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February 3, 1999


Legislative Summary

The Associated Press
Wednesday, Feb. 3
Introduced in the House
HB375: Enacts the Cardiac Arrest Response Act. Sandoval, Stewart, Abeyta, etc.
HB376: Clarifies the operations of certain magistrate districts. Pederson.
HB377: Court revisions to emphasize the child's health and safety. Pederson.
HB378: Requires municipalities, counties, and state Highway and Transportation Department to maintain and publicize up-to-date maps. Lutz, Madalena.
HB379 GF: Department of Public Safety. For community oriented policing and training programs. Lutz, Pederson, Stewart, etc.
HB380: Enacts new section of Pharmacy Act. Abeyta, Heaton.
HB381: Makes changes to Board of Pharmacy, Board of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, state Board of Public Accountancy, and Real Estate Commission. Lutz, Parsons, Roberts, etc.
HB382 GF: Department of Health, for 12-month dual-diagnosis psychiatric and addictive disorders program, San Miguel County. Abeyta, Vigil, Sandoval, etc.
HB383: Requires local school districts to develop policies and procedures to conduct background checks on school volunteers who have unsupervised access to students. Vaughn, Williams, etc.
HB384: Increases sentences for those convicted of hate crimes. Pederson, Knauer, Stewart, etc.
HB385: Exempts cockfighting from cruelty to animals laws. Pederson, Rios, Stewart, etc.
HB386 GF: Department of Finance and Administration Local Government Division, for emergency medical services in the village of Cochiti Lake, Sandoval County. Wallace.
HB387: Prohibits selling a third-party service contract to the owner of a motor vehicle. Luna.
HB388: Enacts Prescription Drug Fair Pricing Act. Luna.
HB389: Exempts retired armed forces veterans from vehicle registration fees on any vehicle. Luna, etc.
HB390: Requires state Environment Department to implement program for water supply and administrative penalties for its enforcement. Larranaga, Lutz, Miera.
HB391: Eliminates minimum cost on design-and-build project delivery systems. Larranaga, Hawkins, Williams, etc.
HB392 GF: Western New Mexico University Board of Regents, for nursing-OTA programs, Grant County. Hamilton, Herrera.
HB393: Permits local school board to offer extended instructional hours during regular school day, evenings or weekends. Miera, Picraux, Beam, etc.
HB394 GF: Public Regulation Commission, for investigation of telecommunications corporations. Taylor, Gubbels.
HB395: Establishes a state truancy officer in the Attorney General's Office. Taylor.
HB396: Creates the Open Access to Chiropractic Care Act. Taylor.
HB397: Requirements on licensed funeral service practitioners. Pearce, Blanton, etc.
HB398: Prohibits parole of anyone sentenced to life imprisonment for a capital felony or convicted of two separate violent sexual offenses. Mohorovic, Blanton, Williams, etc.
HB399: Revises various sections of the Motor Vehicle Code. Pederson.
HB400: Clarifies definition of "convicted" for Motor Vehicle Code. Pederson.
HB401: Amends the Securities Act. Burpo, Hobbs, Vaughn, etc.
HB402 GF: State Engineer, for the irrigation reservoir of the Tularosa community ditch, Otero County. Williams.
HB403: Increases fines for speeding vehicles weighing over 26,000 pounds. Godbey, King, Mallory, etc.
HB404: Establish unlawful practices under Unfair Practices Act. Gubbels, Larranaga, Stell, etc.
HB405: Authorize State Engineer to enforce compliance with water laws. Gubbels, Crook, Stell, etc.
HB406: Requires insurance companies to report terminated or canceled motor vehicle insurance policies. Stewart, Saavedra, Silva, etc.
HB407: Changes certain requirements of aggravating circumstances in capital felony cases. Martinez, Pederson.
HB408 GF: For Supreme Court building construction fund. Martinez, Coll, Varela, etc.
HB409: Deals with grand juror conflicts. Martinez, Pederson.
HB410: Requires state game commission to regulate or prohibit taking, killing or capturing of amphibians or reptiles unprotected by law. Begaye, Beam, Abeyta, etc.
HB411: Expands definition of a resident student to include a member of the armed forces of a foreign country. Crook, Mallory, Williams, etc.
HB412: Repeals the $2 per day leased vehicle surcharge. Crook, Silva, Gubbels, etc.
HB413 GF: New Mexico Office of Indian Affairs, for Navajo Nation emergency management services, McKinley County. Begaye, Hanosh, Martinez, etc.
HB414: Extends medical assistance programs in Human Services Department. Herrera, Abeyta, Irwin, etc.
