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March 13, 2003




   
Legislative Summary


   
   
    Passed in the House:
HB107: Prohibiting additional auto insurance changes, 63-4.
    HB109: Grand jury challenges, 65-0.
    HB145: Extending board's sunset dates, 56-0.
    HB159: Public school personnel development, 66-0.
    HB339: Nontaxable transaction certificates, 62-0.
    HB449: Revises sex offender registration, 63-0.
    HB459: Misleading extension of credit, 57-2.
    HB535: Long-term care facility abuse and neglect, 57-0.
    HB547: Change in statute of limitations for criminal sexual penetration, 59-0.
    HB666: Prescription drugs reporting requirements, 37-26.
    HB702: Overseas voters absentee ballots, 54-3.
    HB734: Middle college curriculum at state school, 26-14.
    HB743: Judgment interest on government, 26-14.
    HB849: Radiation protection act, 55-4.
    HB860: Bighorn sheep habitat improvement, 55-0.
    HB867: Motor vehicle code arbitration award, 19-34.
    HB872: Precinct splitting prohibited in elections, 55-1.
    HB880: Motor carrier act, 46-10.
    HB898: Investment in private equity funds, 60-0.
    HB926: Fort Stanton development commission, 56-0.
    HB935: Financial independence task force, 57-0.
    HB936: Public regulation commission attendance required, 61-0.
    HB937: Per diem for uniformity commissioners, 58-0.
    HB955: Comprehensive health care study, 57-0.
    HB958: Mesa del Sol at University Blvd., 56-0.
    HB966: Educational retirement service credit, 61-0.
    HB981: State office building acquisition bonds, 57-0.
    HB1035: Utility service vehicle, 56-2.
    SB40: Local government investment criteria, 40-0.
    SB41: Local government investment, 44-0.
    SB391: Prescription drug program, 45-0.
    SB523: Ethics education requirements for Legislature, 50-0.
    SB541: Guadalupe Hidalgo treaty department for attorney general, 46-1.
    SB631: Property tax omitted property assessments, 55-0.
    SB653: Fees for housing out-of-state prisoners, 49-1.
    SB744: Community development incentive act, 48-0.
   
    Failed in the House:
    HB477: Unfair trade practices damage awards, 9-54.
    HB696: Domestic partner insurance coverage, 30-30.
   
    Passed in the Senate:
    HB46: Interstate compact for juveniles, 35-0.
    HB58: County emergency communications, 34-3.
    HB71: Expanding the disabled veteran exemption, 35-0.
    HB119: Emergency care following sexual assault, 25-14.
    HB153: Soil and water conservation revision, 39-0.
    HB160: High skills training fund, 35-0.
    HB169: School enrollment growth program units, 28-0.
    HB199: Children, youth and families youth council, 35-1.
    HB235: Expands water and sanitation distribution eligibility, 36-0.
    HB278: Tribes to report vehicle offenses, 32-0.
    HB446: Seed cotton module transport, 29-0.
    SB65: County gross receipts tax, 34-1.
    SB68: Preconfirmation of cabinet secretaries, 32-1.
    SB99: No DWI offense in parked vehicles, 24-12.
    SB115: GF: Indian education division, 32-0.
    SB214: Loans to medical students for needed specialties, 36-0.
    SB231: Enrollment growth programs units change, 29-0.
    SB351: Minors donating blood, 23-9.
    SB400: Legislator per diem and mileage, 33-1.
    SB418: Workforce training act, 36-0.
    SB547: Minimum health care protection act, 29-6.
    SB646: Workers compensation act technical changes, 28-0.
    SB665: Actions related to unlicensed activity, 38-0.
    SB698: Motor carriers act, 31-0.
    SB711: Air quality control prescribed fires exempt, 35-0.
    SB713: Cibola and Grants hospitals tax distributors, 38-0.
    SB777: Substitute teachers minimum salary, 24-14.
    SB797: Adult correctional officers, 32-7.
    SB804: Tobacco products tax hike, 25-15.
    SB831: Junk bond investments, 33-0.
   
    Failed in the Senate:
    SB704: Water recreation facilities fund, 15-20.