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March 18, 2003



Legislative Summary



   
March 18, 2003
    Passed in the House:
HB252: Income tax credit for water conservation, 59-0.
    HB544: Water well drillers licensing, 61-0.
    HB968: Health care web site licensure portal, 63-2.
    HB992: Public school short-term bonds, 66-0.
    SB109: Drinking water state revolving loan fund, 55-0.
    SB187: Board of pharmacy, 48-1.
    SB242: Changes in motor vehicle code, 51-0.
    SB396: School instructional multicultural materials, 52-1.
    SB620: Public retirement and retiree health care, 56-7.
    SB621: Withholding to fund legislative retirement, 58-6.
    SB688: Alcoholic beverages supplier definition, 41-19.
    SB690: Negotiated sales of public property allowed, 58-0.
    SB691: Adult basic education transferred, 58-2.
    SB701: New Mexico film museum act, 59-3.
    SB711: Prescribed fires exempt from air quality control act, 64-0.
    SB713: Cibola and Grants hospitals tax distributors, 65-0.
    SB742: Stream commission dips into ground water, 52-0.
    SB752: Government reorganization, children, youth and families, 53-0.
    SB754: Pool insurance prescription drug program, 61-2.
    SB778: Medicaid insurance pool, 60-0.
    SB779: Severance tax fund venture capital, 43-20.
    SB792: Albuquerque convention hospitality fee, 44-20.
    SB813: Renewable energy production tax credit change, 60-0.
    SB832: Measure river water flow, 63-0.
    SB838: Mesa del Sol at University Blvd., 60-2.
    SB841: Water project finance act, 57-0.
    SB904: Natural gas and geothermal boundaries, 54-1.
    SB906: Third and sixth judicial district judges, 59-0.
   
    Passed in the Senate:
    HB117: DWI penalty increase, 39-0.
    HB146: Biomass renewable energy tax credit, 40-0.
    HB168: Blue ribbon tax reform commission, 36-0.
    HB212: Public education reform, 40-0.
    HB231: Public health emergency response, 37-1.
    HB279: Change in electrician licensing, 25-9.
    HB409: Absentee ballot mailing envelopes, 28-0.
    HB437: Construction codes and standards, 33-0.
    HB494: Nonprofit corporation for economic development, 39-0.
    HB603: Computerized ballot hand tallying, 31-0.
    HB1039: National convention delegate selection, 38-0.
    SB123: Ditch diversions need prior local approval, 26-1.
    SB224: Charter schools renewed 15 years, 31-0.
    SB378: Public employee retirement association service credit, 27-2.
    SB435: Subdivision regulation exemption, 31-3.
    SB438: Merger of contiguous land parcels, 36-0.
    SB668: Health care coverage in child support, 27-0.
    SB933: Military active duty benefits, 36-0.