SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – The legislative session begins on Tuesday at noon and one lawmaker has a unique approach to unemployment. Democratic Senator, Bill Tallman, is pitching legislation that would appropriate $500,000 to Central New Mexico Community College.
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That money would be earmarked for short-term boot camp training programs for those who are unemployed or those who just want to make more money. The money would come from the general fund.