Tuesday, April 19, 2011 at 5:36 pm (Updated: April 20, 12:15 am)
By Sue Major Holmes
The Associated Press
A new law will require New Mexico government agencies to provide public records electronically if the records exist in digital form.
The measure, which passed both the House and Senate unanimously, goes into effect July 1. Gov. Susana Martinez signed it into law earlier this month.
The bill’s sponsors said they and their constituents had problems in the past with some agencies or departments not wanting to send records in an email or download them to a CD.
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