By Barry Massey and Susan Montoya Bryan
The Associated Press
SANTA FE — The Legislature crossed the finish line Thursday of a 30-day session that was filled with disputes between Democrats and Republican Gov. Susana Martinez.
The House and Senate adjourned at noon Thursday.
Lawmakers have completed work on what many consider their most important assignment — a state budget to finance public education and government services. That’s heading to the governor, who can cut spending in the $6.2 billion package using her line-item veto powers.
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