set for Thurs the move likely kills the bill for this The Agriculture and Water Resources Committee tabled the measure on a 43 vote Why are you trying to kill us Essie of Albuquerque shouted at committee members as the vote sank In after an emotional hearing on the propos DeBonet said she has suffered from AIDS for 18 years and needs marijuana to control the pain without giving her nausea that prevents her from Reena Szczepanski of the Drug Policy Alliance Net LEGISLATURE INSIDE House sends nursing home bed tax repeal to Senate A2 Senate committee will consider competing minimum wage bills B8 Senate defeats bill that would open up legislative confer ence committees B8 which lobbied for the said supporters will try to regroup and get the committee to reconsider the measure before the session The bill would have created a program in the Health Department where doctors could have referred patients with debilitating medical Patients who were certified under the program would be able to possess marijuana without risk of prosecution by state authori but they could not grow AP Photo Essie DeBonet reacts after hearing that a bill that would allow mari juana use for cer tain medical reasons was tabled in committee ut the state Capitol on who has sup ported the For mer New Mexico Jerry Apoda back also supported the INSIDE I lAyf HOWES Dow JONES NASDAQ HIGH EATHER
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