2023 Signed Legislation
House Bill 1 – Feed Bill
Senate Bill 6 – Hermits Peak-Calf Canyon Fire Recovery Funds
Senate Bill 364 Legislative Stationery Prohibitions
House Bill 9 Unlawful Access To Firearm By Minor
Senate Bill 1 Regional Water System Resiliency
House Bill 27 Breast Exam Health Coverage
House Bill 95 Renewable Energy Office In State Land Office
House Bill 127 Education Assistant Salary Increase
House Bill 130 K-12 Plus Program
House Bill 274 American Asian, Pac. Islander & Hawaiian Day
House Bill 298 Public Project Revolving Fund Approps.
House Bill 342 Education Savings Plan Uses
Senate Bill 381 NM Housing Trust Fund Bonding
House Bill 7 Reproductive & Gender-Affirming Health Care
House bill 148 Early Childhood Dept. Tribal Agreements
House Bill 201 Extend Certain Board Sunset Dates
House Bill 370 Surprise Billing Protection Act Sunset Date
House Bill 377 Tourism Dept. Marketing Excellence Bureau
Senate Bill 47 Driver’s License Suspension Penalties
Senate Bill 68 Electronic Motor Vehicle Documents
Senate Bill 3 Family Income Index Distributions Flexibility
Senate Bill 26 Excess Oil & Gas Funds To Severance Tax Fund
Senate Bill 64 No Life Sentence For Juveniles
2022 Signed Legislation
2021 Signed Legislation
2020 Signed Legislation
Senate Bill 75 - Wildlife Trafficking Act
Creates the Wildlife Trafficking Act and authorizes all commissioned New Mexico law enforcement officers, including those from DGF and the State Parks Division of EMNRD, to enforce a new law making it a misdemeanor to knowingly sell or purchase any covered animal species or part or product of any species covered by Appendix 1 of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.
House Bill 326 - Tax Changes
Clarifies and cleans up provisions in Chapters 270 and 274 from the 2019 session (House Bill 6 and House Bill 479): providing greater definitiveness and coverage for gross receipts sourcing rules; (2) inserting a minimum local option gross receipts tax increment size; and (3) declaring the various local option gross receipts tax rates consolidated into either the municipal GRT or the county GRT to be increments of the municipal or county GRT.
House Bill 126 - Coverage for Health Artery Calcium Scan
Requires all types of health insurance plans sold in New Mexico to provide coverage for certain insured patients for a coronary artery (heart) calcium scan, used to predict the likelihood of myocardial infarction (heart attack).
House Bill 8 - Electric Generating Facility Economic Districts
Creates the Electric Generating Facility Economic District Act, allowing counties with a fossil fuel electric generating facility that is operating, retiring, or retired to form a district in which the governing authority can issue bonds for infrastructure within the district and pledge revenues for the repayment of those bonds.
House Bill 157 - Childhood Cancer Family Support License Plate
Adds a new section of the Motor Vehicle Code to create a childhood cancer family support special registration plate to express support for families that have a child with cancer.
Senate Bill 136 - Investment in New Mexico Funds & Businesses
Amends section 7-27-5.15 NMSA 1978, increasing the percentage cap on New Mexico private equity and business investments from the existing 9 percent of the Severance Tax Permanent Fund (STPF) to a new 11 percent statutory limitation on the investment program.
Senate Bill 118 - Local & Regional Economic Development Support
Creates the Local and Regional Economic Development Support Fund and provides procedures for using money in the fund to support local and regional economic development projects.
Senate Bill 117 - Valuation Increases for Low-Income Disabled
Further clarifies the provisions of Laws 2019, Chapter 140 (HB429) which clarified, simplified and increased the ceiling for modified gross income in order to allow homeowners who are low income and either 65 or older or disabled to have their home property tax valuations frozen.
Senate Bill 99 - Diplomas for Vietnam Veterans
Allow local school boards to award a high school diploma to any honorably discharged veteran of the Vietnam whose entry to service prevented the graduation from a New Mexico high school.
