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February 13, 2003




Legislative Summary


   
   
   
   
    Introduced in the House:
HB712: NMSU: Preserving wild horses.
    HB713: Insurance operations fund.
    HB714: Revision of counseling and therapy practice act.
    HB715: Rural telecommunications carrier redefined.
    HB716: Motor vehicle department administrative service fees increased.
    HB717: GF: Las Vegas cancer study.
    HB718: Rack operators gasoline tax liability.
    HB719: Regional alcohol treatment center.
    HB720: Surface mining act costs and fees.
    HB721: Energetic materials research at NMIMT.
    HB722: Winegrowers licenses.
    HB723: Health facility regulation.
    HB724: Broadens definition of instructional material.
    HB725: New Mexico Highlands: Loan fund.
    HB726: General education diploma requirement.
    HB727: Utility noise fume or exhaust abatement.
    HB728: West Las Vegas school-based health clinic.
    HB729: Creation of safe routes to school program.
    HB730: Volunteer firefighters retirement plans.
    HB731: Health coverage for unmarried dependents.
    HB732: GF: Intergovernmental dialogue.
    HB733: Food service sanitation permit fees.
    HB734: GF: Middle college curriculum at state school.
    HB735: GF: Heritage area to preserve cultural traditions.
    HB736: Adoption act changes.
    HB737: Municipal yard waste fees.
    HB738: Changes in chiropractic practice act.
    HB739: Water courts established.
    HB740: NMSU: Nursing education support.
    HJR24: Diversity in nominating commissions.
    Introduced in the Senate:
    SB642: GF: High schools quality reform.
    SB643: Liquor license location restriction.
    SB644: Five-years service credit purchase.
    SB645: Insurance code filing fee exemptions.
    SB646: Worker's compensation act technical changes.
    SB647: Prescription drug copayment requirement.
    SB648: Severance tax bonds reauthorization for local projects.
    SB649: GF: Math and science programs for border students.
    SB650: Development fees schools included.
    SB651: Abolishes death penalty.
    SB652: Removal of state transportation commissioners.
    SB653: Fees for housing out-of-state prisoners.
    SB654: Deduction for receipts from tricare program.
    SB655: Supplemental general appropriation act 2003.
    SB656: Hospital funding act changes.
    SB657: Chiropractic physician licensing.
    SB658: Insurance deferred annuities interest.
    SB659: GF: Mobile livestock slaughter unit.
    SB660: Undocumented pheasants.
    SB661: New Mexico owned fine art investments.
    SJR21: Abolish state board of education.
    SJR22: County official terms set by legislature.
    Passed in the House:
    HB44: Bilingual insurance policies, 51-12.
    HB58: County emergency communications, 63-0.
    HB71: Expanding the disabled veteran exemption, 62-0.
    HB78: Weather control act, 64-0.
    HB138: Firearm in courthouse unlawful, 39-27.
    HB203: Drought strike team, 64-2.
    HB421: Regional housing law negotiated bond sales, 41-21.
    Passed in the Senate:
    SB390: Post-conviction DNA evidence substitute, 36-0.