March 16, 2003
March 16, 2003
Passed in the House:
HB337: Municipal fines and jail terms increased, 60-0.
HB559: Cockfighting prohibited, 45-21.
HB602: National Guard retiree special plates, 60-0.
HB825: Engineering excavation plans, 57-2.
HB826: Alternative release of mortgage, 62-2.
HB1005: Tourism enterprise fund, 64-0.
SB1: Lodging fee for convention center financing, 62-4.
SB22: Electronic campaign reporting, 65-0.
SB34: Regional transit district act, 61-2.
SB44: Counties may pledge payment in lieu of taxes revenue, 66-0.
SB80: Good school requirements waiver, 62-2.
SB91: Drug court fee, 64-0.
SB114: Magistrate court mediation fund, 64-0.
SB124: Water banking, 61-0.
SB128: Preservation of unused water rights, 67-0.
SB188: Increases veterans property tax exemption, 60-0.
SB195: State water plan, 64-0.
SB255: Naprapathic practice act, 63-0.
SB273: Emergency wastewater funds, 63-0.
SB283: Educational retirement and reemployment, 67-0.
SB292: New Mexico Financial Authority capital project list, 67-0.
SB295: Interagency behavioral health committee, 66-0.
SB313: Treatment programs for parole violators, 66-0.
SB331: Insurance premium tax revisions, 59-5.
SB371: Doctors of Oriental medicine and HMOs, 58-3.
SB380: Severance tax fund for film investment changes, 54-10.
SB400: Legislator pr diem and mileage, 56-6.
SB425: Youth council created to advise officials, 59-2.
SB447: Water and sanitation districts revision, 62-1.
SB540: No more early voting in municipal elections, 64-0.
SB542: Kinship guardianship act, caregiver defined, 44-19.
SB551: Expedited water marketing and leasing, 63-0.
SB556: Safe routes to school program, 62-0.
SB560: Deer enhancement permits, 66-0.
SB561: No cap on mass transportation act, 64-0.
SB602: Pueblos and tribes tax credit agreements, 66-0.
SB623: Tax deductions for space-related activities, 64-0.
SB641: Truck weight and size exemption, 64-1.
SB652: Removal of state transportation commissioners, 39-25.
Failed in the House:
SB554: Local government water conservation plans, 33-33.
SJR24: Senators demand house makeover, 0-58.
Passed in the Senate:
HB8: Development training fund, 38-0.
HB48: Uniform trust code, 36-0.
HB68: Public education home visits, 35-1.
HB181: Revises change of venue in courts, 34-0.
HB274: Alcohol sales in state museums, 21-15.
HB306: Local government investments, 35-0.
HB339: Nontaxable transaction certificates, 33-0.
HB414: Domestic violence fee funds treatment, 33-0.
HB452: Natural resource revenue recovery task force, 32-0.
HB533: Border development act, 32-0.
HB668: Medicaid fraud control unit, 32-3.
HB756: Endowed chairs for economic development, 38-0.
HB834: Public project revolving fund, 36-0.
HB926: Fort Stanton development commission, 33-0.
HB1035: Utility service vehicles, 37-0.
SB153: Real estate trust fund investment changes, 35-1.
SB411: Land use ordinance impacts on housing, 34-6.
SB483: Leased worker definition, 42-0.
SB519: Changes in radiation protection act, 31-6.
SB689: Capital buildings planning commission members, 28-0.
SB905: Local DWI grant fund, 37-0.
SB911: Public education department transition, 35-0.
Failed in the Senate:
SB151: Campaign contributor disclosure, 15-22.
SB365: Substance abuse and crime prevention act, 17-25.
SB534: Tobacco settlement fund appropriations, 13-23.