Senate Bill 96 - Online School Budget Reporting
Appropriates $3 million from the public education reform fund to PED for the purpose of implementing and maintaining a statewide online school financial reporting system by December 1, 2021.
Senate Bill 69 - Drinking Water System Financing
Appropriates $2.5 million from the public project revolving fund (PPRF) to the drinking water state revolving loan fund (DWSRLF) to provide matching funds for the federal Safe Drinking Water Act and for the purposes of the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Act.
Senate Bill 57 - Pet Food Fee for Neutering & Sheltering
Creates a new spay and neuter program fee in the Commercial Feed Act to be collected by NMDA on each brand name of commercial feed distributed in New Mexico for pet consumption.
Senate Bill 19 - Water Project Fund Authorization
Authorizes the New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) to make loans or grants for 36 projects from the water project fund.
House Bill 184 - Law Enforcement Officers at School
Adds a new section to statute with specific law enforcement certification and training requirements for law enforcement officers who serve as school resource officers (SRO) and makes amendments to the Law Enforcement Protection Fund (LEPF) Act.
House Bill 319 - Multiple Source Contracts Amount Limits
Exempts local public bodies from the total amount limit on multiple source contracts for architectural and engineering services and requires state agencies and local public bodies to report the aggregate amount of contracts to be spent under each multiple source contract.
House Bill 304 - Transfer Outdoor Equity Grant Program
Enables funding to hire a program manager for the Outdoor Equity Grant (OEG) Fund and transfers administration of the OEG Fund and program from the Youth Conservation Corps Commission (YCCC) to the New Mexico Outdoor Recreation Division (ORD) of the Economic Development Department (EDD).
House Bill 254 - Distributions to School Districts
Makes changes to the Public School Capital Improvements Act altering the current formula for distributing capital improvements funding to school districts and adding a new distribution to all school districts tied to their district match rates under the Public School Capital Outlay Act.
House Bill 234 - Revise Insurance Nominating Committee Duties
Amends the Insurance Code relating to the appointment of a successor superintendent of Insurance.
House Bill 167 - Wastewater System Financing
Appropriates $1.8 million from the public project revolving loan fund (PPRF) administered by New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) to the wastewater facility construction loan fund, also known as the clean water state revolving loan fund (CWSRF) administered by the Environment Department (NMED) to provide state matching funds for federal Clean Water Act projects.
House Bill 118 - Designation as Benefit Corporation
Enacts a new section of the Business Corporation Act that allows a for-profit business or professional corporation to elect to be designated a “benefit corporation.”
House Bill 76 - Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority Membership
Amends the statutory provision creating the Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority to remove Curry County, the Village of Melrose, and the Village of Grady from membership in the Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority and reduces the number of members on the Authority’s board from seven to six.
House Bill 47 - Local Government Planning Fund Appropriation
Appropriates $2 million from the public project revolving loan fund (PPRF) to the local government planning fund (LGPF) to be administered by the New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) for the purpose of making grants to qualified entities to evaluate and estimate the most feasible costs or alternatives for infrastructure, water or wastewater public projects, water conservation plans, economic development plans or energy audits.
House Bill 42 - Pharmaceutical Service Reimbursement Parity
Requires all insurance programs to reimburse certified pharmacist clinicians and pharmacists certified to prescribe medications for providing medical services within the scope of their licenses at the same level as other covered providers such as physicians or physician assistants.
House Bill 27 - Public Project Revolving Fund Projects
Authorizes the New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) to provide loans from the public project revolving fund (PPRF) to 12 separate state and local government entities based on terms and conditions established by NMFA.
House Bill 22 - Clarify Military Leave
Allows members of the Civil Air Patrol to use military leave for “official duties as assigned by the director of the civil air patrol of the department of military affairs or an incident commander of an active mission” instead of strictly for “search and rescue missions.”
House Bill 17 - Disclosure Requirements for Private Colleges
Amends the Postsecondary Education Institution Act to add definitions and creates a new section providing for private post-secondary institution disclosure requirements.
House Bill 6 - Law Enforcement Protection Fund & Increase Penalties
Amends statutory provisions pertaining to the law enforcement protection fund and felony offenses involving firearms.
