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HB 1 - Rep. George Dodge (DEM-NM)
SUPPLEMENTAL GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS
05/26/2017 - Signed by the Governor (May 26) Ch. 2 (partial veto).
HB 101 - Rep. Deborah Armstrong (DEM-NM)
HEALTH SECURITY ACT
02/24/2017 - Withdrawn from committee for subsequent action h/calendar- Re referred to commmittee for subsequent action House Appropriations & Finance Committee- House Appropriations & Finance Committee
RELATING TO HEALTH CARE; ENACTING THE HEALTH SECURITY ACT TO PROVIDE FOR COMPREHENSIVE STATEWIDE HEALTH CARE; PROVIDING FOR HEALTH CARE PLANNING; ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES TO CONTAIN HEALTH CARE COSTS; CREATING A COMMISSION; PROVIDING FOR ITS POWERS AND DUTIES; PROVIDING FOR HEALTH CARE DELIVERY REGIONS AND REGIONAL COUNCILS; DIRECTING AND AUTHORIZING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A HEALTH SECURITY PLAN; PROVIDING FOR TRANSFER OF HEALTH INSURANCE EXCHANGE PERSONAL PROPERTY TO THE COMMISSION; PROVIDING PENALTIES; AMENDING A SECTION OF THE TORT CLAIMS ACT; PROVIDING FOR DELAYED REPEAL.
HB 115 - Rep. Monica Youngblood (REP-NM)
YOUTHFUL OFFENDER TRANSFERS TO ADULT SENTENCE
01/18/2017 - HSIVC/House Judiciary Committee/House Appropriations & Finance Committee-HSIVC
RELATING TO THE DELINQUENCY ACT; ALLOWING FOR THE IMPOSITION OF A STAYED ADULT CRIMINAL SENTENCE UPON ADJUDICATION OF A YOUTHFUL OFFENDER.
HB 146 - Rep. Deborah Armstrong (DEM-NM)
PROTECTION OF VULNERABLE ADULTS
03/15/2017 - DO NOT PASS committee report adopted-Committee substitute/DO PASS committee report adopted-House Appropriations & Finance Committee- Withdrawn from committee for subsequent action
RELATING TO PROTECTION OF VULNERABLE ADULTS; ENACTING THE PROTECTION AGAINST FINANCIAL EXPLOITATION OF VULNERABLE ADULTS ACT; PROVIDING FOR CRIMINAL PENALTIES; DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
HB 157 - Rep. Deborah Armstrong (DEM-NM)
FIREFIGHTER PTSD & MENTAL HEALTH
04/07/2017 - Passed Senate (25-11) Vetoed by the Governor.
RELATING TO HEALTH; AMENDING SECTION 52-3-32.1 NMSA 1978 (BEING LAWS 2009, CHAPTER 252, SECTION 1) TO ADD POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER AND MENTAL HEALTH DISORDER TO THE LIST OF DISEASES PRESUMED TO BE PROXIMATELY CAUSED BY EMPLOYMENT AS A FIREFIGHTER.
HB 175 - Rep. Jimmie Hall (REP-NM)
ISOLATED CONFINEMENT ACT
04/06/2017 - House concurred in Senate amendments Vetoed by the Governor.
RELATING TO CORRECTIONS; ENACTING THE ISOLATED CONFINEMENT ACT; PROVIDING RESTRICTIONS ON THE USE OF ISOLATED CONFINEMENT; REQUIRING REPORTING.
HB 2 - Rep. Patricia Lundstrom (DEM-NM)
GENERAL APPROPRIATION ACT OF 2017
04/07/2017 - House concurred in Senate amendments Signed by the Governor (Apr. 7) Ch.135 (partial veto).
MAKING GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS AND AUTHORIZING EXPENDITURES BY
HB 202 - Rep. Eliseo Alcon (DEM-NM)
TAX OF BUSINESSES WITHOUT PHYSICAL PRESENCE
04/07/2017 - House concurred in Senate amendments Vetoed by the Governor.
RELATING TO TAXATION; PROVIDING THAT THE PLACE OF BUSINESS OF A PERSON WITHOUT PHYSICAL PRESENCE IN THIS STATE IS WHERE THE PROPERTY OR SERVICE BEING SOLD IS DELIVERED; ALLOWING A REFUND OF GROSS RECEIPTS TAX DUE A PERSON TO BE APPLIED AGAINST COMPENSATING TAX OWED BY THE PERSON'S CUSTOMER AS A RESULT OF TRANSACTIONS WITH THAT PERSON; CLARIFYING THAT A PERSON WITHOUT PHYSICAL PRESENCE IN THE STATE THAT HAS LESS THAN ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($100,000) IN GROSS RECEIPTS IS NOT ENGAGING IN BUSINESS PURSUANT TO THE GROSS RECEIPTS AND COMPENSATING TAX ACT; BARRING THE TAXATION AND REVENUE DEPARTMENT FROM ENFORCING COLLECTION OF THE GROSS RECEIPTS TAX IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.
HB 210 - Rep. Daymon Ely (DEM-NM)
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS CHANGES
01/23/2017 - House Consumer & Public Affairs Committee/House Judiciary Committee-House Consumer & Public Affairs Committee
RELATING TO CRIMINAL LAW; CLARIFYING THE CRIMES OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS AND EXTREME CRUELTY TO ANIMALS; PROVIDING DEFINITIONS; CLARIFYING THE APPLICATION OF THE PRACTICE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE; PROVIDING FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING; INCREASING THE PENALTY WHEN CRUELTY CAUSES DEATH OR GREAT BODILY HARM.
HB 221 - Rep. David Adkins (REP-NM)
PARENTAL NOTIFICATION OF ABORTION
01/24/2017 - House Consumer & Public Affairs Committee/HHHC/House Judiciary Committee-House Consumer & Public Affairs Committee
RELATING TO ABORTION; ENACTING THE PARENTAL NOTIFICATION OF ABORTION ACT; REQUIRING NOTIFICATION OF A PARENT OR GUARDIAN WHEN AN ABORTION IS TO BE PERFORMED ON A MINOR; CREATING EXCEPTIONS TO NOTIFICATION; REQUIRING REPORTING; ESTABLISHING PENALTIES; REPEALING THE CRIMINAL ABORTION STATUTE; DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
HB 235 - Rep. Patricio Ruiloba (DEM-NM)
PEACE OFFICER SURVIVORS BENEFITS
03/15/2017 - DO PASS committee report adopted-Senate Finance Committee- Withdrawn from committee for subsequent action
RELATING TO PEACE OFFICERS; CHANGING THE TITLE OF THE PEACE OFFICERS', NEW MEXICO MOUNTED PATROL MEMBERS' AND RESERVE POLICE OFFICERS' SURVIVORS SUPPLEMENTAL BENEFITS ACT; ADDING CORRECTIONS OFFICERS AND JAILERS TO THE PEACE OFFICERS' SURVIVORS SUPPLEMENTAL BENEFITS ACT.
