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March 11, 2003



Legislative Summary


    Introduced in the House:
HB1039: National convention delegate selection.
    Passed in the House:
    HB8: Development training fund, 67-0.
    HB170: Increases penalty for enticement of a child, 57-0.
    HB312: Naprapathic practice act, 63-0.
    HB397: New motor transportation division, 57-7.
    HB400: New fees in motor vehicle code, 42-21.
    HB427: Small loan act, payday loan regulation, 55-4.
    HB428: Qualifying threshold increase, 60-0.
    HB433: Voting indemnification provisions, 59-0.
    HB490: Pipeline safety act duties, 66-0.
    HB523: State parks and monuments receipts, 63-0.
    HB578: Nursing home staffing pilot program, 52-10.
    HB584: Local motor vehicle fee funds public transit, 42-20.
    HB585: Cabinet creation for aging and long-term care, 44-18.
    HB622: Commission on higher education nonaccredited institution licensing, 64-0.
    HB657: Educational retirement provisional members, 62-0.
    HB658: Head start program set aside, 56-0.
    HB691: Increased motor vehicle excise tax, 37-27.
    HB708: Accessible educational electronic formats, 62-0.
    HB716: Motor vehicle department administrative service fees increased, 39-26.
    HB762: Corporate income estimated tax payments, 61-0.
    HB834: Public project revolving fund, 61-0.
    HB836: Drinking water system financing, 65-0.
    HB844: Severance tax investment for private equity funds, 57-1.
    HB848: Pain management advisory council, 54-2.
    HB882: Statewide water projects funded, 61-0.
    HB886: Limits exempt sales by university bookstores, 63-3.
    HB890: Social security assistance program, 57-0.
    HB944: Table wine excepted from segregated sales, 54-6.
    HB991: Public securities validation act, 66-0.
    SB247: Train New Mexico dentists at Baylor University, 62-0.
    SB390: Post-conviction DNA evidence, 62-0.
    Passed in the Senate:
    HB22: Education retirement benefits and reemployment, 40-0.
    HB23: Economic development department cooperation, 39-0.
    HB33: Reorganization of ONGARD service center, 39-0.
    HB126: Reorganization of the gross receipts tax act, 41-0.
    HB220: State fair commission expense increase, 33-0.
    HB261: Unemployment compensation law changes, 34-0.
    HB282: Electronic personal income tax deadline, 41-0.
    HB300: More time to claim property tax exemption, 36-0.
    HB311: Mexican motor vehicle regulations, 37-0.
    SB189: Fourth grade reading proficiency, 22-16.
    SB316: Driver's license selective service system, 34-3.
    SB332: Human services to evaluate Medicaid reforms, 22-18.
    SB342: Generation and transmission cooperative, 37-0.
    SB444: Local schools buy their own books, 36-0.
    SB447: Water and sanitation districts revision, 29-0.
    SB496: Special plates for retired firefighters, 37-0.
    SB499: Elk permits reserved for terminally ill, 36-0.
    SB586: Nontaxable transaction certificates, 33-0.
    SB614: Counseling and therapy practice act, 37-0.
    SB627: School library material fund, 36-0.
    SB633: Albuquerque Indian youth services, 37-0.
    SB821: Mounted patrol for homeland security duties, 35-0.
    SB838: Mesa del Sol at University Blvd., 34-0.
    SB903: Public regulation commission communication, 38-3.
    SB907: Prudent investor act reliance, reconsidered, 29-12.