Senate Bill 137 - Licensure Eligibility Without Lawful Presence
Creates a new section of law establishing that a person who is qualified for an occupational or professional license remains qualified regardless of citizenship or immigration status and prohibits the adoption of administrative rule or agency procedure that conflicts with the policy.
Senate Bill 168 - Foster Youth Changes
Clarifies provisions in and adds additional provisions to the Fostering Connections Act (FCA), passed in the 2019 session, to provide extended foster care for eligible adults between 18 to 21.
Senate Bill 146 - Subsidized Guardianships
Amends the Kinship Guardianship Act to allow the Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD) to provide financial subsidies to certain kinship guardians and expands eligibility.
Senate Bill 130 - School Credit for Transfer Students
Requires public schools to give students transferring between schools (due to a disruption during high school for homelessness, abuse or neglect, delinquency, or inpatient mental health treatment) credit for any work completed prior to the transfer, regardless of whether the transfer occurs at the end of a grading period.
House Bill 25 - Pregnant Worker Accommodation
Amends the New Mexico Human Rights Act to include pregnancy, childbirth or conditions related to pregnancy or childbirth as a basis for an unlawful discriminatory practice.
Senate Bill 98 - Public Project Prevailing Wage Complaints
Amends the Public Works Minimum Wage Act (Act) to establish a penalty for contractors who violate the Public Works Minimum Wage Act by paying workers less than the appropriate prevailing wage or prevailing fringe benefit.
House Bill 364 - Public Sector Collective Bargaining Changes
Updates New Mexico’s Public Employee Bargaining Act and provides a timeline to restructure and standardize the state’s system of over 50 local labor boards.
Senate Bill 131 - Tobacco Products Act
Repeals and replaces the Tobacco Products Act enacted in 2019 to add state licensure of in-state manufacturing, distribution or retail sale of tobacco products to the existing provisions on sales to minor and e-cigarettes and liquid nicotine containers. Raises the legal age for purchases of e-cigarette and other tobacco products from 18 to 21, aligning New Mexico law with recently passed federal law.
House Bill 100 - Health Insurance Exchange Changes
Broadens the New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange’s authority to dictate which plans are sold through the Exchange and how they are sold. Grants the Exchange the authority to decide, in coordination with the Office of Superintendent of Insurance, what health insurance plans offered on the Exchange should contain in terms of benefit design and consumer cost-sharing structures.
Senate Bill 1 - Wholesale Prescription Drug Importation Act
Appropriates $350 thousand from the general fund to the Department of Health for the purpose of setting up a program whereby the state would import prescription medications from Canada (and perhaps other countries) through a wholesaler or wholesalers for resale to New Mexico consumers.
House Bill 292 - Prescription Drug Cost Sharing
Caps the out-of-pocket cost for insulin for insured diabetic patients at $25 per monthly prescription and requires the Office of the Superintendent of Insurance to convene an advisory group to study the cost of prescription drugs and methods to make them more available.
House Bill 341 - Transfer of Reserve Funds
Provides for a transfer at the end of the fiscal year from the TSR to the operating reserve to assure that the operating reserve has funds of at least 1 percent of the aggregate general fund appropriations for the current fiscal year.
House Bill 317 - Clean & Beautiful Highways
Changes definitions of the Keep America Beautiful system, and replaces it with the Keep America Beautiful program to end littering, improve recycling and beautify American communities.
House Bill 312 - Create Environmental Health Fund
Amends the Environmental Improvement Act to create the environmental health fund, which would receive fees collected from four NMED programs in the Environmental Health Bureau: liquid waste (septic systems), public water recreation facilities (public swimming pools and hot tubs), food service sanitation (restaurants and food manufacturers), and hemp manufacturing (labs extracting CBD).
House Bill 207 - Change Local Government Transportation Project Fund
Changes the name of the “Local Government Transportation Project Fund” (LGTPF) to “Transportation Project Fund” (TPF) and amends the LGPTF to include a “tribe,” defined as “an Indian nation, tribe or pueblo located wholly or partially in New Mexico,” as an eligible grant recipient under the fund.
