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    Land exchange creates open space on Albuquerque’s west side
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    Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico (AP)

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    by Skabewis
    Madison, Wisconsin (AP)

    The state Department of Natural Resources wants public input on a complex land deal in Jackson County that would give the Ho-Chunk Nation more space for housing.

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