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‘Right-to-work’ supporters eye other counties; Political groups, think tank confirm efforts in area

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“I am actively working with every county in the state of New Mexico, and cities,” says Burly Cain, state director of Americans for Progress, a political group pushing for what are known as “right-to-work” ordinances. He is shown at the May 21 meeting of the Chaves County Board of Commissioners, which unanimously approved such a measure. (Lisa Dunlap Photo)

Efforts to pass so-called right-to-work legislation in this region are by no means over now that Chaves County commissioners voted for an ordinance.