HB 242 - Rep. Georgene Louis (DEM-NM)
ISOLATED CONFINEMENT ACT
01/25/2017 - HSIVC/House Judiciary Committee-HSIVC
RELATING TO CORRECTIONS; ENACTING THE ISOLATED CONFINEMENT ACT; PROVIDING RESTRICTIONS ON THE USE OF ISOLATED CONFINEMENT; REQUIRING REPORTING.
HB 253 - Rep. Deborah Armstrong (DEM-NM)
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY SCOPE OF PRACTICE
04/07/2017 - Passed Senate (32-0) POCKET Vetoed by the Governor.
RELATING TO PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE; AMENDING SECTIONS OF THE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ACT TO MAKE SCOPE OF PRACTICE CHANGES.
HB 301 - Rep. Gail Chasey (DEM-NM)
SUPPORT FOR TRANSFERRING STUDENTS
04/06/2017 - Passed Senate (34-0) Signed by the Governor (Apr. 6) Ch. 53.
RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS; AMENDING THE PUBLIC SCHOOL CODE TO REQUIRE THE SENDING SCHOOL DISTRICT AND THE RECEIVING SCHOOL DISTRICT ENROLLING A HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT WHO HAS EXPERIENCED DISRUPTION IN THE EDUCATION PROCESS THROUGH NO FAULT OF THE STUDENT TO PROVIDE THAT STUDENT WITH OPPORTUNITIES TO PARTICIPATE IN COMPARABLE SCHOOL ACADEMIC PROGRAMS AND EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES FOR WHICH THE STUDENT IS ELIGIBLE AND TO EARN CREDITS AND GRADUATE FROM HIGH SCHOOL.
HB 306 - Rep. Sheryl Stapleton (DEM-NM)
INTERVENTIONS FOR SOME NONVIOLENT OFFENDERS
04/06/2017 - Passed Senate (39-0) Vetoed by the Governor.
RELATING TO BEHAVIORAL HEALTH; PROVIDING FOR INTERVENTIONS FOR NONVIOLENT OFFENDERS WHO HAVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DIAGNOSES IN WAYS LIKELY TO REDUCE RECIDIVISM, DETENTION AND INCARCERATION.
HB 31 - Rep. Tim Lewis (REP-NM)
DRIVER'S LICENSE FOR SOME WITH ONLY 1 DWI
03/21/2017 - Signed by the Governor (Mar. 17) Ch. 17.
RELATING TO DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF INTOXICATING LIQUOR OR DRUGS; AMENDING THE IGNITION INTERLOCK LICENSING REQUIREMENT TO PROVIDE THAT A PERSON WITH ONLY ONE PRIOR CONVICTION FOR DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF INTOXICATING LIQUOR OR DRUGS IN ANOTHER JURISDICTION MAY OBTAIN A NEW MEXICO DRIVER'S LICENSE UPON PROOF OF COMPLETION OF ALL CONDITIONS OF THE PERSON'S SENTENCE.
HB 313 - Rep. Deborah Armstrong (DEM-NM)
SURPRISE BILLING PROTECTION ACT
02/24/2017 - DO PASS committee report adopted-House Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO HEALTH COVERAGE; ENACTING THE SURPRISE BILLING PROTECTION ACT; PROVIDING FOR PROTECTION OF COVERED PERSONS FROM UNEXPECTED BILLING FROM PROVIDERS THAT DO NOT PARTICIPATE IN A HEALTH BENEFITS PLAN; PROVIDING FOR DISPUTE RESOLUTION; ESTABLISHING PENALTIES.
HB 316 - Rep. Paul Bandy (REP-NM)
HIGH-RISK INSURANCE POOL ASSESSMENTS
02/20/2017 - WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION committee report adopted/a-HHHC
RELATING TO TAXATION; AMENDING SECTIONS OF THE MEDICAL INSURANCE POOL ACT; EXEMPTING MEDICAID MANAGED CARE PREMIUMS FROM NEW MEXICO MEDICAL INSURANCE POOL ASSESSMENT CALCULATIONS; REMOVING PREMIUM TAX CREDITS ON ASSESSMENTS FOR NEW MEXICO MEDICAL INSURANCE POOL EXPENSES; REMOVING ELIGIBILITY FOR NEW MEXICO MEDICAL INSURANCE POOL ENROLLMENT OF INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR SUBSIDIZED COVERAGE THROUGH THE NEW MEXICO HEALTH INSURANCE EXCHANGE.
HB 346 - Rep. Angelica Rubio (DEM-NM)
EXCEPTION FOR ASSAULT ON HEALTH CARE WORKERS
02/23/2017 - DO PASS committee report adopted-House Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO CRIMINAL LAW; CREATING A MENTAL ILLNESS EXCEPTION FOR ASSAULT OR BATTERY UPON A HEALTH CARE WORKER.
HB 367 - Rep. Elizabeth Thomson (DEM-NM)
AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER HEALTH COVERAGE
02/23/2017 - DO PASS, as amended, committee report adopted-House Consumer & Public Affairs Committee
RELATING TO HEALTH COVERAGE; AMENDING SECTIONS OF THE HEALTH CARE PURCHASING ACT, THE NEW MEXICO INSURANCE CODE, THE HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATION LAW AND THE NONPROFIT HEALTH CARE PLAN LAW TO REMOVE LIMITS ON COVERAGE FOR AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER TREATMENT.
HB 370 - Rep. Rebecca Dow (REP-NM)
OPIOID OVERDOSE EDUCATION
04/06/2017 - Passed Senate (37-0) Signed by the Governor (Apr. 6) Ch. 59.
RELATING TO HEALTH; ENACTING NEW SECTIONS OF THE NMSA 1978 TO REQUIRE THAT CERTAIN PERSONS PROVIDE OPIOID OVERDOSE EDUCATION AND NALOXONE TO PREVENT OPIOID OVERDOSE DEATHS.
HB 394 - Rep. Rodolpho Martinez (DEM-NM)
GUARDIANSHIP AFFIDAVIT & PRE-SCHOOL CARE
04/06/2017 - Passed Senate (38-0) Signed by the Governor (Apr. 6) Ch. 62.
RELATING TO KINSHIP GUARDIANSHIP; AMENDING THE CAREGIVER'S AUTHORIZATION AFFIDAVIT TO INCLUDE PRE-SCHOOL CARE.
