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Las Cruces, NM This morning, Attorney General Hector Balderas, District Attorney Mark DAntonio, Sheriff Enrique Kiki Vigil and Mayor Ken Miyagishima announced that the Attorney Generals Project OPEN: Opioid Prevention & Education Network will host an Opioid Abuse Training in Las Cruces on Friday, October 27, 2017.Santa Fe, NM This morning, Attorney General Hector Balderas issued a Scam Alert to warn unsuspecting New Mexicans to beware sharing private personal or financial information over Facebook because a variety of scams are victimizing New Mexicans.The Presbyterian lawsuit is the first action brought by the Attorney General as part of his independent civil and criminal review, which is ongoing, and this lawsuit is limited to Presbyterians alleged false claims for reductions related to the Medicaid program.Santa Fe, NM - Today, Attorney General Hector Balderas, part of a coalition of sixteen Attorneys General, filed an amicus brief in the Hawaii travel ban litigation, supporting Hawaiis pending motion for injunctive relief in federal district court.As with all scams, prevention is the key to protecting your finances and personal information.Albuquerque, NM This morning, Attorney General Hector Balderas, with a bipartisan coalition of 39 Attorneys General and the National Association of Attorneys General, called on Congress to pass legislation that changes federal law to make treatment for drug addiction more affordable and accessible for Americans who most need it.
Santa Fe, NM - The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) is inviting public comment on its proposed default rule on administrative rulemaking.
The callers claim to be with Nationstar and ask for money to be sent to an attorney in Florida promising a loan modification on the victims mortgage.
The calls come from Ymax or Magic Jack phone numbers and can appear to come from any area code.
The officials are urging Doa Ana County residents to take advantage of this free, confidential service that helps keep dangerous drugs like opioids out of the hands of our children, and keeps our water supply and environment safe from improper disposals.
Residents are encouraged to drop off expired, unused or unwanted prescription drugs in pill or patch form during the event.