New Mexico Gov.-elect Susana Martinez has asked state agencies, boards, and commissions to give her proposals that would cut spending in the state's fiscal 2012 budget by 10% of 2011 expenditures.

Martinez, a Republican, said the elimination of low-priority efforts could help reduce a potential $450 million revenue shortfall next year.

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