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March 14, 2003




Legislative Summary


   
   
March 14, 2003
    Passed in the House:
    HB408: Volunteer firefighters retirement benefits, 62-0.
    HB479: Inflation-adjusted Medicaid payments, 61-0.
    HB591: Change in oversize vehicle permit, 62-0.
    HB650: Reserved elk permits for terminally ill, 66-0.
    HB696: Domestic partner insurance coverage, 33-30.
    HB699: New retiree health care authority building, 66-0.
    HB714: Revises the counseling and therapy practice act, 64-0.
    HB729: Creates the safe routes to school program, 63-0.
    HB793: Gas boundary extension, 54-10.
    HB973: New Mexico horizons task force, 58-5.
    SB7: Metro court judges retirement, 47-14.
    SB31: Bomb scare reimbursement, 63-0.
    SB33: Public employee retirement association member information, 59-0.
    SB45: Nonagency brokerage relationships, 62-0.
    SB62: School testing to meet college curricula, 63-0.
    SB106: Court fee replacement, 61-0.
    SB174: Educational retirement act technical changes, 62-1.
    SB177: Waste management education consortium, 62-0.
    SB202: New hazardous waste permit fee, 58-2.
    SB381: Airport landing fees, 51-10.
    SB401: Natural resources revenue recovery task force, 63-0.
    SB416: High school career centers, 60-0.
    SB490: New Mexico Tech geophysical research center, 60-0.
    SB584: Bernalillo Metro Court bond financing, 58-2.
    SB738: Wastewater technical advisory committee, 60-1.
    SB847: School district general obligation bond payments, 53-6.
   
    Failed in the House:
    HB573: Procurement code amendments, 33-33.
   
    Passed in the Senate:
    HB49: Disposition of Indian deceased remains, 33-0.
    HB203: Drought strike team, 32-0.
    HB214: San Juan County eligible to impose tax, 36-0.
    HB250: Changes in motor vehicle code, 32-0.
    HB323: GF: Military base planning office, 34-0.
    HB369: Mail-in flood control bond ballots, 30-0.
    HB373: Interagency coordinating group changes, 32-2.
    HB510: New Mexico sentencing commission, 31-1.
    SB73: Anesthesiology assistant supervision, 30-4.
    SB286: Regulation for building in flood hazard areas, 25-3.
    SB379: Incorporation procedure changes, 30-0.
    SB453: Dentists and dental hygienists, 32-0.
    SB493: Special plates for New Mexico Rodeo Association, 29-0.
    SB576: Limitation on medical assistance rate, 29-8.
    SB692: Water utilities 40-year plans, 25-0.
    SB701: New Mexico film museum act, 32-0.
    SB704: Water recreation facilities fund, 26-8.
    SB721: Minimum wage act local prohibition, 21-13.
    SB812: Game-proof fences, 29-0.
    SB887: Albuquerque-Bernalillo water utility authority, 22-13.
   
    Failed in the Senate:
    SB343: Bill introduction deadlines changes, 13-18.
    SJR3: Legislative salary, 1-36.