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  • New Mexico Case

    What is Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM) requesting in this application? A. PNM is proposing Rider 46 under First Revised Rate 22 to recover excess costs associated with the underground installation of a new distribution project within the City of Rio Rancho (“CRR”), NM, an approximately 6,580 ft. three-phase distribution line (“Project”) that will interconnect the existing Veranda Unit II transformer (“VII”) and the existing Black Ranch Feeder 14 (“BR14”). PNM Exhibit VHC-2 shows the location of this project. They are also requesting two variances, the first is a variance from 17.9.530 NMAC (minimum standard data requirements) based on the limited and specialized character of Rider 46 as well as this being a new, non-existing…

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  • Compare And Contrast Minnesota And New Mexico

    are Minnesota and New Mexico. Minnesota and New Mexico have very different landmarks, weather, and terrain but still share several things in common. Minnesota is located in the northern half of the country, which causes it to have humid summers and very cold winter weather. During the summer months weather is typically hot and humid with occasional tornadoes. Alternately, the winter weather is usually below zero temperatures with lots of snow. This…

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  • The Acequias In New Mexico

    The acequias have long contributed to a traditional communal irrigation system in many different parts of the world throughout history and continue to contribute in the southwest United States today. This system was uniquely engineered by early Spanish settlers to disseminate water from afar to households and farms using the hand-dug canals into the earth, which helped to sustain their livelihood and support their source of food. Today, there are still many people that rely on the these water…

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  • Voting In New Mexico

    It mostly matters on the swing states, in this case, New Mexico being one out of the three, for they have citizens with different viewpoints. Why did New Mexico law, not federal (government) law, decide how Bud should recast his vote? New Mexico’s law, not federal law, decides how Bud should recast his vote because the electoral votes are of New Mexico. It doesn’t deal with the decision of the rest of the forty nine states, since the citizens already had cast in their votes and the electoral…

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  • New Mexico Case Study

    555 P.2d 696 Supreme Court of New Mexico. Zelma M. MITCHELL, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. LOVINGTON GOOD SAMARITAN CENTER, INC., Defendant-Appellant. No. 10847.Oct. 27, 1976. Appeal was taken from an order of the District Court, Bernalillo County, Richard B. Traub, D.J., reversing a decision of the Unemployment Security Commission and awarding benefits to discharged employee. The Supreme Court, Sosa, J., held that employee’s insubordination, improper attire, name calling and other conduct…

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  • New Mexico Tougher Law

    Solution A: Berry calls for tougher law in New Mexico Recently, there has been a lot of crimes that have taken place in New Mexico, which led the government of New Mexico to take action on those violent crimes. There is a solution that is being discussed in New Mexico is to call for tougher laws, proposed by New Mexico Mayor Richard Berry and supported by the concerted and bipartisan effort. This bill will thoroughly change the three strikes law in New Mexico and make it stronger by removing…

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  • E-Cigarettes In New Mexico

    With the popularity of e-cigarettes, there has been an increase in nicotine poisoning in the state of New Mexico and across the United States over the past few years. An e-cigarette is a portable, battery operated devise that converts liquid nicotine and concentrated liquid flavors into a vapor that the user can inhale. The e-cigarette is being marketed as an alternative means to smoking an actual cigarette. Cigarettes have been known to use harmful chemicals to maintain freshness in the tobacco…

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  • Mcdonald's In New Mexico Case Study

    Case of Stella against McDonald's in New Mexico on August 18, 1994. The actual event happened in February 1992. This lady is 79 years old (at the time) was passing through the McDonald's drive through appearing in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and asked for a cup of coffee which was offered in Styrofoam cups. After receiving the trophy, grandson (who was driving card) going forward so you can put some sugar in my coffee, when I tried to open the lid, and spill hot coffee through her lap burn inner…

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  • The Apache Treaty

    Between the years of 1778 and 1871, the United States was entering many treaties with the Native American Indians living in the territories and states of the country, promising benefits, protection, and a better life. There was an estimated of more than five hundred treaties, most of which were never ratified. The Treaty of the Apache was one of them. This paper will provide information about the United States government offering rights, protection, and guarantees to Indians that were never…

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  • Santa Fe Trail Essay

    Service. Since Mexico was now independent from Spain the ban of trading and taxes were decreased and people in Santa Fe were eager for the arrival for William Becknell and his men (Myers). The Santa Fe Trail was originally made by native americans but Becknell made the trail known and improved upon it. Becknell took a series of trips on the Santa Fe Trail, each one slightly improving. The first trip he made, he and his men took only a string of horses and the pack supplies they were going to…

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