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HB 120 - Antonio "Moe" Maestas
SENTENCING ENHANCEMENT FOR CERTAIN CRIMES
02/10/2018 - Senate Judiciary Committee/Senate Finance Committee-Senate Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO CRIMINAL SENTENCING; PROVIDING FOR A SENTENCING ENHANCEMENT IF A PERSON SIXTY YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER OR A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY IS INTENTIONALLY INJURED IN THE COMMISSION OF A NONCAPITAL FELONY; REQUIRING CONCURRENT SENTENCING WITH OTHER ENHANCEMENTS; REVISING SENTENCING ENHANCEMENTS FOR USE OF A FIREARM IN THE COMMISSION OF A NONCAPITAL FELONY.
HB 131 - Rep. George Dodge (DEM-NM)
GENERAL APPROPRIATION ACT OF 2018
01/16/2018 - House Appropriations & Finance Committee-House Appropriations & Finance Committee
HB 135 - Rep. Sheryl Stapleton (DEM-NM)
AT-RISK YOUTH INTERVENTIONS
01/26/2018 - Not within purview of session
RELATING TO HEALTH; AMENDING AND ENACTING SECTIONS OF THE HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT ACT TO PROVIDE FOR INTERVENTIONS FOR YOUTH AT RISK AND FOR NONVIOLENT OFFENDERS WHO HAVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DIAGNOSES IN WAYS LIKELY TO REDUCE RECIDIVISM, DETENTION AND INCARCERATION; CREATING THE COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH TRANSPORTATION FUND; MAKING AN APPROPRIATION.
HB 145 - Rep. Bealquin Gomez (DEM-NM)
PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT GROSS RECEIPTS
01/22/2018 - HHHC/House Taxation & Revenue Committee-HHHC
RELATING TO TAXATION; ALLOWING GROSS RECEIPTS TAX DEDUCTIONS FOR LICENSED PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANTS.
HB 160 - Rep. Gail Chasey (DEM-NM)
NONVIOLENT OFFENDER INTERVENTIONS
02/15/2018 - Passed Senate (40-0)
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 181 - Rep. Patricio Ruiloba (DEM-NM)
JUVENILE JUSTICE SUBCOMMITTEE
01/26/2018 - Withdrawn from committee for subsequent action -Bills that fall within the purview of a 30 day session-prntd- - ref House Consumer & Public Affairs Committee/House Judiciary Committee/House Appropriations & Finance Committee-House Consumer & Public Affairs Committee
RELATING TO JUVENILE JUSTICE; CREATING THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SUBCOMMITTEE TO THE JUVENILE JUSTICE ADVISORY COMMITTEE AND PROVIDING DUTIES; REQUIRING RULEMAKING; REQUIRING ADOPTION OF VALIDATED ASSESSMENT AND SCREENING TOOLS; REVISING DEFINITIONS AND PROCEDURES IN THE DELINQUENCY ACT; REVISING DUTIES OF THE CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES DEPARTMENT; REVISING PROVISIONS RELATED TO THE JUVENILE CONTINUUM GRANT FUND AND THE JUVENILE COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS GRANT FUND.
HB 19 - Rep. Nate Gentry (REP-NM)
INCREASE PENALTY FOR FELON WITH FIREARM
02/14/2018 - Floor amendment adopted- Passed Senate (32-2)
RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY; INCREASING THE PENALTY FOR A FELON IN POSSESSION OF A FIREARM OR DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE TO A THIRD DEGREE FELONY; PROVIDING EXCEPTIONS.
HB 190 - Rep. Monica Youngblood (REP-NM)
DUAL SENTENCING FOR SOME YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS
01/24/2018 - House Consumer & Public Affairs Committee/House Judiciary Committee-House Consumer & Public Affairs Committee
RELATING TO THE DELINQUENCY ACT; ALLOWING FOR THE IMPOSITION OF A STAYED ADULT CRIMINAL SENTENCE UPON ADJUDICATION OF A YOUTHFUL OFFENDER.
