February 18, 2003
Introduced in the House:
HB823: GF: Land grant foreign trade zones.
HB824: Palestinian-Israeli New Mexico peace council.
HB825: Engineering excavation plans.
HB826: Alternative release of mortgage.
HB827: GF: Lincoln County courthouse monument.
HB828: Natural resources revenue recovery.
HB829: GF: Future teachers program.
HB830: NMSU: Graduate assistant payments.
HB831: Interstate compact communicable diseases.
HB832: Medical insurance pool.
HB833: GF: San Juan Pueblo's 911 project.
HB834: Public project revolving fund.
HB835: Water and wastewater fund, New Mexico finance authority.
HB836: Drinking water system financing.
HB837: New Mexico history graduation requirement.
HB838: Parent may file for child protective order.
HB839: Change in prisoner meritorious deductions.
HB840: Workers compensation for silicosis and asbestosis.
HB841: Liquor license location restriction.
HB842: Gaming tax pledged to Sunland Park projects.
HB843: Deduction for certain trade-support firms.
HB844: Severance tax investment for private equity funds.
HB845: Capital improvements at state museums.
HB846: Lower interest on tax deficiencies.
HB847: Revisions to antiterrorism act.
HB848: Pain management advisory council.
HB849: Radiation protection act.
HB850: GF: Inpatient mental health services.
HB851: Student loan payback changes.
HB852: Higher education technology fund.
HB853: Agency reorganization by governor.
HB854: Racetrack gaming machine fees.
HB855: GF: Albuquerque Public Schools accelerated math program.
HB856: GF: Albuquerque Public Schools accelerated reader program.
HB857: NMSU: Public lands foraging study.
HB858: Increased magistrate qualifications.
HB859: GF: Needy families medical program.
HB860: Bighorn sheep habitat improvement.
HB861: Ultility operators certification act.
Introduced in the Senate:
SB745: Public employees bargaining act.
SB746: Wolf release.
SB747: GF: Increased graduate assistantship payments.
SB748: U.S. Highway 666.
SB749: GF: Bilingual technology for Santa Fe schools.
SB750: County and municipal investments.
SB751: GF: Write-read-succeed program.
SB752: Government reorganization with children, youth and families.
SB753: 911 systems, receipt of e-mail notices.
SB754: Pool insurance prescription drug program.
SB755: GF: Law enforcement crisis intervention training.
SB756: GF: Agricultural school programs.
SB757: Medicaid drug limitation removed.
SB758: GF: Hispanic dropout prevention, education program.
SB759: Computer clubhouses for children, youth and families.
SB760: GF: Dine college campus at Twin Lakes.
SB761: Access through state leased lands.
SB762: GF: Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute.
SB763: GF: Navajo economic development programs.
SB764: Municipal detention officers retirement plan.
SB765: Smart moves youth smoking cessation programs.
SB766: No tax on student association concerts.
SB767: Botique hospital licensing.
SB768: Victims unclaimed personal property rights.
SB769: GF: Biomass electric power generation.
SB770: Commemorative Route 66 registration plate.
SB771: Workers compensation uninsured employers fund.
SB772: Cimarron senior citizen center.
SB773: Revisions in counseling practice act.
SB774: Telecom consolidations and mergers.
SB775: Performance assurance plan fund.
SB776: Public utility act.
Passed in the House:
HB12: Fine arts education act, 63-0.
HB38: Minimum wage hike, 41-23.
HB136: Preventing youth access to tobacco, 64-0.
HB261: Unemployment compensation law changes, 63-3.
HB288: Los Amigos nursing home operation, 62-0.
Passed in the Senate:
SB34: Regional transit district act, 23-17.
SB46: Public employee bargaining act, 25-14.
SB123: Ditch diversions prior local approval, 34-1.
SB124: Water banking, 39-0.
SB142: Unemployment compensation contribution rates, 38-0.
SB149: High school graduation requirement changes, 38-2
SB174: Education retirement act technical changes, 33-0.
SB186: Nurse licensure compact, 38-0.
SB338: Medicaid program changes, 33-8.
SB373: Special water users associations, 37-0.
SB393: Membership change in MFA, 20-19.