The Daily Word 7.02.07

Marisa Demarco
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There are more than 2 million people in New Mexico.

Managing Editor Kate Nelson writes on her move from the
Trib to Lt. Gov. Diane Denish’s office.

RIAA wants info on UNM students. Judge says no.

Retailers sue the New Mexico lottery, saying it’s pulling scratch games that still have cash prizes available.

10 federal agencies lied about their FOIA backlog. One request’s been in the pipe for 20 years.

Though the law says labels are supposed to tell you where your meat and produce come from, no one’s enforced it for five years. That might change.

Stress makes us fat. So there might be new ways to get skinny. Scientists and mice are working on it.

Bush and Putin unite on Iran.

Using Vista? Microsoft is watching you.
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