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New Mexico Wildlife Federation accuses former game commissioner of pay-to-play

from The New Mexico Independent

A sportsmen's group is accusing Leo Sims, former New Mexico game commissioner, of abusing his position and connections to have 61 bighorn sheep relocated to state land near his family's ranch and then arranging for a special lease that would allow him to use them for a potentially lucrative hunting and wildlife viewing business. "This is pay-to-play pure and simple," New Mexico Wildlife Federation Executive Director Jeremy Vesbach said. "You've got a major political donor secretly reaping the benefits when public animals were moved to public lands using public resources." more


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