HB 403 - Rep. Elizabeth Thomson (DEM-NM)
AUTISM SPECTRUM COVERAGE REGARDLESS OF AGE
03/13/2017 - Senate Finance Committee
RELATING TO PUBLIC ASSISTANCE; REQUIRING MEDICAL ASSISTANCE COVERAGE FOR AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER TO RECIPIENTS REGARDLESS OF AGE.
HB 411 - Rep. Doreen Gallegos (DEM-NM)
POINTS OF CONTACT FOR CERTAIN STUDENTS
04/06/2017 - Passed Senate (37-0) Signed by the Governor (Apr. 6) Ch. 64.
RELATING TO CHILDREN; ENACTING A NEW SECTION OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL CODE TO REQUIRE SCHOOLS TO APPOINT A PERSON WHO IS A POINT OF CONTACT FOR STUDENTS IN FOSTER CARE AND STUDENTS INVOLVED IN THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM; ENACTING A NEW SECTION OF THE ABUSE AND NEGLECT ACT TO REQUIRE THE CHILDREN'S COURT TO APPOINT AN EDUCATIONAL DECISION MAKER FOR STUDENTS IN FOSTER CARE.
HB 43 - Rep. Sharon Clahchischilliage (REP-NM)
SEXUAL OFFENSE DEFINITIONS
03/13/2017 - DO PASS committee report adopted-Senate Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO SEXUAL OFFENSES; ADDING TO THE DEFINITION OF ""FORCE OR COERCION"" IN CERTAIN SEXUAL OFFENSES; EXPANDING THE SCOPE OF CRIMINAL SEXUAL PENETRATION; MODIFYING THE SCOPE OF CRIMINAL SEXUAL CONTACT OF A MINOR.
HB 433 - Rep. Candy Ezzell (REP-NM)
VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION ACT
03/11/2017 - Senate Rules Committee
RELATING TO EXECUTIVE REORGANIZATION; ENACTING THE VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION ACT; MOVING THE VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION DIVISION FROM THE PUBLIC EDUCATION DEPARTMENT TO THE WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS DEPARTMENT; MOVING CERTAIN PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO THE BLIND TO CHAPTER 28 NMSA 1978; PROVIDING FOR THE TRANSFER OF MONEY, APPROPRIATIONS, PERSONNEL AND PROPERTY; AMENDING, REPEALING, ENACTING AND RECOMPILING SECTIONS OF THE NMSA 1978.
HB 451 - Rep. Elizabeth Thomson (DEM-NM)
COMMUNITY SCHOOLS & PRE-K DEFINITIONS
03/15/2017 - House Appropriations & Finance Committee ref Withdrawn from committee for subsequent action- House Education Committee- DO PASS, as amended, committee report adopted-House Appropriations & Finance Committee- Withdrawn from committee for subsequent action
RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS; CHANGING THE DEFINITIONS OF ""SCHOOL-AGE PERSON"" AND ""PRE-KINDERGARTEN"" FOR THE PURPOSES OF COMMUNITY SCHOOLS; TRACKING THE COMMUNITY SCHOOLS ACT WITH THE FEDERAL EVERY STUDENT SUCCEEDS ACT; ADDING EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND VOLUNTARY PRE-KINDERGARTEN AS ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS; REQUIRING THE PUBLIC EDUCATION DEPARTMENT TO USE TITLE 1 FUNDING TO INVEST IN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS STATEWIDE.
HB 454 - Rep. Dennis Roch (REP-NM)
CHARTERING OF VIRTUAL CHARTER SCHOOLS
02/15/2017 - House Education Committee/House Appropriations & Finance Committee-House Education Committee
RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS; PROVIDING CONDITIONS FOR CHARTERING AS A VIRTUAL CHARTER SCHOOL; CHANGING THE DEFINITION OF ""SCHOOL"" TO RECOGNIZE VIRTUAL CHARTER SCHOOLS; ADDING DEFINITIONS; DISALLOWING CERTAIN PROGRAM UNITS; REDUCING PROGRAM UNITS; PROVIDING FOR AUTOMATIC CLOSURE FOR LACK OF ACADEMIC GROWTH; LIMITING PUBLIC SCHOOL CAPITAL OUTLAY.
HB 471 - Rep. Antonio Maestas (DEM-NM)
CONFINEMENT DETENTION & TIME SERVED CREDIT
03/08/2017 - DO PASS committee report adopted-House Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE; CLARIFYING CONFINEMENT DETENTION TIME ELIGIBLE FOR CREDIT AGAINST SENTENCE.
HB 477 - Rep. Roberto Gonzales (DEM-NM)
COMMUNITY SCHOOLS INITIATIVES
04/06/2017 - Passed Senate (38-0) Signed by the Governor (Apr. 6) Ch. 66.
RELATING TO PUBLIC EDUCATION; REQUIRING COMMUNITY SCHOOLS INITIATIVES TO INCLUDE AN INDEPENDENTLY EVALUATED, EVIDENCE-BASED OR RESULTS-BASED COMMUNITY SCHOOLS MODEL DESIGNED TO IMPROVE ACADEMIC OUTCOMES, INCREASE ATTENDANCE AND STRENGTHEN BEHAVIOR FOR ALL STUDENTS; MAKING AN APPROPRIATION.
HB 483 - Rep. Jason Harper (REP-NM)
ENHANCED CONCEALED CARRY FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
02/16/2017 - House Consumer & Public Affairs Committee/House Judiciary Committee-House Consumer & Public Affairs Committee
RELATING TO CONCEALED HANDGUNS; PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF AN ENHANCED CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSE TO A PERSON WHO IS CERTIFIED OR IS ELIGIBLE TO BE CERTIFIED AS A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER OR WHO MEETS CERTAIN HANDGUN PROFICIENCY AND CRIMINAL BACKGROUND REQUIREMENTS; PROVIDING EXEMPTIONS TO CERTAIN PROHIBITIONS ON CARRYING A CONCEALED HANDGUN FOR A PERSON WITH AN ENHANCED CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSE.
HB 496 - Rep. Roberto Gonzales (DEM-NM)
MOVE DMV TO DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION
02/16/2017 - HSIVC/House Appropriations & Finance Committee-HSIVC
RELATING TO EXECUTIVE REORGANIZATION; MOVING THE MOTOR VEHICLE DIVISION OF THE TAXATION AND REVENUE DEPARTMENT TO THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION; TRANSFERRING FUNCTIONS, PERSONNEL, APPROPRIATIONS, MONEY, PROPERTY, CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS AND STATUTORY REFERENCES.
