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@TeddyNews1πŸŒŠβ›‘πŸ˜· πŸŽπŸ––πŸ“¬π—•π—œπ——π—˜π—‘/𝗛𝗔π—₯π—₯π—œπ—¦ 8 Aug 19
Why would they even need them?
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Charles 8 Aug 19
Replying to @BillMcCamley
You are the MAN!
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Jenni Higginbotham 8 Aug 19
Replying to @BillMcCamley
Scary and horrible! Glad you are working there.
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factotum. polymath. 8 Aug 19
Replying to @BillMcCamley
Yes it is. Good job, sir.
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davedog128 8 Aug 19
Replying to @BillMcCamley
Thank you for doing the right thing.
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Nick Layman 8 Aug 19
Replying to @BillMcCamley
You support employers who abuse the workers by paying low wages and doing things under the table? That is not a good way to build a stable economy in New Mexico.
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MatthewMonte 8 Aug 19
Does this mean; as an employer I can deny the state information they request from me?
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Non-Socially Distant COVID-19 Compliance Officer 8 Aug 19
Replying to @BillMcCamley
What about the 47,330 New Mexicans who are out of work and seeking employment?
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Mars Leones 8 Aug 19
Replying to @BillMcCamley
No it is not. It’s called the rule of law, not the law of choice.
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Peter Andrews  ⭐️⭐️⭐️ 8 Aug 19
Replying to @BillMcCamley
No it wasn’t I expect our elected officials act in the interest of its citizens, not in the people who have entered and stayed in New Mexico in violation of our laws We’re watching what you’re doing So is the rest of the country You’re failing for New Mexico
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Charles 8 Aug 19
Lol, no
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