New Mexico Passes Bill Backing Tracks

New Mexico passes bills aimed at cracking down on medication violators.

February 21, 2014

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New legislation is set to backup New Mexico tracks.

The New Mexico legislature has unanimously passed a bill which will allow New Mexico racetrack owners to eject anyone whose license has been suspended or revoked for drugging horses from the grounds of their facilities.

The state has been working diligently to clean up the sport and protect both horses and jockeys.

Read the full story at the New Mexico Watchdog.

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Under the bill, race track owners can eject anyone whose license has been suspended or revoked for drugging horses from the grounds of their facilities. - See more at: http://newmexico.watchdog.org/20577/new-mexico-passes-bill-to-crack-down-on-horse-racing-cheaters/#sthash.nkyHrcD6.dpuf