House Bill 193 - Permanent Tax Distribution to Aviation Fund
Changes the sunset date of the distribution of 0.046 percent of general fund gross receipts revenue tax to the state aviation fund to June 30, 2031.
House Bill 170 - Extend Small Business Saturday
Extends the sunset date for the deduction from gross receipts for certain businesses on the first Saturday after Thanksgiving from prior to July 1, 2020 to prior to July 1, 2025.
House Bill 158 - Transfer Angel Investment Credit Review
Transfers the review, approval and the reporting related to the angel investment tax credit from the Economic Development Department (EDD) to the Taxation and Revenue Department (TRD).
House Bill 106 - Public Accountant Testing
Amends the Public Accountancy Act to require its licensing board to administer its examination for certification as a public accountant on a continuous basis via a computer-based test, rather than four times a year at a specific location.
House Bill 102 - National Board Certification Scholarship Act
Provides scholarships to level 2 or level 3-A teachers in New Mexico public schools seeking National Board certification, with an accompanying appropriation in the budget, and requires PED to provide an annual report evaluating the performance of scholarship recipients and establishes a National Board certification scholarship fund.
House Bill 92 - Teacher Residency Act
Creates a teacher residency fund, with an accompanying appropriation in the budget, for the purpose of establishing New Mexico teacher residency programs at public post-secondary educational institutions and tribal colleges.
House Bill 62 - Teacher Mentorship Program
Creates a beginning teacher mentorship fund (BTMF), with an accompanying appropriation in the budget, and amends the statute on teacher mentorship for beginning teachers.
House Bill 59 - At-Risk Program Units & Index Calculation Change
Increases the at-risk index factor from 0.25 to 0.30 in the public school funding formula, with an accompanying appropriation in the budget.
House Bill 255 - Technology Readiness Gross Receipts Credit
Creates the Technology Readiness Gross Receipts Tax Credit and the Technology Readiness Gross Receipts Tax Credit Fund, along with a one-time $9.5 million diversion of gross receipts tax revenue to the created fund for the administration of the credit.
House Bill 176 - Land Leases Between Local Government and State
Extends the amount of time for public land leases from 25 years to 40 years and adds economic development to the list of permitted uses.
House Bill 146 - Expand Biomass Income Tax Credit & Reporting
Extends the Agricultural Biomass Income Tax and Corporate Income Tax Credit for ten years to January 1, 2030 and adds reporting requirements for both the taxpayer receiving the credit and the Taxation and Revenue Department (TRD).
House Bill 117 - Lodgers’ Tax Exemptions
Makes clarifications and changes to the exemptions from and uses of the Lodger’s Tax.
House Bill 109 - Tax Deduction for Medical Equipment
Extends the existing gross receipts tax deduction from the sale or rental of durable medical equipment and medical supplies until July 1, 2030.
House Bill 93 - Efficient Use of Energy Act Changes
Makes an amendment to the Efficient Use of Energy Act (EUEA) concerning a rate adjustment mechanism which results in utility recovery of commission-approved revenue per customer without regard to the quantity of energy actually sold by the public utility, expanding the type of energy sold to both electricity and natural gas.
House Bill 21 - Prohibit NDA for Sexual Harassment Cases
Bars employers throughout the state from requiring an employee to sign a nondisclosure provision in a settlement agreement (NDA) relating to a claim of sexual harassment or sexual assault in the workplace. Bars employers from preventing an employee from disclosing such a claim.
Senate Bill 128 - Assisted Outpatient Treatment Act Changes
Expands the definition of “assisted outpatient treatment” to include comprehensive community support services (CCSS) and intensive outpatient program (IOP) services.
Senate Bill 116 - Enable TRD to Share Data for Tax Programs
Amends the tax data confidentiality statute to broaden the list of tax information TRD may legally share data with other state agencies to allow and assist the joint administration of certain tax programs.
Senate Bill 103 - Cultural Affairs Facilities Infrastructure
Creates the Cultural Affairs Facilities Infrastructure Fund and permits the fund to receive transfers from the Public Project Revolving Loan Fund (PPRF).
