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ACLU pleased with progress at NM jail

Interim warden Mark Jasso makes regular visits throughout the jail to speak with each inmate on a one-on-one basis

By Matt Robinson
Deming Headlight

DEMING, N.M. — Luna County's Board of Commissioners heard an update from the Southwest Chapter of the New Mexico American Civil Liberties Union regarding the ongoing issues at the Luna County Detention Center during its most recent meeting.

The commission met Thursday, Sept. 9 for their monthly meeting. After considering a number of memorandums, resolutions and budget items, the commission opened the floor for public comment, during which Bill Hudson, a representative of the ACLU, spoke on his group's take on the issues at the detention center.

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