New Mexico may discipline, fine workers who release records

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New Mexico may discipline, fine workers who release records

State employees could be fired or fined up to $5,000 for identifying people who receive public benefits or for releasing information about an individual’s immigration status, national origin, religion or sexual orientation, under a bill endorsed Monday by New Mexico’s Senate.

New Mexico may discipline, fine workers who release records

State employees could be fired or fined up to $5,000 for identifying people who receive public benefits or for releasing information about an individual’s immigration status, national origin, religion or sexual orientation, under a bill endorsed Monday by New Mexico’s Senate.
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