Fate of N.M. Spaceport Rests with Voters

But in poor southern New Mexico's ranching country, some say they have no intention of paying for some rich people's thrills. On Tuesday, residents of Dona Ana County voted on a proposed quarter-cent sales tax increase critical to the project.



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