More Air Quality Monitoring at State Buildings and Child Enforcement Division Tells People to Pay Up

August 6, 2013 • John Calef News UpdatesDownload the podcast (right click and "save as.")
Cannot stream the podcast.

A division within the New Mexico's state government has expanded its monitoring of indoor air quality at state office buildings.  Also, the state's Child Enforcement Division is telling more than 700 people with bench warrants for not paying child support to pay up. Get all the details during this news brief from Hutton Broadcasting.