The Associated Press
SANTA FE — Gov. Susana Martinez is raising constitutional arguments in defending against a lawsuit by The Associated Press. The news organization is seeking public records about her travel and work schedules as well as cell phone calls by the governor and her staff.
In documents filed Monday in state district court, the governor’s lawyer said a court injunction sought by the AP to enforce the public records law would violate the constitutional doctrine of separation of powers.
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