HB 198 - Rep. Roberto Gonzales (DEM-NM)
TAX CODE CLEANUP
01/24/2018 - HSIVC/House Taxation & Revenue Committee-HSIVC
RELATING TO TAXATION; MAKING TECHNICAL CLEANUP CHANGES TO MULTIPLE TAX ACTS; REVISING PROCEDURES TO ADJUST DISTRIBUTIONS OR TRANSFERS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS; REVISING ALLOCATION AND APPORTIONMENT PROVISIONS ON SERVICES FOR INCOME TAXES; REQUIRING INCOME RECEIVED FROM PASS-THROUGH ENTITIES TO BE ALLOCATED AND APPORTIONED BASED ON COMMERCIAL DOMICILE AND FACTORS OF THE ENTITIES; REQUIRING THE DETERMINATION OF IN-STATE SALES OF INTANGIBLES AND SERVICES TO BE BASED ON MARKET SOURCING RATHER THAN COST OF PERFORMANCE; APPLYING THE GROSS RECEIPTS TAX TO SALES BY OUT-OF-STATE VENDORS TO NEW MEXICO BUYERS; REDUCING THE GROSS RECEIPTS TAX RATE; LIMITING THE NONPROFIT GROSS RECEIPTS TAX EXEMPTION TO CERTAIN NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS AND CREATING A DEDUCTION FROM GROSS RECEIPTS AND COMPENSATING TAX FOR ...
HB 2 - Rep. Patricia Lundstrom (DEM-NM)
GENERAL APPROPRIATION ACT OF 2018
02/14/2018 - Senate report adopted
MAKING GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS AND AUTHORIZING EXPENDITURES BY STATE AGENCIES REQUIRED BY LAW.
HB 20 - Rep. Nate Gentry (REP-NM)
PRISON RECIDIVISM REDUCTION PROGRAM
01/24/2018 - Withdrawn from committee for subsequent action -Bills that fall within the purview of a 30 day session-prntd- - ref HHHC/House Judiciary Committee-HHHC
RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY; REQUIRING CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES TO IMPLEMENT AN INMATE RECIDIVISM REDUCTION TRANSITION PROGRAM TO PROVIDE UPON RELEASE CERTAIN INMATES WITH SUPPORTS AND SERVICES DESIGNED TO REDUCE RECIDIVISM.
HB 209 - Rep. D. Wonda Johnson (DEM-NM)
COUNSELING & THERAPY LICENSE REQUIREMENTS
01/24/2018 - not prntd-House Rules & Order of Business Committee
RELATING TO PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE; AMENDING A SECTION OF THE COUNSELING AND THERAPY PRACTICE ACT TO UPDATE DEFINITIONS RELATING TO EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS.
HB 217 - Rep. Daymon Ely (DEM-NM)
COUNTY JAIL MEDICAID & RECIDIVISM
02/01/2018 - (Succeeding entries: H 19)
RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY; AMENDING A SECTION OF THE PUBLIC ASSISTANCE ACT TO REQUIRE THE HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT TO PROVIDE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT TO COUNTIES THAT REQUEST MEDICAID ENROLLMENT ASSISTANCE; REQUIRING CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES TO IMPLEMENT AN INMATE RECIDIVISM REDUCTION TRANSITION PROGRAM TO PROVIDE UPON RELEASE CERTAIN INMATES WITH SUPPORTS AND SERVICES DESIGNED TO REDUCE RECIDIVISM.
HB 221 - Mary Kay Papen
PEACE OFFICER DD MENTAL HEALTH EVALUATIONS
02/06/2018 - WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION committee report adopted-House Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT; AMENDING SECTIONS OF THE MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES CODE TO REQUIRE THAT PEACE OFFICERS DETAIN AND TRANSPORT CERTAIN PERSONS FOR EVALUATION AND CARE AND TO ALLOW ENTRY INTO STRUCTURES IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES TO PROVIDE FOR TRANSPORT OF PERSONS FOR EVALUATION AND CARE.
