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January 29, 2003




Legislative Summary


   
   
    Jan. 29, 2003

    Introduced in the House:

HB321: Funding energy education and oil/gas research.
    HB322: Small cities assistance act.
    HB323: GF: Military base planning office.
    HB324: Exempting certain business personal property.
    HB325: Equal pay task force.
    HB326: GF: Child visitation at women's correctional facility.
    HB327: Mandatory time for second and third DWI convictions.
    HB328: Parental notification act for abortions.
    HB329: GF: Chimayo chile preservation.
    HB330: GF: Rio Arriba snowmobile search and rescue.
    HB331: GF: Library operations in House District 41.
    HB332: GF: Rio Arriba state inmate funds.
    HB333: Felony DWI applies in habitual sentencing.
    HB334: Municipal courts fees use expanded.
    HB335: DWI probation period increased.
    HB336: Municipal court warrant enforcement fund.
    HB337: Muncipal fines and jail terms increased.
    HB338: Government contract management, accountability.
    HB339: Nontaxable transaction certificates.
    HB340: Student achievement teacher training.
    HB341: Increased penalties for domestic violence.
    HB342: Defendant chooses mode of execution.
    HB343: Mora Valley ambulance service.
    HB344: Parental notification act for abortion.
    HB345: Child custody court proceeding.
    HB346: Motor vehicle code changes.
    HB347: Definition change for commerical vehicles.
    HB348: Retired member return to work.
    HB349: Braille access act.
    HB350: San Miguel County may impose liquor tax.
    HB351: Slow driver fine increase.
    HB352: Excess traffic fines given to city.
    HB353: Public employee sustitute compensation.
    HB354: GF: Health and prevention education program.
    HB355: GF: Mesilla Valley Bosque State Park.
    HB356: Child daycare gross receipts deduction.
    HB357: UNM: Corrine Wolf Children's Law Center.
    HB358: UNM: History video for schools and libraries.
    HB359: Tax credit for certain long term care insurance.
    HB360: GF: Livestock board inspection fees.
    HB361: Deduction for certain receipts of doctors.
    HB362: Handgun safety standard act.
    HB363: Homestead bankruptcy exception act.
    HB364: Gaming tax distribution to Sunland Park.
    HB365: School employees sick leave.
    HB366: Income tax credit for certain teachers.
    HB367: Teachers student loan repayment.
    HB368: Flood control election waiting period.
    HB369: Main-in flood control bond ballots.
    HB370: UNM: Early childhood dental caries program.
    HB371: Ambient air quality standards.
    HB372: Limits on air quality control.

    Introduced in the Senate:
    SB297: Public school 5 percent shift.
    HB298: Tobacco settlement funds abolished.
    SB299: Medical assistance payment recovery.
    SB300: Health Department: Provider cost-of-living increases.
    SB301: Braille access act.
    SB302: Raises municipal gross receipts tax rates.
    SB303: GF: Taos food sector opportunity program.
    SB304: Expanded definition of reckless driving.
    SB305: Tax credit for prescribed wellness programs.
    SB306: GF: Student improvement through teacher training.
    SB307: Courts probationer, speedy hearing.
    SB308: Cities and counties: Extraterritorial zoning.
    SB309: Parental notification for abortions.
    SB310: Reserve police officers may arrest for traffic offenses.
    SB311: Defray Rio Arriba cost of prisoner transport.
    SB312: GF: San Juan College programs for public schools.
    SB313: Treatment programs for parole violators.
    SB314: Hospitals: Sex assault emergency requirements.
    SB315: Real estate transaction lender requirements.
    SB316: Driver's license info-selective service system.
    SB317: GF: Teacher salary increase funds.
    SB318: Limited immunity under victims crime act.
    SB319: GF: Los Amigos nursing home operation.
    SB320: Film industry promotion commission created.
    SB321: Early childhood education: Third grade literacy.
    SB322: GF: Promote economic development in New Mexico.
    SB323: GF: Youth performing arts funds.
    SB324: Medicaid funds from tobacco settlement program.
    SB325: Auto insurers: Prohibited acts.
    SB326: Penalty increase for child abuse killing.
    SB327: Domestic violence fees and programs.
    SB328: Medicaid: Foster care program exclusion.
    SB329: Wildlife conservation surtax.
    SB330: Lt. Governor primary abolished.
    SB331: Insurance premium tax revisions.
    SB332: GF: Human services to evaluate Medicaid reforms.
    SB333: ENMU: Social work program.
    SB334: ENMU: Expand athletic program.
    SB335: Tax credit, employee health insurance premiums.