Senate Bill 270 - Electric Communication Search & Seizure
Makes several amendments to the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (“ECPA”), enacted in 2019.
Senate Bill 185 - Additional Judgeships
Enables funding for the purpose of creating 5 additional judgeships, to be appointed by the governor.
Senate Bill 151 - Car Title & Registration E-Signatures
Amends the Motor Vehicle Code to allow for applications for registration and certificate of car title to be signed by the owner electronically.
Senate Bill 122 - Distributions to Judicial Retirement Funds
Provides for monthly distributions to the magistrate retirement fund and judicial retirement fund and suspends the current monthly distribution to the legislative retirement fund.
Senate Bill 64 - Public Records Pertaining to Certain Claims
Provides additional transparency for records maintained by the Risk Management Division (RMD) of the General Services Department (GSD) related to damage claims against a governmental entity, public officer or public employee.
House Bill 233 - Energy Grid Modernization Roadmap
Directs the Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department (EMNRD) to develop a strategic plan for energy grid modernization and to establish a competitive grant program to support implementation of eligible grid modernization projects, to be supported by a new grid modernization grant fund, which will consist of appropriations, gifts, grants, and donations. Adds a new section to the Public Utility Act (PUA) allowing Investor Owned Utilities (IOUs) to submit applications to the Public Regulation Commission (PRC) for review and approval of investments into grid modernization projects. For PRC approved grid modernization projects, the bill enables IOUs to recover reasonable project costs through an approved tariff rider or change in base rates.
House Bill 50 - Amending the Industrial Revenue Bond Act
Amends the Industrial Revenue Bond Act and the County Industrial Revenue Bond Act to include electric transmission facilities as eligible projects.
Senate Bill 29 - Solar Market Development Income Tax Credit
Provides a personal income tax credit of 10 percent of the cost of equipment and installation of residential, business (commercial or industrial) or agricultural solar thermal system or a solar photovoltaic system, with a $6,000 cap per taxpayer per year.
House Bill 10 - Eliminating Copayments for Reduced-Price School Meals
Eliminates copays for reduced-price school meals, with an accompanying appropriation in the budget.
Senate Bill 72 - PERA Solvency
Provides an immediate $55 million cash infusion for the Public Employee Retirement Association (PERA) to begin reducing its $6.6 billion unfunded liability and put New Mexico’s pension system on a path to solvency, requires increased contributions from current employees and employers and amends, over time, the COLAs retirees receive.
Senate Bill 111 - Changes to Educational Retirement
Amends the Educational Retirement Act (ERA) to remove provisions a) requiring nonrefundable employee and employer contributions for retirees who return to work at 0.25 FTE or less and b) requiring employee contributions be made by Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) retirees who return to work for an ERB-covered employer. Allows retired members to return to work without suspending pension payments so long as the retiree has not worked for or contracted with a school for at least 90 days prior to returning to work and the retiree will earn an annual salary less than $15 thousand.
House Bill 386 - Transfer Fire Marshal's Office
Removes the State Fire Marshal Division from the Public Regulation Commission (PRC) and places it within the Homeland Security and Emergency Management Department (DHSEM), makes the Fire Marshal an at-will position appointed by the Secretary of Homeland Security, amends the Election Code to remove PRC commissioners as elected officials and amends the Public Regulation Commission Act to create the public regulation commission nominating committee.
House Bill 225 - Kiki Saavedra Senior Dignity Fund
Creates the Kiki Saavedra Senior Dignity Fund, to be administered by the Aging and Long-Term Services Department, to address high priority services for senior citizens and adults with disabilities in New Mexico including transportation, food insecurity, physical and behavioral health, case management and caregiving.
House Bill 44 - New Mexico Work and Save Act
Creates the “New Mexico Work and Save Act,” allowing for a voluntary savings program for private sector and nonprofit employees, as well as for self-employed individuals, through a retirement savings plan purchased through a web-based marketplace established and maintained by the “New Mexico Work and Save Board.”
