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February 6, 2003




Legislative Summary


   
   
   
   
    Introduced in the House:
HB564: One time fee waiver for veterans plates.
    HB565: Hunting and fishing licenses free for veterans.
    HB566: Special plates to pay and neuter.
    HB567: GF: Faculty endowment fund.
    HB568: County and municipality curfew ordinances.
    HB569: Expansion of offenses of aggrivated DWI.
    HB570: GF: School library material act.
    HB571: Credit for diesel tax imposed by Navajo Nation.
    HB572: Job mentorship tax credit.
    HB573: Procurement code amendments.
    HB574: Local administrative unit contributions.
    HB575: Phased-in credit for gross receipts tax on food.
    HB576: GF: Grant County economic development.
    HB577: GF: Indian AIDS victims services.
    HB578: Nursing home staffing pilot program.
    HB579: San Miguel County may impose local liquor tax.
    HB580: Public works minimum wage exemptions.
    HB581: Entrance requirements for student athletes.
    HB582: Study of female incarceration.
    HB583: GF: Children's safehouse network.
    HB584: Local motor vehicle fee funds public transit.
    HB585: New cabinet, aging and long-term care.
    HB586: Automated enforcement system citations.
    HB587: Alternative fuel redefined.
    HB588: Minimum wage limit for local governments.
    HB589: GF: Economic development corporation act.
    HB590: Lower insurance limits for low-income drivers.
    HB591: Change in oversize vehicle permit.
    HB592: Insurance, deferred annuities interest.
    HB593: Youthful offenders sentenced as adults.
    HJR19: Property tax exemption for armed forces veterans.

    Introduced in the Senate:
    SB488: High school health credit.
    SB489: Indoor air quality in schools act.
    SB490: New Mexico Tech: Geophysical research center.
    SB491: GF: Rural development response council.
    SB492: Deduction for border trade-support companies.
    SB493: Special paltes for New Mexico high school rodeo association.
    SB494: Health service corp. adds dental professionals.
    SB495: GF: Cibola future foundations family center.
    SB496: Special plates for retired firefighters.
    SB497: Class A counties and property tax collections.
    SB498: GF: Mora Valley ambulance services.
    SB499: Elk permits reserved for terminally ill.
    SB500: Director of corrections field services division needs senate consent.
    SB501: Ignition interlock licensing act.
    SB502: Wireless telephone service act.
    SB503: GF: Employee benefits for legislators.
    SB504: Judges pro tempore fund created.
    SB505: Health security act.
    SB506: Nursing home staffing pilot program.
    SB507: Real estate licensing changes.
    SB508: External grievance appeals.
    SB509: NMSU: Regional educational technology.
    SB510: Distribution of gaming tax to Sunland Park.
    SB511: GF: Positive school behavior program.
    SB512: Medicaid eligibility limit.
    SB513: Public school capital outlay act.
    SB514: Hazardous waste management rules.
    SB515: Tougher air quality standards.
    SB516: Congressional employees retirement.
    SB517: Child care assistance funds.
    SB518: Income tax break for teachers.
    SB519: Changes in radiation protection act.
    SB520: Sexual predator civil commitment act.
    SB521: Increased domestic violence penalties.
    SJR18: Changes in Boards of Regents.
    SJR19: Propery tax exemption for veterans.

    Passed in the House:
    HB106: Human rights commission appeal procedure, 70-0.
    HB117: DWI penalty increases, 66-0.
    HB152: 17-year-old blood donors, 47-20.
    HB153: Soil and water conservation revision, 66-0.
    SB167: Income tax rate and capital gains cuts, 42-25.