HB415 GF: New Mexico State University Board of Regents, for economic survival program of Agricultural Science Center in Alcalde, Rio Arriba County. Salazar.
HB416: Creates Health Data and Exchange Standards Act. Salazar, J.P. Taylor, Abeyta.
HB417: Prohibits interest rates above 15 percent on certain loans. Watchman, Madalena, Hanosh, etc.
HB418: Restrictions on presumption that a client is incapable of giving consent for administration of psychotropic medication. Beam, Pederson, Abeyta, etc.
HB419: Revises amount and percentages of regulatory costs and revenue sharing to be paid to state by Indian nations, tribes or pueblos in Indian gaming compact. Madalena, etc.
HB420 GF: New Mexico Office of Indian Affairs, for services to improve college performance of students from Dulce, Rio Arriba County. Townsend.
HB421 GF: Department of Public Education, for school-district-owned teacher housing program in Santa Fe Public School District. Varela, Salazar, Coll, etc.
HB422 GF: University of New Mexico Board of Regents, for recreational, educational and cultural activities for at-risk youths and their families, Bernalillo County. Miera, Williams Stapleton, Abeyta, etc.
HB423: Rewrites the Massage Therapy Practice Act. Miera, Sandoval, etc.
HB424: Allows distribution of DWI grant money to existing education programs rather than limiting distribution to new programs. Sandel, Whitaker, T. Taylor, etc.
HB425: Deals with authority to enter into a guaranteed utility savings contract with a provider. Burpo, Wallace, Tripp, etc.
HB426: Requires Children, Youth and Families Department to conduct background checks on operators, staff and employees of child-care facilities. Marquardt, Vaughn, Lutz, etc.
HB427: Creates eight-member, joint interim legislative Land Grant Committee. Abeyta, etc.
HB428: Requires school boards to provide parents with early notification when children in grades one through eight are failing. Foley, Mohorovic, Roberts, etc.
HB429: Revokes current law on period of probation for magistrate or metropolitan courts. Stewart, Picraux, M.H. Garcia, etc.
HB430: Amends Delinquency Act. Dana, Mallory, Wallace, etc.
HB431: Amends Criminal Code to eliminate definitions for "great bodily harm" and "violent felony." Russell, Mallory, Dana, etc.
HB432: Requires legal notices be published at a minimum in English in newspapers purchased by single copy. Russell.
HB433: Gives Highway and Transportation Department authority when a "vehicle or other obstruction obstructs traffic or poses a traffic hazard." Thompson, Silva, J.G. Taylor, etc.
HB434 GF: University of New Mexico Board of Regents, for teacher recruitment and preparation program. King, Beam, Hobbs, etc.
HB435 GF: For a Department of Public Education professional development program for teachers. King, Picraux, Stewart, etc.
HB436: Creates a category of "stripper well property" for crude oil or natural gas producing property. Whitaker, Sandel.
HB437: Requires state Highway and Transportation Department to designate remaining portions of former U.S. Route 66 as New Mexico Route 66. Beam, Stewart, Hawkins, etc.
HB438: Directs courts to work with Public Defender Department, Administrative Office of the District Attorneys, Office of the Attorney General on matters relating to new criminal court judgeships. Beam, Stewart, Williams, etc.
HB439: Requires dispositional hearings every six months for juvenile delinquents. Burpo, Hobbs, Wallace, etc.
HB440: Amends concealed-weapons law to permit active and retired state and federal judges to carry loaded firearms after completing a firearms course. Williams, Blanton, Roberts, etc.
HB441 GF: New Mexico State University Board of Regents, for Office of State Climatologist, Doña Ana County. Wright, Rios, Garcia, etc.
HB442: Amends liquor law to allow for sale of alcoholic beverages in state museums. Wright, Garcia, Mary, Rios, etc.
HB443: Creates Magistrate Court Mediation Fund. Beam, Stewart, Williams, etc.
HB444: Requires class B counties to have at least two satellite polling places during absentee-early voting. M.H. Garcia, Coll, Lujan, etc.
HB445: Revised fee schedule for attorneys who are not employees of Public Defender Department and who serve as counsel for indigent persons under Public Defender Act. Beam, Stewart, Rios, etc.
HB446: Forbids board members or employees of a state educational institution from having financial interests in building, supply or service contracts to the institution. Beam, Irwin, Hamilton, etc.
HB447: Allows ballots of absentee voters to be counted in an election if the voter dies after delivering the ballot to the County Clerk but before clerk delivers ballot to deceased person's precinct board. Pederson, Picraux.
