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New Mexico Statutes Chapter 76. Agriculture § 76-6A-8. Hearings

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Within sixty days after a petition has been filed with the director and upon payment of the cost estimate, the director shall cause notices to be given of the proposed hearings in areas of the state where the cotton boll weevil is of economic importance.  The notices of hearing shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the proposed cotton boll weevil control district, and shall be sent directly to the organic commodity commission [New Mexico department of agriculture], at least fourteen days prior to the date of the hearing.

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