HB 5 - Rep. Larry Larranaga (REP-NM)
SUPPLEMENTAL GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS
05/24/2017 - House Appropriations & Finance Committee-House Appropriations & Finance Committee Action postponed indefinitely.
HB 79 - Rep. Nate Gentry (REP-NM)
HATE CRIMES AGAINST LAW ENFORCEMENT
01/18/2017 - House Consumer & Public Affairs Committee/House Judiciary Committee/House Appropriations & Finance Committee-House Consumer & Public Affairs Committee
RELATING TO CRIMINAL LAW; PROVIDING FOR THE ALTERATION OF A BASIC SENTENCE WHEN A CRIME IS MOTIVATED BY HATE AGAINST A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, OR A FIREFIGHTER OR AN EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES; AMENDING THE HATE CRIMES ACT.
HB 8 - Rep. Jason Harper (REP-NM)
TAX REFORM
05/24/2017 - HLEDC/House Taxation & Revenue Committee-HLEDC Action postponed indefinitely.
RELATING TO TAXATION; AMENDING THE UNIFORM DIVISION OF INCOME FOR TAX PURPOSES ACT TO DETERMINE THE IN-STATE SALES OF INTANGIBLE PROPERTY AND SERVICES BASED ON MARKET SOURCING; RENAMING GROSS RECEIPTS TAXES TO SALES TAXES AND THE COMPENSATING TAX TO THE USE TAX; PROVIDING THAT A PERSON WITHOUT PHYSICAL PRESENCE IN THIS STATE THAT HAS LESS THAN ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($100,000) IN GROSS RECEIPTS IS NOT ENGAGING IN BUSINESS; PROVIDING ALTERNATIVE EVIDENCE OTHER THAN A NONTAXABLE TRANSACTION CERTIFICATE TO ENTITLE PERSONS TO A DEDUCTION FROM GROSS RECEIPTS; CONVERTING A DISTRIBUTION OF THE GROSS RECEIPTS TAX TO MUNICIPALITIES TO A NEW MUNICIPAL SALES TAX INCREMENT; OFFSETTING THE STATE SALES TAX RATE BY THE AMOUNT OF THE NEW MUNICIPAL SALES TAX INCREMENT AND FURTHER REDUCING THE STATE ...
HB 85 - Rep. Deborah Armstrong (DEM-NM)
INVESTIGATION OF BOARD & CARE FACILITIES
04/07/2017 - House concurred in Senate amendments Vetoed by the Governor.
RELATING TO PROTECTION OF VULNERABLE PERSONS; PROVIDING POWERS AND DUTIES TO LICENSE, PERMIT AND REPORT ON BOARD AND CARE FACILITIES; AUTHORIZING THE MEDICAID FRAUD CONTROL UNIT IN THE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO INVESTIGATE AND PROSECUTE ABUSE, NEGLECT AND MISAPPROPRIATION OF FUNDS IN BOARD AND CARE FACILITIES.
HJM 7 - Rep. Elizabeth Thomson (DEM-NM)
IMPACT OF AFFORDABLE CARE ACT REPEAL
02/14/2017 - DO PASS committee report adopted
HM 39 - Rep. Jane Powdrell-Culbert (REP-NM)
ABQ ALUMNAE CHAPTER OF DELTA SIGMA THETA
02/13/2017 - Withdrawn from committee for subsequent action - Passed House (70-0)- Signed by one or both houses
HM 47 - Rep. Antonio Maestas (DEM-NM)
VIRTUES OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
03/11/2017 - Signed by one or both houses
HM 61 - Rep. Deborah Armstrong (DEM-NM)
""#CHOOSEPT DAY""
02/24/2017 - Withdrawn from committee for subsequent action - Passed House (70-0)- Signed by one or both houses
SB 104 - Sen. Carroll Leavell (REP-NM)
INSURANCE CODE CHANGES
02/08/2017 - Withdrawn from committee for subsequent action - Tabled indefinitely.
RELATING TO INSURANCE; AMENDING SECTIONS OF THE NEW MEXICO INSURANCE CODE; REMOVING THE REQUIREMENT THAT THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE COMPLY WITH THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES ACT; AMENDING REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO EXAMINATION REPORTS AND INVESTIGATORY HEARINGS; CHANGING ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT FILING PENALTIES; ENACTING A SEVERABILITY SECTION TO THE RISK-BASED CAPITAL ACT; CLARIFYING AND AMENDING THE CALCULATION AND REPORTING OF PREMIUM TAX; CLARIFYING THE USE OF NEW MEXICO MEDICAL INSURANCE POOL ASSESSMENTS AS PREMIUM TAX CREDITS; AMENDING PREMIUM TAX AND FEE LATE FILING AND PAYMENT PENALTIES; PROVIDING TIERED PENALTIES FOR LATE FILING AND PAYMENT OF TAXES AND FEES; REMOVING STOP-LOSS INSURANCE FROM THE LIST OF ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE PRODUCTS; REVISING VARIOUS REQUIREMENTS ...
SB 106 - Sen. Howie Morales (DEM-NM)
EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICES DEPARTMENT
02/06/2017 - DO PASS committee report adopted-Senate Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO STATE GOVERNMENT; CREATING THE EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICES DEPARTMENT; PROVIDING POWERS AND DUTIES; ASSIGNING LEAD DEPARTMENT STATUS FOR CERTAIN FEDERAL PROGRAMS AND GRANTS; TRANSFERRING PROGRAMS, FUNCTIONS, PERSONNEL, APPROPRIATIONS, MONEY, RECORDS, PROPERTY, CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS AND STATUTORY REFERENCES; REPEALING NONCONFORMING SECTIONS OF LAW; PRESCRIBING PENALTIES.
SB 109 - Sen. Joseph Cervantes (DEM-NM)
WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS GENDER-NEUTRAL LANGUAGE
03/16/2017 - DO PASS committee report adopted-House Judiciary Committee- DO PASS committee report adopted
RELATING TO LABOR CONDITIONS; MAKING CHAPTER 50, ARTICLE 4 NMSA 1978 GENDER-NEUTRAL; MAKING RELATED STYLE AMENDMENTS TO THE NMSA 1978.
SB 11 - Sen. Gerald Ortiz y Pino (DEM-NM)
CHILD EARLY INTERVENTION REIMBURSEMENT BASIS
04/06/2017 - Passed House (62-0) Vetoed by the Governor.
RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES; ENACTING A NEW SECTION OF THE PUBLIC ASSISTANCE ACT TO DIRECT THE HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT TO CHANGE THE BASIS FOR REIMBURSEMENT OF PREVENTIVE AND EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES FOR CHILDREN.
