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Schools Will Soon Have To Put In Writing If They 'Lunch Shame'

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New Mexico state Sen. Michael Padilla says he has heard of "lunch shaming" practices around the country, including students being given different food if they can't afford the regular hot lunch. Don Bartletti/LA Times via Getty Images hide caption

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Lawmaker's Childhood Experience Drives New Mexico's 'Lunch Shaming' Ban

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An archival view of Oak Ridge, Tenn. shows one of the three sites that has been included in the Manhattan Project National Historical Park. United States Department of Energy/Flickr hide caption

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Passions Flare Over Memory Of The Manhattan Project

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Santo Tomas Catholic Church in Abiquiu, N.M., is the site of an annual saint's day celebration in late November that includes cultural elements of the genizaros, the descendants of Native American slaves. John Burnett/NPR hide caption

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Descendants Of Native American Slaves In New Mexico Emerge From Obscurity

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Orange sediment laced with heavy metals is visible in the path of water coming out of the Natalie/Occidental Mine in southwestern Colorado. This mine is one of dozens on a proposed Superfund listing pending with the EPA. Several mines in the area have been leaching the tainted water for years — well before the Gold King Mine spill. Grace Hood/Colorado Public Radio hide caption

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One Year After A Toxic River Spill, No Clear Plan To Clean Up Western Mines

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Angela Dominguez works for the Income Support Division in Portales, N.M. She's a whistleblower who spoke out about the practice of changing food stamps applications. Marisa DeMarco/KUNM hide caption

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New Mexico Defrauds The Poor Out Of Food Stamps, Whistleblowers Say

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Protesters help a fellow demonstrator who was affected by the smoke and pepper spray reportedly used by police to disperse the crowd outside Tuesday's rally for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in Albuquerque, N.M. Russell Contreras/AP hide caption

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The New Mexico True campaign by the state's tourism department showcases activities and landmarks in New Mexico. New Mexico Tourism Department hide caption

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New Mexico's Truth: Stunning Vistas And Child Poverty?

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New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez, seen here speaking Monday, has apologized for her handling of complaints against her hotel room after a staff holiday party in Santa Fe. Russell Contreras/AP hide caption

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Residents who used to have to describe where their house was are now getting official home addresses. Carrie Jung/KJZZ hide caption

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Navigating Navajo Nation Soon To Be Easier For Amazon, Ambulances

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Nicholas Herrera sits in his studio, surrounded by his carvings. (Photos are courtesy of David Michael Kennedy, another El Rito artist, who was featured on NPR in 2011.) Courtesy of David Michael Kennedy hide caption

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Jesus In A Lowrider: El Rito's Santero Carves Saints In Modern Clothing

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Seven Decades Ago, A New, Enormous Kind Of Explosion

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