New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez last week called the Legislature to a special session beginning Sept. 6 to resolve a capital improvement effort that stalled in this year's regular session, and deal with redistricting and other issues.

Martinez said she hopes lawmakers can pass the $240 million capital outlay package and find a solution for refilling the state's depleted unemployment insurance trust fund.

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