SB 115 - Sen. William Soules (DEM-NM)
SAFE SCHOOLS FOR ALL STUDENTS ACT
03/16/2017 - DO PASS committee report adopted
RELATING TO EDUCATION; ENACTING THE SAFE SCHOOLS FOR ALL STUDENTS ACT TO REQUIRE THE PUBLIC EDUCATION DEPARTMENT TO PROMULGATE RULES THAT REQUIRE SCHOOL DISTRICTS TO DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT BULLYING PREVENTION POLICIES AND PROGRAMS; REPEALING A SECTION OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL CODE.
SB 120 - Sen. Jacob Candelaria (DEM-NM)
VITAL RECORD SEX DESIGNATION
04/07/2017 - Passed House (36-26) POCKET Vetoed by the Governor.
RELATING TO VITAL STATISTICS; AMENDING A SECTION OF THE VITAL STATISTICS ACT TO PROVIDE FOR AMENDMENT OF SEX DESIGNATION ON VITAL RECORDS.
SB 121 - Sen. Jacob Candelaria (DEM-NM)
NO CONVERSION THERAPY
04/07/2017 - Senate concurred in House amendments Signed by the Governor (Apr. 7) Ch.132.
RELATING TO PROFESSIONAL SERVICES; ENACTING A NEW SECTION OF THE UNFAIR PRACTICES ACT TO DECLARE CONVERSION THERAPY TO BE UNLAWFUL WITHIN THE MEANING OF THE UNFAIR PRACTICES ACT; ENACTING NEW SECTIONS OF THE NURSING PRACTICE ACT, THE MEDICAL PRACTICE ACT, THE PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST ACT, THE OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE ACT, THE COUNSELING AND THERAPY PRACTICE ACT AND THE SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE ACT TO LIST CONVERSION THERAPY AS GROUNDS FOR DISCIPLINARY ACTION.
SB 130 - Sen. John Arthur Smith (DEM-NM)
GENERAL APPROPRIATION ACT OF 2017
01/23/2017 - Senate Finance Committee
SB 136 - Sen. George Munoz (DEM-NM)
DRIVER'S LICENSE FOR SOME WITH ONLY 1 DWI
04/06/2017 - Senate concurred in House amendments Signed by the Governor (Apr. 6) Ch. 79.
RELATING TO DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF INTOXICATING LIQUOR OR DRUGS; AMENDING THE IGNITION INTERLOCK LICENSING REQUIREMENT TO PROVIDE THAT A PERSON WITH ONLY ONE PRIOR CONVICTION FOR DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF INTOXICATING LIQUOR OR DRUGS IN ANOTHER JURISDICTION MAY OBTAIN A NEW MEXICO DRIVER'S LICENSE UPON PROOF OF COMPLETION OF ALL CONDITIONS OF THE PERSON'S SENTENCE.
SB 142 - Sen. Richard Martinez (DEM-NM)
FUNDS FOR AOC DIRECTOR DUTIES
04/07/2017 - Passed House (60-0) POCKET Vetoed by the Governor.
RELATING TO THE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS; ALLOWING THE DIRECTOR TO RECEIVE FUNDS TO CARRY OUT THE DUTIES OF THE OFFICE.
SB 165 - Sen. Richard Martinez (DEM-NM)
FUNDS FOR AOC DIRECTOR DUTIES
01/24/2017 - Senate Judiciary Committee/Senate Finance Committee-Senate Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO THE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS; ALLOWING THE DIRECTOR TO RECEIVE FUNDS TO CARRY OUT THE DUTIES OF THE OFFICE.
SB 172 - Sen. William Burt (REP-NM)
STATEWIDE HEALTH SECURITY ACT
02/10/2017 - DO NOT PASS committee report adopted-Committee substitute/DO PASS committee report adopted-Senate Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO HEALTH CARE; ENACTING THE HEALTH SECURITY ACT TO PROVIDE FOR COMPREHENSIVE STATEWIDE HEALTH CARE; PROVIDING FOR HEALTH CARE PLANNING; ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES TO CONTAIN HEALTH CARE COSTS; CREATING A COMMISSION; PROVIDING FOR ITS POWERS AND DUTIES; PROVIDING FOR HEALTH CARE DELIVERY REGIONS AND REGIONAL COUNCILS; DIRECTING AND AUTHORIZING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A HEALTH SECURITY PLAN; PROVIDING FOR TRANSFER OF HEALTH INSURANCE EXCHANGE PERSONAL PROPERTY TO THE COMMISSION; PROVIDING PENALTIES; AMENDING A SECTION OF THE TORT CLAIMS ACT; PROVIDING FOR DELAYED REPEAL; MAKING AN APPROPRIATION.
SB 185 - Sen. Mary Kay Papen (DEM-NM)
ISOLATED CONFINEMENT ACT
02/17/2017 - WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION committee report adopted-Senate Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO CORRECTIONS; ENACTING THE ISOLATED CONFINEMENT ACT; PROVIDING RESTRICTIONS ON THE USE OF ISOLATED CONFINEMENT; REQUIRING REPORTING.
SB 187 - Sen. Mary Kay Papen (DEM-NM)
PROTECTION OF VULNERABLE ADULTS
02/17/2017 - DO PASS committee report adopted-Senate Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO PROTECTION OF VULNERABLE PERSONS; PROVIDING POWERS AND DUTIES TO LICENSE, PERMIT AND REPORT ON BOARD AND CARE FACILITIES; AUTHORIZING THE MEDICAID FRAUD CONTROL UNIT IN THE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO INVESTIGATE AND PROSECUTE ABUSE, NEGLECT AND MISAPPROPRIATION OF FUNDS IN BOARD AND CARE FACILITIES.
SB 189 - Sen. Linda Lopez (DEM-NM)
HEALTH INFO EXCHANGE LIABILITY & PLANNING
03/02/2017 - DO NOT PASS committee report adopted-Committee substitute/DO PASS committee report adopted-Senate Finance Committee
RELATING TO HEALTH CARE INFORMATION; LIMITING LIABILITY FOR PARTICIPATION IN A HEALTH INFORMATION EXCHANGE; REQUIRING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PLAN FOR THE INTEROPERABILITY OF ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS ACROSS HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS STATEWIDE; REQUIRING PARTICIPATION IN A STATEWIDE INTEROPERABLE INTEGRATED HEALTH INFORMATION EXCHANGE; PROVIDING FOR CRIMINAL PENALTIES.