HB 267 - Rep. Yvette Herrell (REP-NM)
HUMAN SVCS. DEPT. BACKGROUND CHECKS
02/12/2018 - Senate Judiciary Committee-Senate Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO STATE GOVERNMENT; AMENDING A SECTION OF THE HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT ACT TO REQUIRE CERTAIN BACKGROUND CHECKS AND PROCEDURES FOR HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL; PROVIDING A PENALTY.
HB 297 - Rep. Jimmie Hall (REP-NM)
SCHOOL ATTENDANCE INTERVENTIONS
02/09/2018 - Withdrawn from committee for subsequent action - ref HSIVC-HSIVC
RELATING TO COMPULSORY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE; PROVIDING FOR EARLIER AND MORE INTENSIVE INTERVENTION FOR STUDENTS WHO ARE ABSENT OR CHRONICALLY ABSENT; REDEFINING TERMS; REQUIRING PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO PARTNER WITH COMMUNITY RESOURCES TO ASSIST IN DROPPING RATES OF CHRONIC ABSENTEEISM; PROVIDING A PROCESS THAT PROGRESSES FROM INFORMAL INTERVENTION THROUGH PARENTAL NOTIFICATION AND INTERVENTION TO REFERRAL TO THE CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES DEPARTMENT AND EVENTUALLY TO SUSPENSION OF DRIVER'S LICENSES FOR APPLICABLE STUDENTS; REQUIRING DATA COLLECTION AND USE; PUTTING A RECORD OF ABSENCES AND RESPONSES TO INTERVENTIONS INTO STUDENTS' CUMULATIVE RECORD SO THAT PUBLIC SCHOOLS CONTINUE TO PROVIDE ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS WHO HAVE TROUBLE ATTENDING CLASS OR SCHOOL AND TO THEIR FAMILIES.
HB 306 - Carl Trujillo
SEVERANCE TAX BOND PROJECTS
02/14/2018 - DO PASS committee report adopted - Passed Senate (39-0)
RELATING TO CAPITAL EXPENDITURES; AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF SEVERANCE TAX BONDS; AUTHORIZING EXPENDITURES FROM CERTAIN FUNDS AND BALANCES; REAPPROPRIATING BALANCES; CLARIFYING CONDITIONS FOR THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS; ESTABLISHING CONDITIONS FOR THE EXPENDITURE OF SEVERANCE TAX BOND PROCEEDS; ESTABLISHING CONDITIONS FOR THE REVERSION OF UNEXPENDED BALANCES; MAKING APPROPRIATIONS; DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
HB 312 - Javier Martinez
CANNABIS TAXATION & REGULATION ACT
01/31/2018 - not prntd-House Rules & Order of Business Committee
RELATING TO CANNABIS; ENACTING THE CANNABIS TAXATION AND REGULATION ACT; ENACTING THE CANNABIS TAX ACT; CREATING THE DIVISION OF CANNABIS CONTROL IN THE REGULATION AND LICENSING DEPARTMENT AND PROVIDING DUTIES; REVISING THE LYNN AND ERIN COMPASSIONATE USE ACT; REVISING SECTIONS OF LAW RELATED TO CANNABIS; CREATING THE CANNABIS REGULATION FUND, THE COMMUNITY GRANTS REINVESTMENT FUND AND THE COMMUNITY GRANTS REINVESTMENT PROGRAM; PROVIDING AND REVISING PENALTIES; REPEALING SECTION 30-31-25.1 NMSA 1978 (BEING LAWS 1981, CHAPTER 31, SECTION 2, AS AMENDED); MAKING AN APPROPRIATION; AUTHORIZING RECONCILIATION OF MULTIPLE AMENDMENTS TO THE SAME SECTION OF LAW.
HB 326 - Rep. Rodney Montoya (REP-NM)
PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE
02/12/2018 - prntd- ref House Judiciary Committee-House Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO THE PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELFARE.
HB 341 - Stephanie Garcia Richard
PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE
02/12/2018 - prntd- ref House Judiciary Committee-House Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO THE PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELFARE.