HB448: Allows public schools and institutions of higher education to contribute to employee group life, medical or disability insurance. Beam, Stewart, M.H. Garcia, etc.
HJR10: Requires ratification and approval for the sale of real property in excess of $100,000. Sandel.
HCOR292: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for emergency medical services in Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, Bernalillo County. Sanchez.
HCOR293: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for water, sewer and road departments in Cloudcroft, Otero County. Marquardt.
HCOR293: Appropriation to Highway and Transportation Department for streets and drainage in Cloudcroft, Otero County. Marquardt.
HCOR293: Appropriation to Environment Department for water and sewer systems in Cloudcroft, Otero County. Marquardt.
HCOR294: Appropriation to Department of Public Education for Cloudcroft Municipal Schools, Otero County. Marquardt.
HCOR295: Appropriation to Environment Department, for water system in Alamogordo, Otero County. Marquardt.
HCOR296: Appropriation to Environment Department, for Jal Water Transmission and Distribution System, Lea County. Whitaker.
HCOR297: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for Mimbres Valley emergency medical services ambulance building. Hamilton.
HCOR298: Appropriation to Environment Department for water well for community of San Isidro, San Miguel County. Salazar.
HCOR299: Appropriation to state Highway and Transportation Department for Santa Barbara Road in Peñasco, Taos County. Salazar.
HCOR300: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for fire station in Truchas, Rio Arriba County. Salazar.
HCOR301: Appropriation to state Highway and Transportation Department for county roads 89 and 94 near Chimay¢, Rio Arriba County. Salazar.
HCOR302: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for youth center in Chimay¢, Rio Arriba County. Salazar.
HCOR303: Appropriation to Department of Public Education for high-pressure gas line for public schools in the Hatch School District, Doña Ana County. Blanton.
HCOR304: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for ambulance bay, living quarters and office in Hatch, Doña Ana County. Blanton.
HCOR305: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for police department complex in Hatch, Doña Ana County. Blanton.
HCOR306: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for the Public Safety Police Division in Grants, Cibola County. Martinez, Hanosh.
HCOR307: Appropriation to Environment Department for electrical power line extension for Torreon, Sandoval County. Martinez.
HCOR307: Appropriation to New Mexico Office of Indian Affairs for Rincon Marquis and Torreon South Community Water Delivery System, Sandoval and McKinley Counties. Martinez.
HCOR308: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for Thoreau Recreation Center, McKinley County. Martinez.
HCOR309: Appropriation to state Highway and Transportation Department for County Road 61, McKinley County. Martinez.
HCOR310: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for regional juvenile detention facility, Otero County. Urioste.
HCOR311: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for public health clinics in Curry, Roosevelt and Chaves Counties. Urioste.
HCOR312: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for multipurpose arena for Curry County Fairgrounds. Urioste.
HCOR313: Appropriation to state Highway and Transportation Department for County Road M from Brady Street south, Curry County. Urioste.
HCOR314: Appropriation to Office of State Engineer for waste water retention lagoon in Clovis, Curry County. Urioste.
HCOR315: Appropriation to Office of State Engineer for library facility at Clovis Community College, Curry County. Urioste.
HCOR316: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for court youth center in Las Cruces, Doña Ana County. Rios.
HCOR317: Appropriation to Office of State Engineer for Ponderosa Ditch Commission, Sandoval County. Wallace.
HCOR318: Appropriation to New Mexico Office of Indian Affairs for fiber optic cable in Dulce, Rio Arriba County. Townsend.
HCOR319: Appropriation to New Mexico Office of Indian Affairs for Head Start program in Dulce, Rio Arriba County. Townsend.
HCOR320: Appropriation to state Highway and Transportation Department for Mesilla lateral at Miles Road, Doña Ana County. Blanton.
HCOR321: Appropriation to Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents for information systems in Portales, Roosevelt County. Crook, Urioste.
HCOR322: Appropriation to Environment Department for Clovis waste water treatment plant, Curry County. Crook.
HCOR323: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for Columbus Park in Albuquerque. Sanchez, Sandoval.
HCOR324: Appropriation to San Juan College Governing Board for west facility, San Juan County. Begaye, Townsend.
HCOR325: Appropriation to Department of Public Education for public schools, Rio Arriba County. Salazar, Lujan.
HCOR326: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for Library and Colonization Center in Española, Rio Arriba County. Salazar.
HCOR326: Appropriation to state Agency on Aging for Española Senior Center, Rio Arriba County. Salazar.
HCOR326: Appropriation to Environment Department for water well and storage tank and equipment in Española, Rio Arriba County. Salazar.