SB 20 - Sen. Michael Padilla (DEM-NM)
CHILD OUT-OF-HOME CARE ACTIVITIES & PLANNING
01/17/2017 - Senate Public Affairs Committee/Senate Judiciary Committee-Senate Public Affairs Committee
RELATING TO CHILDREN; PROVIDING THAT CHILDREN PLACED IN OUT-OF-HOME CARE SHALL BE PERMITTED TO PARTICIPATE IN AGE-APPROPRIATE ACTIVITIES; AMENDING THE ABUSE AND NEGLECT ACT TO PROVIDE THAT A CHILD SHALL BE PERMITTED TO PARTICIPATE IN DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHILD'S CASE AND TRANSITION PLAN AS DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE.
SB 206 - Sen. John Sapien (DEM-NM)
STATE EARLY LEARNING ADVISORY COUNCIL CHANGES
04/07/2017 - Passed House (62-0) Vetoed by the Governor.
RELATING TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION; CHANGING THE COMPOSITION AND TERMS OF THE STATE EARLY LEARNING ADVISORY COUNCIL; REQUIRING LIMITED TERMS FOR COUNCIL MEMBERS; EXPANDING REQUIREMENTS FOR RECOMMENDATIONS BY THE COUNCIL TO THE CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES DEPARTMENT AND THE LEGISLATURE; EXTENDING THE SUNSET DATE FOR THE COUNCIL.
SB 213 - Sen. Gay Kernan (REP-NM)
SUPPORT FOR TRANSFERRING STUDENTS
04/06/2017 - DO PASS committee report adopted - Passed House (60-0) Signed by the Governor (Apr. 6) Ch. 85.
RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS; AMENDING THE PUBLIC SCHOOL CODE TO REQUIRE THE SENDING SCHOOL DISTRICT AND THE RECEIVING SCHOOL DISTRICT ENROLLING A HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT WHO HAS EXPERIENCED DISRUPTION IN THE EDUCATION PROCESS THROUGH NO FAULT OF THE STUDENT TO PROVIDE THAT STUDENT WITH OPPORTUNITIES TO PARTICIPATE IN COMPARABLE SCHOOL ACADEMIC PROGRAMS AND EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES FOR WHICH THE STUDENT IS ELIGIBLE AND TO EARN CREDITS AND GRADUATE FROM HIGH SCHOOL.
SB 214 - Sen. Jacob Candelaria (DEM-NM)
STATE WORKFORCE AGENCY PROGRAM FUNCTIONS
02/22/2017 - DO NOT PASS committee report adopted-Committee substitute/DO PASS committee report adopted-Senate Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO PUBLIC ASSISTANCE; AMENDING SECTIONS OF THE NEW MEXICO WORKS ACT TO DEFINE AND ESTABLISH SOME PROGRAM FUNCTIONS OF THE STATE WORKFORCE AGENCY.
SB 223 - Sen. Daniel Ivey-Soto (DEM-NM)
ESSENTIAL HEALTH & DISEASE FUNCTIONS
04/06/2017 - Passed House (65-0) Signed by the Governor (Apr. 6) Ch. 87.
RELATING TO HEALTH; AMENDING, REPEALING AND ENACTING SECTIONS OF THE NMSA 1978 RELATING TO ESSENTIAL HEALTH SERVICES AND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH FUNCTIONS, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS, CONDITIONS OF PUBLIC HEALTH IMPORTANCE, COMMUNICABLE DISEASES, ISOLATION AND QUARANTINE AND SCHOOL HEALTH CARE OVERSIGHT.
SB 252 - Deborah A. Armstrong
END OF LIFE OPTIONS ACT
03/15/2017 - Failed passage in Senate, Bill Has Died (20-22).
RELATING TO HEALTH CARE; ENACTING THE END OF LIFE OPTIONS ACT; AMENDING A SECTION OF CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE 2 NMSA 1978 TO ESTABLISH RIGHTS, PROCEDURES AND PROTECTIONS RELATING TO MEDICAL AID IN DYING; REMOVING CRIMINAL LIABILITY FOR ATTENDING HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS WHO PROVIDE ASSISTANCE PURSUANT TO THE END OF LIFE OPTIONS ACT.
SB 289 - Sen. Michael Padilla (DEM-NM)
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION DEPT. ACT
02/13/2017 - DO PASS committee report adopted-Senate Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION; ENACTING THE EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION DEPARTMENT ACT; CREATING THE EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION DEPARTMENT; PROVIDING POWERS AND DUTIES; PROVIDING FOR VOLUNTARY PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN FROM BIRTH TO AGE FIVE; PROVIDING FOR BACKGROUND CHECKS, EMPLOYMENT PROHIBITIONS AND CONFIDENTIALITY OF RECORDS; TRANSFERRING PROGRAMS, FUNCTIONS, PERSONNEL, APPROPRIATIONS, MONEY, RECORDS, PROPERTY, CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS AND STATUTORY REFERENCES; REPEALING NONCONFORMING SECTIONS OF LAW; PRESCRIBING PENALTIES; MAKING AN APPROPRIATION.
SB 3 - Patricia A. Lundstrom
SUPPLEMENTAL GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS
05/24/2017 - DO PASS committee report adopted Action postponed indefinitely.
SB 313 - Sen. John Sapien (DEM-NM)
CHARTER SCHOOL FACILITIES & LEASES
03/16/2017 - House Education Committee
RELATING TO PUBLIC EDUCATION; AMENDING THE PUBLIC SCHOOL CODE TO CLARIFY THE USE OF SCHOOL DISTRICT FACILITIES FOR CHARTER SCHOOLS AND ELIGIBILITY FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL CAPITAL OUTLAY COUNCIL GRANTS PAID FROM THE PUBLIC SCHOOL CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND FOR LEASE PAYMENTS; MAKING CLARIFYING CHANGES TO THE PUBLIC SCHOOL LEASE PURCHASE ACT REGARDING LEASE PURCHASE AGREEMENTS, INCLUDING ALLOWABLE INTEREST RATES AND PAYMENTS, AND CERTAIN AGREEMENT COMPONENTS REQUIRING PUBLIC EDUCATION DEPARTMENT APPROVAL.
