Ethics Commission asks for subpoena for first time

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The newly created New Mexico State Ethics Commission is using its full investigative powers for the first time.

The seven members are responsible for looking into complaints made against public employees, contractors, lobbyists and others. Recently, it asked for a subpoena. The commission did not reveal any more details on the case saying it will only do so if it finds probable cause.


In a previous version of this story, it said eight members are responsible for looking to complaints made against public employees. That is incorrect, it is seven-members who are responsible.

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