February 10, 2003
Introduced in the House:
HB610: Wild horse protection act.
HB611: Public employees retirement act hazardous duty members.
HB612: Notary public act.
HB613: Workers' compensation brain injury definition.
HB614: Health care coverage in child support.
HB615: Bosy art safe practices act.
HB616: Public works minimum wage act revisions.
HB617: GF: Public education awareness campaign.
HB618: GF: Economic skills development programs.
HB619: GF: Programs for disadvantaged youth.
HB620: Gaming control board indian members.
HB621: GF: Teach and reward quality in New Mexico.
HB622: Commission on Higher Education nonaccredited institution licensing.
HB623: Gross receipts tax omitted for nonathletic events.
HB624: GF: Teach and reward quality in New Mexico.
HB625: Deducation for home health agencies.
HB626: Uniform interstate domestic violence orders.
HB627: Liquor tax increase for trauma fund.
HB628: Major and minor party status during elections.
HB629: Juvenile facility workers criminal checks.
HB630: Development impact fees not used for schools.
HB631: Rural health care provider access act.
HB632: Tax credit for new high-wage export jobs.
HB633: Prescription drugs equivalent dispensing.
HB634: Telecommunications compancy access grants.
HB635: Fraternal Order of Police special plates.
HB636: Telecommunications development act.
HB637: School districts keep federal aid.
HB638: GF: Independent living services statewide.
HB639: Wireless carriers regulatory act.
HB640: Childcare services gross receipts tax deduction.
HB641: GF: Water conservation education program.
HB642: GF: Emergency medical services for Taos.
HB643: GF: Taos food sector opportunity program.
HB644: Gasoline tax hike delayed.
HB645: Attorney for insurance division.
HB646: Dona Ana magistrate court.
HB647: Deferred deposit payday loan act.
HB648: GF: Expand senior medical services funding.
HB649: Home loan protection act.
HB650: Reserved elk permits for terminally ill.
HB651: Medicaid behavioral health services.
HJR21: Single urban government.
HJR22: Change selection of boards of regents.
HJR23: Tribal member for University of New Mexico and New Mexico State University regents.
Introduced in the Senate:
SB547: Minimum healthcare protection act.
SB548: Authorizes transfers to general fund.
SB549: Search and rescue registration plates.
SB550: Adopt-a-highway sponsor information.
SB551: Expedited water marketing and leasing.
SB552: GF: Hispanic youth leadership program.
SB553: GF: Prostate cancer awareness program.
SB554: Local government water conservation plans.
SB555: Family violence protection act.
SB556: Safe routes to school program.
SB557: Insurance code amendments.
SB558: Unemployment compensation changes.
SB559: Commercial vehicles insurance requirements.
SB560: Deer enhancement permits.
SB561: No cap on mass transporation act.
SB562: Real estate appraisers act.
SB563: GF: Distance learning statewide.
SB564: Educational technology for private schools.
SB565: Underground waters declared public.
SB566: NMSU: Public rangeland foraging study.
SB567: GF: Youth character programs.
SB568: No smoking in jails, prisons and school grounds.
SB569: Changes in sex offender registration.
SB570: Alternative form of mortgage release.
Passed in the House:
HB119: Emergency care following sexual assault, 45-16.
HB300: More time to claim property tax exemption, 66-0.
Passed in the Senate:
SB7: Metro court judges retirement, 31-2.
SB25: State agency session law distribution, 32-0.
SB40: Local government investment criteria, 31-0.
SB41: Local government investment, 29-0.
SB44: Counties may pledge PILT revenues, 30-1.
SB62: School testing to meet college curricula, 33-0.
SB106: Court fee replacement, 34-1.
SB114: Magistrate court mediation fund, 26-10.
SB157: DNA indentification act changes, 32-0.
SB188: Increased veterans property tax exemption, 32-0.