SB 343 - Sen. Ron Griggs (REP-NM)
CHANGES TO TAX CODE PROVISIONS
02/07/2017 - Senate Corporations & Transportation Committee/Senate Finance Committee-Senate Corporations & Transportation Committee
RELATING TO TAXATION; EXEMPTING DIVIDENDS AND INTEREST FROM THE INCOME OF PERSONS OVER THE AGE OF FIFTY-FIVE; REDUCING THE TAX CREDITS FOR CERTAIN CONVEYANCES OF REAL PROPERTY; INCREASING THE WORKING FAMILIES TAX CREDIT; REDUCING THE RURAL HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONER TAX CREDIT; INCREASING THE VETERAN EMPLOYMENT TAX CREDITS; REDUCING THE CORPORATE INCOME TAX RATE; ENACTING THE GROSS RECEIPTS TAXES ON FOOD AND HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONER SERVICES ACT; DISTRIBUTING THE REVENUE FROM THOSE TAXES TO MUNICIPALITIES AND COUNTIES; REDUCING CERTAIN DEDUCTIONS FROM GROSS RECEIPTS; INCREASING THE MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE TAX; DISTRIBUTING ONE-HALF OF THE REVENUE FROM THE MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE TAX TO THE STATE ROAD FUND; ENACTING THE RECORDATION TAX ACT; REPEALING THE HOLD HARMLESS DISTRIBUTIONS TO ...
SB 346 - Sen. Gerald Ortiz y Pino (DEM-NM)
CHARTER SCHOOL FREE & REDUCED MEALS
02/07/2017 - Senate Education Committee/Senate Finance Committee-Senate Education Committee
RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS; AMENDING THE PUBLIC SCHOOL CODE TO REQUIRE ALL LOCALLY CHARTERED AND STATE-CHARTERED CHARTER SCHOOLS TO ESTABLISH ELIGIBILITY AND PARTICIPATE IN THE FEDERAL FREE AND REDUCED-PRICE MEAL PROGRAM.
SB 361 - Sen. Gregory Baca (REP-NM)
PARENTAL NOTIFICATION OF ABORTION ACT
02/08/2017 - Senate Public Affairs Committee/Senate Judiciary Committee-Senate Public Affairs Committee
RELATING TO ABORTION; ENACTING THE PARENTAL NOTIFICATION OF ABORTION ACT; REQUIRING NOTIFICATION OF A PARENT OR GUARDIAN WHEN AN ABORTION IS TO BE PERFORMED ON A MINOR; DEFINING ""MINOR"" AS A FEMALE FIFTEEN YEARS OF AGE OR YOUNGER; CREATING EXCEPTIONS TO NOTIFICATION; REQUIRING REPORTING; ESTABLISHING PENALTIES; REPEALING THE CRIMINAL ABORTION STATUTE.
SB 367 - Sen. Carroll Leavell (REP-NM)
INSURANCE CODE CHANGES
04/07/2017 - DO PASS committee report adopted - Passed House (65-0) Signed by the Governor (Apr. 6) Ch.130.
RELATING TO INSURANCE; AMENDING SECTIONS OF THE NEW MEXICO INSURANCE CODE; AMENDING REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO EXAMINATION REPORTS AND INVESTIGATORY HEARINGS; CHANGING ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT FILING PENALTIES; ENACTING A SEVERABILITY SECTION TO THE RISK-BASED CAPITAL ACT; REMOVING STOP-LOSS INSURANCE FROM THE LIST OF ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE PRODUCTS; ALLOWING ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURERS TO WRITE STOP-LOSS INSURANCE; ALLOWING CASUALTY INSURERS TO CONTINUE TO WRITE ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE; REVISING VARIOUS REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO SURPLUS LINES INSURANCE; ALLOWING INSURERS TO PAY CLAIMS BY ELECTRONIC FUND TRANSFER; AMENDING THE INSURANCE FRAUD ACT TO ESTABLISH A FEE PAYMENT DEADLINE AND LATE PAYMENT PENALTY; INCLUDING STUDENT HEALTH POLICIES WITHIN PROVISIONS RELATING TO ...
SB 369 - Sen. Pat Woods (REP-NM)
EMPLOYMENT RETENTION & ADVANCEMENT BONUS PGM
02/09/2017 - Senate Public Affairs Committee/Senate Judiciary Committee/Senate Finance Committee-Senate Public Affairs Committee
RELATING TO PUBLIC ASSISTANCE; AMENDING AND ENACTING SECTIONS OF THE NEW MEXICO WORKS ACT TO PROVIDE FOR REIMPLEMENTATION OF THE EMPLOYMENT RETENTION AND ADVANCEMENT BONUS INCENTIVE PROGRAM AND TO ESTABLISH WORK PARTICIPATION OUTCOME REQUIREMENTS AND REPORTING; MAKING AN APPROPRIATION.
SB 397 - Sen. Linda Lopez (DEM-NM)
SCHOOL PROTECTIONS FOR CERTAIN STUDENTS
02/14/2017 - Senate Education Committee/Senate Judiciary Committee-Senate Education Committee
RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS; ENACTING NEW SECTIONS OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL CODE AS ""MICHAEL'S LAW""; PROVIDING FOR THE PROTECTION OF STUDENTS IN NEED OF ACCOMMODATION WHO ARE ACCUSED OF SANCTIONED OFFENSES TO PROVIDE SUPPORTIVE SERVICES AND DUE PROCESS; LIMITING THE USE OF RESTRAINT AND SECLUSION; PROVIDING FOR NOTICE TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS; PROVIDING FOR ANNUAL REPORTS.
SB 407 - Sen. Gay Kernan (REP-NM)
SUBSTANCE ABUSE ASSOCIATE SCOPE OF PRACTICE
03/08/2017 - DO NOT PASS committee report adopted-Committee substitute/DO PASS committee report adopted-Senate Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE; AMENDING PROVISIONS RELATING TO SUBSTANCE ABUSE ASSOCIATE SCOPE OF PRACTICE.
SB 418 - Sen. George Munoz (DEM-NM)
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS
02/15/2017 - Senate Judiciary Committee/Senate Finance Committee-Senate Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO HEALTH; ENACTING THE PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS ACT; ALLOWING THE STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS TO ENTER INTO LONG-TERM PARTNERSHIPS WITH PRIVATE SECTOR PARTNERS TO FACILITATE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROJECTS; PROVIDING POWERS AND DUTIES.
SB 445 - Sen. Cisco McSorley (DEM-NM)
COMMUNITY SCHOOLS & PRE-K DEFINITIONS
02/22/2017 - DO PASS committee report adopted-Senate Finance Committee
RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS; CHANGING THE DEFINITIONS OF ""SCHOOL-AGE PERSON"" AND ""PRE-KINDERGARTEN"" FOR THE PURPOSES OF COMMUNITY SCHOOLS; TRACKING THE COMMUNITY SCHOOLS ACT WITH THE FEDERAL EVERY STUDENT SUCCEEDS ACT; ADDING EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND VOLUNTARY PRE-KINDERGARTEN AS ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS; REQUIRING THE PUBLIC EDUCATION DEPARTMENT TO USE TITLE 1 FUNDING TO INVEST IN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS STATEWIDE.
