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Kevin Robinson-Avila | AlbuquerqueJournal | May 25, 2019

New Mexico is raking in record revenue hand over fist from activities on state-owned lands.

The State Land Office collected $852 million from leases, royalties and other payments in fiscal year 2018, a 28% increase from FY 2017 and the highest amount ever recorded, according to a new report from the economic advocacy group New Mexicans for Economic Prosperity.

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