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March 17, 2003




Legislative Summary


   
   

    Passed in the House:
    HB236: Indian gaming revenues to municipalities, 56-0.
    HB364: Gaming tax distribution to Sunland Park, 59-0.
    HB654: Water quality act, 49-12.
    HB655: Air quality control act, 43-17.
    HB715: Rural telecommunications carrier redefined, 49-0.
    HB723: Health facility regulation, 57-0.
    HB731: Health coverage for unmarried dependents, 54-2.
    HB744: Water rights adjudication efficiency, 29-13.
    HB788: Changes to State Police retirement plan, 58-0.
    HB809: Medicaid equal pay and nondiscrimination, 58-5.
    HB832: Medicaid insurance pool, 64-0.
    HB839: Change in prisoner meritorious deductions, 63-0.
    HB840: Workers compensation for silicosis and asbestosis, 63-0.
    HB867: Motor vehicle code arbitration award, 40-26.
    HB874: Insurance payments and delinquent child support, 49-13.
    HB881: Department of transportation created, 64-0.
    HB896: Medicaid and dental hygienists, 45-19.
    HB904: Construction contractors financial proof, 42-23.
    HB921: Crimestoppers act, 61-1.
    HB929: Income tax deduction for survivor benefits, 62-0.
    HB953: Health care purchasing act, 62-0.
    HB970: Victim information confidentiality, 61-0.
    HB972: No drinks with the help, 57-0.
    HB1027: DNA evidence for sexual crimes, 55-0.
    SB105: Park law enforcement officer assistance, 55-1.
    SB123: Ditch diversions need prior local approval, 61-0.
    SB186: Nurse licensure compact, 56-0.
    SB216: School program cost calculations changes, 53-3.
    SB287: GF: Military base planning office, 59-0.
    SB332: Human services to evaluate Medicaid reforms, 58-0.
    SB373: Special water users associations, 61-0.
    SB429: Economic development and water projects funding, 51-0.
    SB464: Rural electric cooperatives investments, 59-1.
    SB579: Special election on public school issues, 39-23.
    SB586: Nontaxable transaction certificates, 60-0.
    SB632: Medication aides in nursing facilities, 58-0.
    SB640: Rail passenger study, 60-0.
    SB658: Insurance deferred annuities interest, 54-0.
    SB660: Undocumented pheasants, 56-0.
    SB661: New Mexico owned fine art investments, 36-26.
   
    Passed in the Senate:
    HB30: Law enforcement hot pursuit crimes, 37-0.
    HB118: Local government investments, 32-0.
    HB172: Renewable energy and fuel cell demonstration, 32-0.
    HB428: Qualifying threshold increase, 31-0.
    HB523: State parks and monuments receipts, 35-0.
    HB582: Study of female incarceration, 34-0.
    HB659: Community development incentive act, 32-0.
    HB683: Watershed districts, 36-0.
    HB762: Corporate income estimated tax payments, 32-0.
    SB431: Law enforcement safe pursuit act, 37-0.
    SB492: Deduction for border trade support companies, 32-0.
    SB527: Emergency medical services act, 34-0.
    SB729: Unlawful dealing in federal food coupons, 33-0.
    SB737: Criminal trespassing notice requirements, 31-0.
    SB805: Pregnancy HIV test without consent, 32-0.
    SB819: Teen court act, 36-0.
    SB823: Health care providers vicarious liability, 38-0.
    SB843: Legislative approval for water projects, 34-0.
    SB874: Gasoline tax sharing alternatives, 29-0.
    SJR10: Fourty-five day session, two-year budget, 30-8.
    SJR22: County officials terms set by legislature, 34-5.
   
   
    Failed in the Senate:
    SB225: Deferred deposit loan act, 19-20.