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March 13, 2003




   
Legislative Summary


   
   
    March 12, 2002
    Introduced in the Senate:
HB934: Police retirees reemployment.
   
    Passed in the House:
    HB28: Legislation taxation fiscal impact study, 60-0.
    HB349: Braille access act, 58-0.
    HB442: Legislative interim committee overhaul, 65-0.
    HB453: DNA covered by human rights act, 57-6.
    HB513: More efficient senior prescription program, 61-1.
    HB528: Pilot program for school medication aides, 59-1.
    HB556: County detention facility reform act, 65-0.
    HB558: Hospital funding act changes, 62-2.
    HB616: Public works minimum wage act revisions, 40-24.
    HB663: Public utility rate adjustments, 61-1.
    HB682: Deductions for space-related activities, 60-0.
    HB720: Surface mining act costs and fees, 62-0.
    HB756: Endowed chairs for economic development, 56-0.
    HB798: Maximum on supersedeas bonds, 61-0.
    HB804: Group insurance for legislative employees, 62-0.
    HB805: Credit for legislative employees, 63-0.
    HB851: Student loan payback changes, 62-0.
    HB852: Higher education technology fund, 59-0.
    HB854: Racetrack gaming machine fees, 56-7.
    HB918: Severance tax fund venture capital, 52-12.
    HB927: Charges for copying motor vehicle department records, 42-18.
    HB975: Fuel tax increase to pay for select roads, 36-23.
    SB43: Real estate license changes, 55-0.
    SB350: Public utility act repeal repealed, 59-0.
    SB393: Membership change in mortgage finance authority, 61-0.
    SB394: High school graduation reporting, 59-0.
    SB476: Special hospital districts set mileage rates, 58-0.
    SB546: Credit union act changes, 58-1.
   
    Passed in the Senate:
    HB173: Tax number for driver's license application, 20-14.
    HB295: Tax incentives for the film industry, 35-0.
    HB724: Broadens definition for instructional material, 31-0.
    SB209: Water state of emergency in national forests, 31-1.
    SB244: Chief information office created, 35-0.
    SB327: Domestic violence fees and programs, 30-7.
    SB396: School instructional materials, multicultural, 24-10.
    SB427: Changes in uniform unclaimed property act, 33-0.
    SB501: Ignition interlock licensing act, 35-0.
    SB562: Real estate appraisers act, 33-0.
    SB572: Head start child care services set aside, 35-0.
    SB574: Liquor license fees increased, 31-0.
    SB581: Tax credit for land donation, 28-6.
    SB609: Educational retirement contributors, 17-13.
    SB768: Victims unclaimed personal property rights, 34-0.
    SB779: Severance tax fund venture capital, 28-6.
    SB792: Albuquerque convention hospitality fee, 29-1.
    SB818: Medicaid and dental hygienists, 33-1.
    SB825: Mayor votes in case of tie, 31-0.
    SB904: Natural gas and geothermal boundaries, 39-0.
    SJR11: Legislature election changes, 30-7.
    SJR26: Ratification of Santa Fe penitentiary lease, 36-0.