HCOR327: Appropriation to Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents for site in Roswell, Chaves County. Parsons.
HCOR327: Appropriation to New Mexico Military Institute Board of Regents for systems in Roswell, Chaves County. Parsons.
HCOR328: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe. Varela, Knauer.
HCOR329: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for Boys and Girls Club in Santa Fe. Varela, Knauer, Coll.
HCOR330: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for Moongate Park, Doña Ana County. Wright, Taylor, Rios.
HCOR331: Appropriation to state Highway and Transportation Department for signal lights at school crossings in Anthony, Doña Ana County. Wright, Rios, Garcia, etc.
HCOR332: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for Anthony Park, Doña Ana County. Wright, Garcia, Rios.
HCOR333: Appropriation to state Agency on Aging for senior day care center at Cochiti Pueblo, Sandoval County. Madalena, Begaye, Salazar, etc.
HCOR334: Appropriation to New Mexico Office of Indian Affairs for tribal office building at Cochiti Pueblo, Sandoval County. Madalena, Begaye, Salazar, etc.
HCOR335: Appropriation to New Mexico Office of Indian Affairs for gymnasium at Cochiti Pueblo, Sandoval County. Madalena, Begaye, Salazar, etc.
HCOR336: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for soccer complex at Santa Ana Pueblo, Sandoval County. Madalena, Salazar, Watchman.
HCOR337: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for public health facility in Sandoval County. Madalena, Salazar, Watchman.
HCOR338: Appropriation to state Highway and Transportation Department for Gavilan Canyon Road, Lincoln County. Williams.
HCOR339: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for structures in Tularosa, Otero County. Williams.
Passed in the House
HB073: (64-0) Credit card law.
HB100: (64-0) Balloon museum.
Introduced in the Senate
SB084S (substitute): Provides for ground water recharge, storage and recovery.
SB361: Amends Developmental Disability Act. Altamirano.
SB362: Would divert one-twelfth of motor vehicle excise tax revenues into the state Road Fund. Adair, Ingle, Jennings.
SB363: GF: For enacting Legislative General Accounting Act. Stockard, Aragon, Ingle, etc.
SB364 GF: Department of Public Education, for learning program in Las Vegas and nearby communities, San Miguel County. Campos.
SB365: Department of Health, for Hondo Valley Community Clinic, San Miguel County. Campos.
SB366: DFA Local Government Division for maps of vulnerable aquifers in San Miguel County, San Miguel County. Campos.
SB367 GF: Department of Health for county maternal and child health councils. Campos.
SB368 GF: Department of Health for youth suicide prevention program through County Maternal and Child Health Planning Council. Campos.
SB369 GF: Department of Public Education for summer academies designed to provide participants with work-related experiences for use in classroom instruction. Campos.
SB370 GF: DFA Local Government Division for program using adult volunteers as mentors, Chaves County. Jennings.
SB371: Prohibits the Public Regulation Commission from authorizing sale of local exchange facilities. Jennings, Ingle.
SB372 GF: Public Regulation Commission, for investigation and rate case of U S West's operations and rates. Jennings.
SB373: Eliminates long-distance charges for in-state calls. Jennings, Stockard.
SB374: Revises Public Regulation Commission regulation of telecommunication industry. Sanchez, Altamirano, Fidel, Romero.
SB375 GF: Office of Cultural Affairs for literacy services in areas underserved by existing programs. Kidd, Nava.
SB376: Changes name of New Mexico Hispanic Cultural Center to National Hispanic Cultural Center. Aragon.
SB377: Repeals premium tax litigation surcharge currently available to the Public Regulation Commission. Aragon.
SB378 GF: Outlines Public Defender's Department funding. Sanchez, Altamirano, Kysar, etc.
SB379 GF: DFA Local Government Division for increasing funding for regional planning districts. Howes, Fidel, Kysar.
SCOR379: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for a municipal building for Spaceport City. Rawson.
SCOR380: Appropriation to Department of Public Education for Valencia Elementary School in Los Lunas. Sanchez.
SCOR381: Appropriation to Department of Public Education for Los Lunas High School building, Valencia County. Sanchez.
SCOR382: Appropriation to Department of Public Education for alternative education facility for Belen Schools, Valencia County. Sanchez.
SCOR383: Appropriation to state Highway and Transportation Department for intersection signals between Gerry and Martin Luther King Jr. boulevards, Curry County. McKibben.
SCOR383: Appropriation to Department of Environment for waste-water system improvements in Clovis, Curry County. McKibben.
SCOR384: Appropriation to Legislative Council Service for work on old state library building and state Capitol in Santa Fe. Fidel.