House Bill 30 - Expedited Licensure for Military Families
Amends existing law to fast-track the transfer of professional and occupational licenses for service members, their families and recent veterans who relocate to New Mexico. Also waives licensing fees for the first three years for those applicable.
Senate Bill 5 - Extreme Risk Firearm Protection Order Act
Creates the Extreme Risk Firearm Protection Order Act, providing for a new civil process in which a law enforcement officer can petition the appropriate district court for an extreme risk firearm protective order against a respondent who poses a significant danger of causing imminent personal injury to self or others by having custody or control of or purchasing, possessing or receiving a firearm.
Senate Bill 139 - Restoring the Definition of Qualified Medical Cannabis Patients
Restores the definition of “qualified patient” (i.e. a person who is able to consume medical marijuana) in the Lynn and Erin Compassionate Use Act (LECUA) to what it was prior to 2019 amendment, which requires the patient be a resident of New Mexico.
House Bill 83 - Creating the Early Childhood Trust Fund
Creates the Early Childhood Trust Fund with an initial $320 million appropriation (included in the budget) to fund early childhood education and care services and programs administered by the Early Childhood Education and Care Department.
Senate Bill 4 - Complete Count in 2020 Census
Appropriates $8 million from the general fund to the Department of Finance and Administration in FY20 to achieve a statewide complete count in the federal 2020 Census.
House Bill 1 - Legislative Feed Bill
2019 Signed Legislation
House Bill 568 - Capital Outlay Reauthorizations
House Bill 279 - Metropolitan Court Appeals
Senate Bill 126 - Primary Care Clinic Funding
Senate Bill 566 - Legislative Authorization of TIDD Bonds
House Bill 479 - De-Earmark Local Option Gross Receipts
Senate Bill 535 - Certain Bonding Fund Money to Permanent Fund
Senate Bill 415 - Pharmacy Benefits Manager Act Changes
Senate Bill 394 - Pharmacy Audit Changes & Exceptions
Senate Bill 314 - NMSU Campus in San Luis Potosí, Mexico
Senate Bill 294 - Health Insurance Exchange Board Reporting
House Bill 163 - Tax Deduction for Non-Resident Beneficiary
House Bill 234 - Public Service Officers and Detox Facilities
House Bill 248 - Blocking Mobility Limited Parking Spaces
Senate Bill 553 - Oil Conservation Division Fees
Senate Bill 204 - Medical Cannabis in Schools
Senate Bill 173 - Transfer of Municipal Court Jurisdiction to Magistrate Court
Senate Bill 142 - Out of State Body Art License Equivalence
Senate Bill 135 - Naturopathic Doctors' Practice Act
Senate Bill 109 - Extend Certain Professional License Durations
Senate Bill 85 - Domestic Service Wage Protections
Senate Bill 3 - Campaign Finance Reporting
Senate Bill 545 - Veterinary Clinic Student Interns
Senate Bill 398 - Early Student Screening and Intervention for Dyslexia
Senate Bill 354 - Telemedicine Services
Senate Bill 350 - Automatic Renewal of Service Contracts
Senate Bill 328 - Orders of Protection and Firearm Ownership
Senate Bill 322 - College District Lease-Purchases
Senate Bill 307 - Increase Legislative Retirement Contributions
Senate Bill 239 - Airport Facility Landing Fees
Senate Bill 229 - School Support and Accountability Act
Senate Bill 223 - Land Grant Elections & Definitions
House Bill 436 - Align Health Insurance Law with Federal Law
House Bill 360 - Educational Retirement Changes
House Bill 592 - La Merced del Manzano Land Grant
House Bill 512 - Volunteer Firefighter Service Credit
House Bill 433 - Home Inspector Licensing Act
House Bill 431 - Termination of School Personnel
House Bill 315 - Agricultural Workforce Development Program Act
House Bill 285 - Short-Term and Limited-Benefit Health Plan Act
