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In the news: unidentified respiratory virus, Bruce Levenson, God particle, viking ring fortress, coin in dry ice, endless noodles for seven weeks, founder of Chick-Fil-A died, Kate Middleton is pregnant, put pot on the ballot, The return of “Cops”, Grim Reaper, Aimee Mann
On Friday, Aug. 29, Mayor Richard J. Berry made history. In his YouTube communiqué debut, Berry became the first Albuquerque mayor to veto an election amendment. According to Berry's statement, R-14-91 contained proposals he couldn't "in good conscience" allow Albuquerque citizens to vote on. Translation: Berry claims his ethics prevented him from permitting us to weigh in at the polls on a) raising sales tax one-eighth of a cent—to fund social services for the addicted, homeless and mentally ill—and b) to reduce criminal penalties for the possession of less than one ounce of marijuana.
In the news: job growth in August wasn't very good, missing autistic boy was found unharmed, do-not-resuscitate order, Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal, Brooksville, Fla. vs. red light cameras, group of hikers who went missing, gruesome killing of Emily Lambert, topless photos in a high school yearbook, What's on your New Mexico bucket list?, free pot
In the news: nude celebrity photos, Joan Rivers, radioactive boar, Famous authors’ day jobs, Katy Perry as a teenager, Portuguese man-of-war is beautiful, iPhone 6 like a credit card, APD arrested a shooting suspect, suspect in Saturday’s fatal shooting, Edgar Rice Burroughs
Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry made history yesterday. In addition to debuting a YouTube communiqué strategy, Berry became the first mayor in Albuquerque's history to veto an election amendment. According to the announcement, Berry vetoed R-14-91 because he couldn't "in good conscience" allow citizens of Albuquerque the opportunity to vote on a) lessening criminal penalties for possession of marijuana in quantities of one ounce or less and b) raising the Albuquerque gross-receipts tax rate one-eighth of a cent to fund social services for addicted, mentally ill and homeless citizens.
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In the news: need to have more signatures on their petition than the city had originally told them, Which sounds super creepy, but apparently only involved "wrapping a ribbon in something and putting it in a baggie.", killing, then butchering the family dog, the Cake City this weekend, removed 232 teeth from the mouth of a 17-year old boy in India, have opened up in Siberia, is probably going to prevent puffins from having sex
In the news: World War I, MH17, tornado hit near Boston, lightning storm hit Venice Beach, Palin TV, Simpsons/Family Guy crossover, kissing-bug disease, UFO terrifies Toronto, Sexual harrassment at Comic-Con, mass extinction, $25 fines for marijuana, hot dog cart was stolen, What’s happening in Albuquerque, Go swimming, Steve Morse