HB 56 - David M. Gallegos
PARENTAL NOTIFICATION OF ABORTION ACT
01/23/2018 - Withdrawn from committee for subsequent action -Bills that fall within the purview of a 30 day session-prntd- - ref 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 92 - Rep. Candy Ezzell (REP-NM)
VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION ACT
02/09/2018 - Senate Judiciary Committee-Senate Judiciary 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 97 - Rep. David Adkins (REP-NM)
EARLY LEARNING ADVISORY COUNCIL CHANGES
02/14/2018 - WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION committee report adopted
RELATING TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION; CHANGING TERM DURATION AND ESTABLISHING TERM LIMITS OF STATE EARLY LEARNING ADVISORY 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.
HJM 2 - Rep. Joanne Ferrary (DEM-NM)
LFC PLAN ON INPATIENT MENTAL HEALTH
02/06/2018 - DO PASS committee report adopted
HM 100 - Rep. Elizabeth Thomson (DEM-NM)
JAMES ""JIM"" JACKSON, IN RECOGNITION
02/09/2018 - Withdrawn from committee for subsequent action - Passed House (70-0)
HM 104 - Rep. Gail Chasey (DEM-NM)
STUDY LAW ENFORCEMENT BODY CAMERA ISSUES
02/13/2018 - Passed House (57-9)
HM 118 - Rep. Elizabeth Thomson (DEM-NM)
CEREBRAL PALSY EARLY DETECTION
02/14/2018 - HHHC-HHHC
HM 18 - Gail Armstrong
RESTORATION OF NM WATER RIGHTS
01/22/2018 - House Energy & Natural Resources Committee/HAWC-House Energy & Natural Resources Committee
HM 54 - Patricia Roybal Caballero
COMMITMENT OF NM TO HUMAN & CIVIL RIGHTS
02/13/2018 - Passed House (43-18)
HM 56 - Deborah A. Armstrong
STUDY HEROIN-ASSISTED TREATMENT
02/13/2018 - Passed House (57-9)
HM 75 - Rep. D. Wonda Johnson (DEM-NM)
NM TRIBAL COMMUNITY NEEDS
02/10/2018 - Passed House (66-0)
HM 78 - Rep. Elizabeth Thomson (DEM-NM)
SHINGLES AWARENESS & VACCINATIONS
02/13/2018 - Passed House (65-0)
SB 127 - Sen. Cliff Pirtle (REP-NM)
CHRONIC PAIN MANAGEMENT TRAINING
01/22/2018 - Senate Committees Committee/Senate Public Affairs Committee/Senate Finance Committee-Senate Committees Committee
RELATING TO PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE; ENACTING A TEMPORARY PROVISION TO REQUIRE THE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES DIVISION OF THE HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT TO CONDUCT A ONE-YEAR PILOT PROJECT ON CHRONIC PAIN MANAGEMENT TRAINING; PROVIDING FOR REPORTING; PROVIDING FOR DELAYED REPEAL; MAKING AN APPROPRIATION.
SB 161 - Sen. Linda Lopez (DEM-NM)
MEDICAL ASSISTANCE COVERAGE FOR AUTISM
01/23/2018 - Senate Committees Committee/Senate Public Affairs Committee/Senate Finance Committee-Senate Committees Committee
RELATING TO PUBLIC ASSISTANCE; REQUIRING MEDICAL ASSISTANCE COVERAGE FOR AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER TO RECIPIENTS REGARDLESS OF AGE; MAKING AN APPROPRIATION.
SB 168 - Sen. Mary Kay Papen (DEM-NM)
MENTAL HEALTH & SUICIDE INFO TO STUDENTS
02/03/2018 - DO PASS committee report adopted-Senate Finance Committee
RELATING TO HIGHER EDUCATION; REQUIRING PUBLIC POST-SECONDARY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS TO PROVIDE INFORMATION ON MENTAL HEALTH AND SUICIDE PREVENTION SERVICES TO ENTERING STUDENTS; MAKING AN APPROPRIATION.
