New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson may call lawmakers back to Santa Fe in May for a special session on health care rather than wait until later in the year.

Richardson tried to get a universal health care plan through the Legislature at a 30-day special session that ended in mid-February. The House approved a weaker version than the one proposed by the governor, but it was not considered by the Senate.

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