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By GRACE MILLER
Daily Press Staff Writer
A rising number of interstate highway deaths on Southeast New Mexico roads have increased safety concerns and prompted the formation of the Southeast New Mexico Roadway Safety Integration Project.
The project is made up of individuals, employees, various state and local law enforcement agencies, and big oil corporations, whose employees make up much of the traffic on these roads on a daily basis. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.