SB 172 - Sen. Candace Gould (REP-NM)
SCHOOL SUICIDE AWARENESS & PREVENTION
02/14/2018 - DO PASS, as amended, committee report adopted
RELATING TO EDUCATION; REQUIRING SUICIDE AWARENESS AND PREVENTION TRAINING FOR CERTAIN SCHOOL PERSONNEL IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS.
SB 184 - Sen. Jacob Candelaria (DEM-NM)
SEX DESIGNATION ON VITAL RECORDS
01/24/2018 - Senate Committees Committee/Senate Public Affairs Committee/Senate Judiciary Committee-Senate Committees Committee
RELATING TO VITAL STATISTICS; AMENDING A SECTION OF THE VITAL STATISTICS ACT TO PROVIDE FOR AMENDMENT OF SEX DESIGNATION ON VITAL RECORDS.
SB 19 - Gail Chasey
UNIFORM GUARDIANSHIP & OTHER ARRANGEMENTS
02/15/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments
RELATING TO PROTECTIVE ARRANGEMENTS; ENACTING THE UNIFORM GUARDIANSHIP, CONSERVATORSHIP AND OTHER PROTECTIVE ARRANGEMENTS ACT; REPEALING AND ENACTING SECTIONS OF THE NMSA 1978.
SB 211 - Sen. Jacob Candelaria (DEM-NM)
PAYMENT OF RESTITUTION FOR CRIMES
02/07/2018 - WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION committee report adopted-Senate Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO RESTITUTION; PROVIDING THAT A CRIMINAL DEFENDANT'S OBLIGATION TO PAY RESTITUTION CONTINUES AFTER COMPLETION OF ANY PROBATION OR PAROLE PERIODS; PROVIDING THAT A COURT SHALL AWARD FULL RESTITUTION IN MOST CASES; REQUIRING A DEFENDANT TO PREPARE FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENTS; PROVIDING THAT AN ORDER OF RESTITUTION SATISFIES THE APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR WRITS OF GARNISHMENT AND ATTACHMENT OF DEFENDANT'S PROPERTY.
SB 220 - Sen. Mary Kay Papen (DEM-NM)
""CRISIS TRIAGE CENTER"" DEFINITION
02/14/2018 - Passed House (66-0)
RELATING TO PUBLIC HEALTH; CLARIFYING THE DEFINITION OF ""CRISIS TRIAGE CENTER"".
SB 229 - Gerald Ortiz y Pino
CHARTER SCHOOL FACILITIES
01/30/2018 - Senate Committees Committee/Senate Education Committee/Senate Finance Committee-Senate Committees Committee
RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS; REQUIRING NOTIFICATION TO CHARTER SCHOOLS OF PROPERTY AVAILABLE FOR THEIR EDUCATIONAL OPERATIONS; MODIFYING THE TERMS APPLICABLE TO GRANTS FROM THE PUBLIC SCHOOL CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND FOR LEASED CLASSROOM FACILITIES; ADJUSTING THE AMOUNT OF LOCAL MATCH REQUIRED OF STATE-CHARTERED CHARTER SCHOOLS FOR CAPITAL OUTLAY PROJECTS UNDER THE PUBLIC SCHOOL CAPITAL OUTLAY ACT; SPECIFYING THE DATE BY WHICH CHARTER SCHOOLS MUST PROVIDE INFORMATION ON CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS PROPOSED FOR FUNDING THROUGH PROPERTY TAX IMPOSITION; AUTHORIZING RECONCILIATION OF MULTIPLE AMENDMENTS TO THE SAME SECTION OF LAW.
SB 233 - Sen. Linda Lopez (DEM-NM)
MICHAEL'S LAW & SCHOOL CARE & RESTRAINTS
01/30/2018 - Senate Committees Committee/Senate Education Committee/Senate Judiciary Committee-Senate Committees 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 243 - Sen. Gregory Baca (REP-NM)
STAYED ADULT SENTENCE ON JUVENILE OFFENDER
02/03/2018 - Bills that fall within the purview of a 30 day session-Senate Public Affairs Committee
RELATING TO THE DELINQUENCY ACT; ALLOWING FOR THE IMPOSITION OF A STAYED ADULT CRIMINAL SENTENCE UPON ADJUDICATION OF A YOUTHFUL OFFENDER.
