Action on Senate Judiciary Committee Substitute for Senate Rules Committee Substitute for Senate Bill 33.
Action on Senate Bill 24.
Action on Senate Bill 41.
Signing into law, with emergency clause, Senate Finance Committee Substitute for Senate Bill 10.
Signing into law, with emergency clause, Senate Bill 1.
Signing into law, with emergency clause, Senate Bill #3
Submitting persons to Senate Rules Committee for appointments to certain boards and commissions.
Limiting grade promotions in public schools by providing that a student who is not proficient in reading at the end of the third grade will be retained in the third grade for one year and providing for assessment, remediation programs, and intervention to address deficiencies identified between kindergarten and the third grade.
A bill clarifying the application of the high-wage jobs tax credit to wages and benefits, defining wages and benefits for purposes of the high-wage jobs tax credit, and clarifying the eligibility criteria for the high-wage jobs tax credit.
A bill requiring unemployment insurance contributions to remain at the contribution schedule 1 rate through the end of the calendar year 2013, transferring $130 million in reserves to the unemployment insurance fund to maintain an adequate reserve in that fund, and directing the advisory council previously created in the unemployment compensation law to prepare recommendations to the legislature for statutory changes to provide for the permanent solvency of the fund while assuring impartiality and freedom from political influence
Appropriating $450,000.00 from the General Fund to the Human Services Department for expenditure in fiscal year 2012 to provide matching funds for the Federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and appropriating the balance of the New Mexico Recovery and Reinvestment Fund to the Human Services Department for Medicaid expenses in the first quarter of Fiscal Year 2012
A bill consolidating the Department of Information Technology, creating the Information Technology Division within the General Services Department, transferring all functions, funding, personnel, property, and contractual obligations of the Department of Information Technology to the General Services Department, and amending related statutes to reflect this consolidation
Relating to Capital Outlay that provides $212.7 million in funding for important regional and statewide infrastructure, development, and road maintenance projects.
Modifying the procurement preference advantage for in-state businesses, changing the definitions of “resident business” and “resident contractor,” changing the process for obtaining certification as a resident business or resident contractor, eliminating preferences for resident manufacturers and New York State businesses, and providing for related penalties.
Calling the Fiftieth Legislature of the State of New Mexico into Special Session at noon on Tuesday, September 6th, 2011, at the State Capitol in Santa Fe.