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Paul and Dowd begin with a discussion of Paul’s experiences and meetings at the State Policy Network annual meeting. Paul meets some prominent figures in the liberty movement and recounts the success of a prominent NMSU Aggie in the liberty movement. Susana Martinez has been named the Cato Institute’s most fiscally-conservative governor. There’s more to the story and Dowd addresses that. Right to Work won (again) in September and it has been introduced in Farmington and Ruidoso as well. Netflix is coming to New Mexico. Is this good, bad, or indifferent? What are some potential issues with the company and might there be strings attached? Finally, Dowd brings us the latest edition of Bureaucrats Behaving Badly.