NAACP files complaint with AG's office

From - by Crystal Gutierrez - ALBUQUERQUE - The NAACP is filing a complaint with the state Attorney General's Office, claiming the state government isn't listening to them.  The group says programs for youth enrichment and fitness receive very little funding.
     The move stems from recent actions during the 2013 legislative session. The president of the Albuquerque NAACP says all three branches of government are guilty in denying local African Americans the basic right to enjoy the benefits of funding.
     "We feel that the executive branch, the LFC, budge analysts and those involved in the process and distribution of funds should be held accountable for the distribution of public funds,” Dr. Harold Bailey the president of the NAACP said. Read more