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March 5, 2003




Legislative Summary


   
   
   
    March 5, 2003
    No bills introduced in the House.
   
    No bills introduced in the Senate.
   
    Passed in the House:
HB16: Ambert alert law, child abduction notice, 68-0.
    HB19: Criminal code for companion animal hoarding, 47-19.
    HB24: Development training program fund use, 65-0.
    HB53: Sex offender parole period, 65-0.
    HB61: Public education kindergarten plus project, 65-1.
    HB67: Office of chief information officer, 63-0.
    HB74: Land grant committee, 59-5.
    HB105: Student driving privileges, 63-5.
    HB108: Mandatory permissive drivers coverage, 68-0.
    HB162: School children identification numbers, 67-0.
    HB172: Renewable energy and fuel cell, 63-0.
    HB219: Audits and Medicaid payments, 63-0.
    HB225: Motor vehicle regulations changes, 65-0.
    HB274: Alcohol sales in state museums, 59-4.
    HB306: Local government investments, 64-1.
    HB308: Prisoner transport and food, 63-0.
    HB311: Mexican motor vehicle regulations, 64-0.
    HB315: Emergency contraception act, 36-23.
    HB325: Equal pay task force, 54-11.
    HB335: DWI probation period increased, 61-0.
    HB374: Third grade literacy, 47-14.
    HB383: Election code revisions, 59-5.
    HB402: Medicaid drug waiver for seniors and disabled, 64-0.
    HB414: Domestic violence fee funds treatment, 60-4.
    HB437: Construction codes and standards, 37-29.
    HB445: Minor party election certification, 63-0.
    HB452: Natural resource revenue recovery task, 58-0.
    HB480: Body art safe practices act, 63-0.
    HB560: Bear-proof garbage containers, 51-12.
    HB563: Rural electric cooperative investments, 65-0.
    HB570: School library material act, 64-0.
    HB582: Study of female incarceration, 63-0.
    HB661: One-time credit for new oil and gas wells, 60-0.
    HB721: Energetic materials research at NMIMT, 64-0.
    HB800: Land grant and indian history required to graduate, 66-0.
    HB985: Poll watchers, 35-29.
    HB986: County clerk election reporting, 34-27.
   
    Passed in the Senate:
    HB508: Public employee bargaining act, 18-10.
    SB79: Boat dealer licenses, 24-11.
    SB183: New Mexico-Chihuahua Commission, 27-0.
    SB287: GF: Military base planning office, 29-0.
    SB419: Sponsored health insurance requirement, 33-2.
    SB425: Youth council created to advise officials, 29-5.
    SB554: Local government water conservation plans, 31-0.
    SB623: Tax deductions for space-related activities, 28-0.
    SB624: Changes to children's code and adoption act, 33-0.
    SB632: Medication aides in nursing facilities, 24-6.
    SB674: Health service corporations practice sites, 23-0.
    SB800: Funding behavioral health clinics, 31-0.
    SB841: Water project finance act, 30-0.
   
    Failed in the Senate:
    SB194: Public health emergency response, 10-29.
    SB220: Parenting leave without pay mandated, 11-20.