SB 246 - Sen. John Arthur Smith (DEM-NM)
GENERAL APPROPRIATION ACT OF 2018
01/31/2018 - Bills that fall within the purview of a 30 day session-Senate Finance Committee
SB 258 - Sen. Pete Campos (DEM-NM)
PHARMACY ACT LICENSURE & REGISTRATION
02/12/2018 - DO PASS, as amended, committee report adopted-Senate Judiciary Committee
RELATING TO PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE; AMENDING SECTIONS OF THE PHARMACY ACT TO ESTABLISH ADDITIONAL LICENSURE AND REGISTRATION COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS; PROVIDING FOR PENALTIES.
SB 37 - Sen. Elizabeth Stefanics (DEM-NM)
PUBLIC ASSISTANCE WORK REQUIREMENTS
02/02/2018 - DO PASS committee report adopted-Senate Finance 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 58 - Sen. Michael Padilla (DEM-NM)
VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION ACT
01/31/2018 - DO PASS committee report adopted-Senate Judiciary 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.
SB 61 - Sen. Daniel Ivey-Soto (DEM-NM)
ADD DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DEFINITIONS
02/12/2018 - DO PASS committee report adopted
RELATING TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE; ADDING DEFINITIONS OF ""SUFFOCATION"" AND ""STRANGULATION"" TO THE FAMILY VIOLENCE PROTECTION ACT, THE CRIMES AGAINST HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS ACT AND THE ABUSE AND NEGLECT ACT; CLARIFYING THAT THE CRIME OF AGGRAVATED BATTERY AGAINST A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER MAY BE COMMITTED BY SUFFOCATION OR STRANGULATION.
SB 74 - Sen. Howie Morales (DEM-NM)
CREATE EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICES DEPT.
01/18/2018 - Senate Committees Committee/Senate Rules Committee/Senate Education Committee/Senate Finance Committee-Senate Committees 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; MAKING APPROPRIATIONS.
SJM 1 - Sen. Jeff Steinborn (DEM-NM)
VETERAN SUICIDE PREVENTION WORK GROUPS
02/13/2018 - Signed by one or both houses
SJM 9 - Sen. Elizabeth Stefanics (DEM-NM)
STUDY CUTS TO SENIOR CITIZEN SERVICES
01/22/2018 - Senate Rules Committee/Senate Public Affairs Committee-Senate Rules Committee
SM 20 - Sen. Richard Martinez (DEM-NM)
""SURVIVORS OF SUICIDE DAY""
02/05/2018 - Signed by one or both houses
SM 5 - Sen. Mary Kay Papen (DEM-NM)
""BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DAY""
01/22/2018 - Signed by one or both houses
SM 6 - Sen. Bill Tallman (DEM-NM)
""EATING DISORDERS AWARENESS WEEK""
02/03/2018 - Signed by one or both houses
SM 61 - Gerald Ortiz y Pino
SEXUAL ASSAULT ON DISABLED TASK FORCE
02/14/2018 - DO PASS, as amended, committee report adopted
SM 76 - Gerald Ortiz y Pino
STUDY CUTS TO SENIOR CITIZEN SERVICES
02/14/2018 - DO PASS committee report adopted
SM 82 - Sen. Linda Lopez (DEM-NM)
STUDY MINIMUM RECESS REQUIREMENTS
02/02/2018 - Senate Rules Committee/Senate Education Committee-Senate Rules Committee
SM 9 - Sen. Pat Woods (REP-NM)
RESTORE NM WATER RIGHTS
01/22/2018 - Senate Rules Committee/Senate Conservation Committee-Senate Rules Committee
SM 95 - Gerald Ortiz y Pino
RECONVENE J. PAUL TAYLOR CHILD TASK FORCE
02/13/2018 - Signed by one or both houses
SM 98 - Sen. Sander Rue (REP-NM)
STUDY LAW ENFORCEMENT BODY CAMERA ISSUES
02/13/2018 - Passed Senate (34-0)
 
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