Governor Susana Martinez comes out in support of letting individual communities decide whether they want to enact a curfew. The Current-Argus reports the governor plans to put the curfew question on her call for the 30-day legislative session that begins in January. She says curfews can be an important tool to keeps teen on the right track. Albuquerque had a curfew in the nineties that prohibited anyone under 17 from being out after 11 p.m. on weeknights and midnight on weekends. It was struck down in court after the ACLU challenged it.