Teachers and other state employees will see their take-home pay shrink.
Students at New Mexico Highlands University will likely see their tuition jump by at least 3 percent.
And more than $14 million in infrastructure improvement projects at the New Mexico Behavioral Health Institute will have to wait a while longer.
Those are among the outcomes of the legislative session that wrapped up Saturday.
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