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March 22, 2003




   
    March 22, 2003
    Passed in the House:
    SB73: Anesthesiology assistant supervision, 57-3.
    SB289: Welfare reform oversight committee extended, 60-1.
    SB315: Real estate transaction lender requirement, 58-0.
    SB358: Child care facility revolving loan fund, 63-0.
    SB360: Welfare reform education works act, 63-1.
    SB377: Lottery tuition scholarships, 50-4.
    SB385: GF: Soil and water conservation districts, 58-0.
    SB419: Sponsored health insurance requirement, 48-12.
    SB483: Leased worker definition, 49-8.
    SB499: Elk permits reserved for terminally ill, 58-0.
    SB527: Emergency medical services act, 56-0.
    SB571: Real estate broker licensing, 58-0.
    SB607: Severance tax permanent fund investments, 65-0.
    SB683: Crime stoppers commission, 62-0.
    SB693: Disabled veterans plates, 66-0.
    SB739: Worker's compensation for state defense force, 62-0.
    SB776: Public utility act, 65-0.
    SB777: Substitute teachers minimum salary, 49-15.
    SB805: Pregnancy HIV test without consent, 63-0.
    SB818: Medicaid and dental hygienists, 55-0.
    SB819: Teen court act, 59-0.
    SB825: Mayor votes in case of tie, 54-0.
    SB829: Employer access to health claims history, 58-0.
    SB831: Public employee retirement association junk bonds, 48-8.

    Failed in the House:
    SB492: Deduction for border trade support companies, 12-15.
    SB568: No smoking in jails, prisons and school grounds, 29-35.

    Passed in the Senate:
    HB108: Mandatory permissive drivers coverage, 40-0.
    HB109: Grand jury challenges, 39-1.
    HB111: Public employee retirees returning to work, 36-1.
    HB145: Extending boards sunset dates, 35-0.
    HB190: Local DWI grant program funds, 25-11.
    HB195: School board bonds, 35-1.
    HB229: Small counties assistance hike, 40-0.
    HB308: Prisoner transport and food, 37-0.
    HB325: Equal pay task force, 30-11.
    HB376: Nursing excellence, 42-0.
    HB402: Medicaid drug waiver for seniors and disabled, 38-0.
    HB412: Medicaid reform committee, 38-0.
    HB442: Legislative interim committee overhaul, 39-0.
    HB557: Children's mental health centers licensure, 40-0.
    HB594: Bonds for museum of New Mexico projects, 38-0.
    HB609: Construction industries licensing act, 36-2.
    HB614: Health care coverage in child support, 41-0.
    HB685: Secretary of state fee increases, 25-17.
    HB737: Municipal yard waste fees, 38-1.
    HB761: Senior volunteers discrimination prohibited, 42-0.
    HB813: Tampering with evidence penalty, 41-0.
    HB840: Workers compensation for silicosis and asbestosis, 24-15.
    HB860: Bighorn sheep habitat improvement, 40-0.
    HB867: Motor vehicle code arbitration award, 28-7.
    HB896: Medicaid and dental hygienists, 32-8.
    HB991: Public securities validation act, 38-0.
    SB2: General appropriation act of 2003, 41-0.

    Failed in the Senate:
    HB81: Lottery scholarships for tribal colleges, 18-20.