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September 24, 2018
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New Mexico scores a "D" in study of state governments(Listen)
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New Mexico is among 18 states getting a grade of "D" in a national corruption-risk study released today.

The study graded all the states on 14 keys areas of state government. New Mexico got decent grades on questions about judicial accountability and internal auditing. But it got D's in a number of areas and F's for such questions as how much disclosure is required of lobbyists.

Only five states scored the highest grades, but they were all B's. Caitlyn Ginley organized the study for the nonpartisan Public Integrity Project and says they expected low scores, but not this low.

More on this coming up At Noon on KSFR.

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