February 5, 2003
Introduced in the House:
HB540: Illegal for minors to possess tobacco.
HB541: GF: Senior citizens social work program.
HB542: Municipal gross receipts tax distribution reduced.
HB543: Wheelchair-only disabled parking privilege.
HB544: Water well drillers licensing.
HB545: GF: Senior program expenses statewide.
HB546: Hunting licensing.
HB547: Change in statute of limitations for criminal sexual penetration.
HB548: Teax break for wind energy equipment customers.
HB549: Custodial interrogation requires recording.
HB550: GF: Nursing facility staff statewide.
HB551: GF: Navajo Nation boys and girls clubs.
HB552: UNM: Statewide gambling study.
HB553: GF: Family mediation programs.
HB554: Health and human development education act.
HB555: Prescription drug co-payments.
HB556: County detention facility reform act.
HB557: Children's mental health center's licensure.
HB558: Hospital funding act changes.
HB559: Cockfighting prohibited.
HB560: Bear-proof garbage containers.
HB561: Domestic violence penalties, counseling.
HB562: Compensating tax distribution, municipalities.
HB563: Rural electric co-op investments.
Introduced in the Senate:
SB472: Family communications graduation requirement.
SB473: Land zoning, mining districts.
SB474: Housing cost-raising ordinance prohibition.
SB475: GF: School district training needs program.
SB476: Special hospital districts set milage rates.
SB477: GF: Medicaid development disabled program improvements.
SB478: Podiatrists may exempt Medicare receipts.
SB479: Workers compensation total disability.
SB480: County detention facility reform act.
SB481: GF: Emergency management services.
SB482: Bench warrant arrest fee.
SB483: Leased workers definition.
SB484: Domestic well permits.
SB485: Los Alamos National Laboratory loses tax exemption.
SB486: GF: Taos teen court.
SB487: GF: Alzheimers's respite care services.
SJR16: Supreme Court districts.
SJR17: Tobacco settlement fund.
Passed in the House:
HB13: State butterfly and nickname, 70-0.
HB30: Law enforcement hot pursuit crimes, 66-0.
HB36: Regulation of methadone clinics, 57-0.
Passed in the Senate:
SB80: Good school requirements waiver, 33-4.