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New Mexico Public Education Department Agrees to End Testing Gag Rule

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ACLU-NM lawsuit pushes PED to remove ban against “disparaging” standardized tests   SANTA FE, NM—In response to a free speech lawsuit filed in March by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of New Mexico, the New Mexico Public Education Department

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ACLU-NM Wins Appeal in Public Records Lawsuit against Former Secretary of State Dianna Duran

ALBUQUERQUE, NM—Yesterday, the New Mexico State Court of Appeals upheld a district court opinion in a case brought by the ACLU which found that former Secretary of State Dianna Duran had violated state IPRA law by withholding public information. In

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ACLU Files Free Speech Lawsuit Against New Mexico Public Education Department

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PED “anti-disparagement” regulation illegally restricts teachers’ free speech. ALBUQUERQUE, NM–Today, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of New Mexico filed a lawsuit against the New Mexico Public Education Department (PED) alleging that a regulation that prohibits public education employees from

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Watch Aid-In-Dying Supreme Court Case LIVE

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The Supreme Court of New Mexico will hear oral arguments in the case Morris v. New Mexico, which will determine the right for terminally ill, mentally competent patients to seek physician aid in dying. You can watch the arguments LIVE on

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New Mexico Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Aid in Dying Case

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Court expedites hearing, schedules oral arguments for October 26 SANTA FE, NM—Today, the New Mexico State Supreme Court announced that it granted certiorari in Morris v. New Mexico, the case seeking the right for terminally ill, mentally competent patients to

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