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Byline: Shea Andersen
The fourth floor
Feelings are still bruised in Roswell about Gov. Bill Richardson's veto of millions of dollars in capital outlay bucks last year. The vetoed bricks-and-mortar dollars were wrapped up in the requests of two fairly anti-Richardson lawmakers: Rep. Dan Foley and Sen. Rod Adair, both Roswell Republicans.
Richardson had always said the vetoes came because Adair and Foley neglected to follow the state's priorities and plans for spending the money. Foley claimed all along it was pure politics.
Jeanine Best thinks she knows better, and said she heard so from Richardson himself. Best, a Roswell native, was with a group of Roswellians who met with …