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Horsemen speech retaliation

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A federal judge in New Mexico dismissed all claims brought by a horse racing nonprofit except for its First Amendment retaliation claim against the state’s racing commission over Covid-19 restrictions and for allegedly failing to keep racetracks in good condition during the pandemic. The nonprofit says that because it sued, it was denied access to commission meetings.

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