SCOR385: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for Cibola Senior Center, Cibola County. Fidel.
SCOR386: Appropriation to state Office of Indian Affairs for library at Acoma Pueblo, Cibola County. Fidel.
SCOR387: Appropriation to Office of Indian Affairs for adult detention facility at Acoma Pueblo, Cibola County. Fidel.
SCOR388: Appropriation to Office of Indian Affairs for water system for Laguna Pueblo, Cibola County. Fidel.
SCOR389: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for cultural and performing arts facility in Grants, Cibola County. Fidel.
SCOR390: Appropriation to state Armory Board for renovation and rehabilitation projects. Fidel.
SCOR391: Appropriation to Department of Environment for water well, water lines and water storage tank in Española, Rio Arriba County. Rodarte.
SCOR392: Appropriation to Department of Public Education for Abiquiu Elementary School, Rio Arriba County. Rodarte.
SCOR393: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for Chimayo Youth Center, Rio Arriba County. Rodarte.
SCOR394: Appropriation to Department of Public Education for Española Elementary School, Rio Arriba County. Rodarte.
SCOR395: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for Velarde Apple Festival, Rio Arriba County. Rodarte.
SCOR396: Appropriation to Department of Public Education for a portable building at Chimayo Elementary School, Rio Arriba County. Rodarte.
SCOR397: Appropriation to Department of Public Education. Rodarte.
SCOR398: Appropriation to state Highway and Transportation Department for projects in Quay, Curry and Colfax counties. Lyons.
SCOR399: Appropriation to state Highway and Transportation Department for project in Tucumcari, Quay County. Lyons, Campos.
SCOR400: Appropriation to state Agency on Aging, for projects in Union, Quay, Colfax and Harding counties. Lyons.
SCOR401: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for public safety building in Tucumcari, Quay County. Lyons, Campos.
SCOR402: Appropriation to Office of State Engineer for Antelope Valley Irrigation District near Springer, Colfax County. Lyons.
SCOR402: Appropriation to Department of Public Education for projects in Colfax, Curry, Harding, Quay, San Miguel and Union counties. Lyons.
SCOR403: Appropriation to Department of Environment for solid waste facility in Tucumcari, Quay County. Lyons, Campos.
SCOR404: Appropriation to Department of Environment for well in Tucumcari, Quay County. Lyons, Campos.
SCOR405: Appropriation to Department of Environment water and sewer lines on First Street in Tucumcari, Quay County. Lyons, Campos.
SCOR406: Appropriation to state Highway and Transportation Department. Howes, Pinto.
SCOR407: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for McKinley County Courthouse. Howes, Pinto.
SCOR408: Appropriation to Department of Environment for projects in Quay, Colfax and Curry counties. Lyons.
SCOR409: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for Gallup Alcohol Crisis Center, McKinley County. Howes, Pinto.
SCOR410: Appropriation to Office of Indian Affairs for Manuelito multipurpose building, McKinley County. Howes, Pinto.
SCOR411: Appropriation to Department of Health for equipment at acute-care facility in Miners' Colfax Medical Center in Raton, Colfax County. Lyons.
SCOR412: Appropriation to state Highway and Transportation Department for South Meadows Road, Santa Fe County. Rodriguez.
SCOR413: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for projects in Colfax and Union counties. Lyons.
SCOR413: Appropriation to Mesa Technical College Board for dinosaur museum at Mesa Technical College in Tucumcari, Quay County. Lyons.
SCOR414: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for housing complex for low-income homeless pregnant teen-agers and teen mothers, Santa Fe County. Rodriguez.
SCOR415: Appropriation to state Highway and Transportation Department for Santa Fe County Road 54. Rodriguez.
SCOR416: Appropriation to state Highway and Transportation Department. Rodriguez.
SCOR417: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for Agua Fria Medical Center, Santa Fe County. Rodriguez.
SCOR418: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for Agua Fria Community Center, Santa Fe County. Rodriguez.
SCOR419: Appropriation to state Highway and Transportation Department for Red Rock Road in Gallup, McKinley County. Howes, Pinto.
SCOR420: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division for Agua Fria Park, Santa Fe County. Rodriguez.
SCOR421: Appropriation to state Highway and Transportation Department for Manuelito Chapter and community roads, McKinley County. Howes, Pinto.
SCOR422: Appropriation to Office of Indian Affairs for indigent families in Manuelito area, McKinley County. Howes, Pinto.
SCOR423: Appropriation to DFA Local Government Division. Howes, Pinto.
Passed in the Senate
SB227 (29-0) Increase in court civil action ceiling.



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