New Mexico governor signs ‘Wildlife Corridors Act’

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A bill finding ways to protect wildlife from drivers and vice versa has become law. 

The governor signed the “Wildlife Corridors Act.” It requires the Department of Transportation and the Department of Game and Fish to find out which existing highways pose a risk for wildlife and drivers. 

Supporters say more than 1,000 crashes each year are costing New Mexicans millions of dollars.

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