SB 447 - Sen. Linda Lopez (DEM-NM)
GUARDIANSHIP AFFIDAVIT & PRE-SCHOOL CARE
03/08/2017 - DO PASS, as amended, committee report adopted-Senate Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO KINSHIP GUARDIANSHIP; AMENDING THE CAREGIVER'S AUTHORIZATION AFFIDAVIT TO INCLUDE PRE-SCHOOL CARE.
SB 457 - Sen. Stuart Ingle (REP-NM)
GROSS RECEIPTS TAX CHANGES
02/16/2017 - Senate Corporations & Transportation Committee/Senate Finance Committee-Senate Corporations & Transportation Committee
RELATING TO TAXATION; ADJUSTING CERTAIN HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY DEDUCTIONS AND EXEMPTIONS FROM GROSS RECEIPTS AND GOVERNMENTAL GROSS RECEIPTS; ELIMINATING THE HOLD HARMLESS DISTRIBUTION TO OFFSET THE HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONER DEDUCTION; DEFINING ""NET PATIENT CARE REVENUE"" IN THE GROSS RECEIPTS AND COMPENSATING TAX ACT; IMPOSING THE STATE GROSS RECEIPTS TAX ON THE NET PATIENT CARE REVENUE OF A NONPROFIT HOSPITAL; IMPOSING THE GOVERNMENTAL GROSS RECEIPTS TAX ON THE NET PATIENT CARE REVENUE OF A GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL; DISTRIBUTING THE NET GOVERNMENTAL GROSS RECEIPTS ATTRIBUTABLE TO NET PATIENT CARE REVENUE TO THE GENERAL FUND; INCREASING A GROSS RECEIPTS TAX DEDUCTION FOR HOSPITALS LICENSED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH; ALLOWING A GOVERNMENTAL GROSS RECEIPTS TAX DEDUCTION FOR HOSPITALS LICENSED BY ...
SB 469 - Sen. Steven Neville (REP-NM)
HIGH-RISK INSURANCE POOL ASSESSMENTS
02/16/2017 - Senate Corporations & Transportation Committee/Senate Finance Committee-Senate Corporations & Transportation Committee
RELATING TO TAXATION; AMENDING SECTIONS OF THE MEDICAL INSURANCE POOL ACT; EXEMPTING MEDICAID MANAGED CARE PREMIUMS FROM NEW MEXICO MEDICAL INSURANCE POOL ASSESSMENT CALCULATIONS; REMOVING PREMIUM TAX CREDITS ON ASSESSMENTS FOR NEW MEXICO MEDICAL INSURANCE POOL EXPENSES; REMOVING ELIGIBILITY FOR NEW MEXICO MEDICAL INSURANCE POOL ENROLLMENT OF INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR COVERAGE THROUGH THE NEW MEXICO HEALTH INSURANCE EXCHANGE OR THE COMMERCIAL INSURANCE MARKET.
SB 66 - Sen. Mimi Stewart (DEM-NM)
SCHOOL FUND TRANSPORTATION DISTRIBUTION
01/17/2017 - Senate Education Committee/Senate Finance Committee-Senate Education Committee
RELATING TO PUBLIC EDUCATION; CREATING A TRANSPORTATION DISTRIBUTION FOR SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND STATE-CHARTERED CHARTER SCHOOLS AND ESTABLISHING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE EXPENDITURE OF ITS PROCEEDS.
SB 83 - Sen. Gerald Ortiz y Pino (DEM-NM)
REMOVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH FROM MANAGED CARE
02/01/2017 - WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION committee report adopted-Senate Finance Committee
RELATING TO PUBLIC ASSISTANCE; AMENDING A SECTION OF THE PUBLIC ASSISTANCE ACT TO REMOVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES FROM THOSE SERVICES THAT THE HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT PROVIDES TO MEDICAID RECIPIENTS THROUGH MANAGED CARE.
SB 84 - Sen. Gerald Ortiz y Pino (DEM-NM)
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH COLLABORATIVE MEMBERSHIP
03/15/2017 - DO PASS committee report adopted
RELATING TO BEHAVIORAL HEALTH; ADDING REPRESENTATIVES OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROVIDERS AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATIONS TO THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE INTERAGENCY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PURCHASING COLLABORATIVE; DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
SB 90 - Sen. Mary Kay Papen (DEM-NM)
CONDITIONAL PRESCRIPTION CERTIFICATES
04/07/2017 - DO PASS committee report adopted - Passed House (51-0) POCKET Vetoed by the Governor.
RELATING TO HEALTH CARE; UPDATING PROVISIONS OF THE PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST ACT RELATING TO PRESCRIBING PSYCHOLOGISTS AND PSYCHOLOGISTS WITH A CONDITIONAL PRESCRIPTION CERTIFICATE; DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
SB 91 - Sen. Mary Kay Papen (DEM-NM)
CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE DAMAGE LIMITS
04/06/2017 - Passed House (50-16) Signed by the Governor (Apr. 6) Ch. 77.
RELATING TO CIVIL ACTIONS FOR CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE; REMOVING LIMITATIONS FOR AN ACTION FOR DAMAGES BASED ON PERSONAL INJURY CAUSED BY CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE; DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
SJM 5 - Sen. Gerald Ortiz y Pino (DEM-NM)
RECONVENE J. PAUL TAYLOR CHILDHOOD TASK FORCE
04/26/2017 - Passed House (67-0) Signed by one or both houses
SM 129 - Sen. Linda Lopez (DEM-NM)
STUDY IMPACT OF AFFORDABLE CARE ACT REPEAL
03/03/2017 - Senate Rules Committee/Senate Public Affairs Committee-Senate Rules Committee
SM 137 - Sen. Gregory Baca (REP-NM)
REP. EDWARD C. SANDOVAL, IN RECOGNITION
04/26/2017 - Passed Senate (43-0) Signed by one or both houses
SM 144 - Sen. Jeff Steinborn (DEM-NM)
VETERAN SUICIDE LISTENING SESSIONS
03/17/2017 - Withdrawn from committee for subsequent action
SM 50 - Sen. Carlos Cisneros (DEM-NM)
STUDY FAMILIES USING IN 2 SOCIAL SVC. TYPES
03/09/2017 - Signed by one or both houses
SM 7 - Sen. Richard Martinez (DEM-NM)
""SURVIVORS OF SUICIDE DAY""
02/03/2017 - Withdrawn from committee for subsequent action - Passed Senate (43-0)- Signed by one or both houses
SM 97 - Sen. Bill Tallman (DEM-NM)
""LET'S MOVE! OUTSIDE DAY""
03/02/2017 - Withdrawn from committee for subsequent action - Passed Senate (43-0)- Signed by one or both houses
 
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