House Bill 225 - Search and Rescue Volunteer Insurance Claims
House Bill 165 - High-Wage Jobs Tax Credit Changes
House Bill 47 - School Employee & Assistants Probationary Period
House Bill 27 - Chaparral Library Feasibility Study
House Bill 20 - Grow Your Own Teachers Act
House Bill 501 - Increase Public Employer Pension Contribution Rates
Senate Bill 413 - Liquor Permit, Tax & Definition Changes
Senate Bill 395 - Uniform Probate Code Relating to Protective Arrangements
Senate Bill 337 - Surprise Billing Protection Act
Senate Bill 190 - Intimate Partner Violence Survivor Suffrage Act
Senate Bill 95 - Individual Development Account Act Changes
Senate Bill 503 - Uniform Probate Code Changes
Senate Bill 447 - Engineering & Surveying Scholarship Program
Senate Bill 378 - Self-Service Storage Insurance License Act
Senate Bill 248 - Motor Vehicle Dealer Education
Senate Bill 25 - No Differential Pricing Based on Gender
Senate Bill 341 - Credit for Transferring Students
Senate Bill 323 - Decrease Marijuana Penalties
Senate Bill 41 - Medicaid Provider and Managed Care Act
Senate Bill 17 - Land Grant-Merced Zoning Authority
House Bill 43 - Behavioral Health Interventions for Incarcerated Persons
House Bill 236 - Attendance for Success Act
House Bill 342 - Criminal Justice Reforms
House Bill 98 - Fingerprints Not Required to Renew Business License
House Bill 407 - Election Laws 50-Year Tune-Up
House Bill 157 - Emergency Communication and Medical Taxes
House Bill 37 - No LEDA Funds for Water Rights Purchases
Senate Bill 425 - Dept. of Defense Satellite Gross Receipts
Senate Bill 391 - External High School Diploma Program
Senate Bill 349 - Licensure for Visiting Sports Physicians
Senate Bill 313 - Tribal Judges in Judicial Education Center
Senate Bill 309 - Insurance Ultrasound Authorizations
Senate Bill 288 - Safe Schools for All Students Act
Senate Bill 231 - Public School Capital Outlay Calculations
Senate Bill 230 - Pre-K Classroom Facilities Initiative
Senate Bill 188 - Health Insurance Prior Authorization Act
Senate Bill 163 - Valencia County UNM Instructional Center
Senate Bill 123 - Caregiver Leave Act
Senate Bill 96 - Conviction Information on Job Applications
Senate Bill 4 - Campaign Public Financing Changes
House Bill 694 - Local Government Transportation Project Fund
House Bill 546 - Fluid Oil & Gas Waste Act
House Bill 521 - PRC Application to Expand Transportation Electrification
House Bill 447 - Track Children Between School & CYFD
House Bill 370 - Criminal Record Expungement Act
House Bill 364 - Restricted Housing Act
House Bill 291 - Efficient Use of Energy Act Updates
House Bill 275 - College of Education Affordability Act
House Bill 267 - Criminal Justice Reforms: Sentencing Commission, Arrest Records, Disclosure, Crime Reduction Grants
House Bill 240 - Level Two Teacher License Requirements
House Bill 230 - Child Abuse Reporting and Safe Care Plans
House Bill 150 - Lender Requirements for Small Loans and Installments
House Bill 129 - Armed School Security Personnel
House Bill 111 - Cultural and Linguistic Education Support
House Bill 81 - Physical Rehab Cost Sharing Limits
House Bill 55 - Agreement to Elect President by Popular Vote
House Bill 589 - Community School Framework
House Bill 5 - Public Education Changes
Senate Bill 1 - Public Education Changes
Senate Bill 329 - Opening Public Schools on Tribal Land
Senate Bill 664 - Education Retirement Benefits to Spouses
Senate Bill 549 - Chemical and Reagent Gross Receipts
Senate Bill 533 - Mesilla Valley Bosque Park Land Transfer
Senate Bill 473 - Additional Investment Vehicles for State & Local Treasurers
Senate Bill 438 - Acequia & Community Ditch Infrastructure Fund
Senate Bill 356 - Board & Commission Sunset Dates
Senate Bill 278 - Driver's License Changes
Senate Bill 270 - Rudolfo Anaya I Love to Read Day
Senate Bill 264 - Rural Libraries Endowment Act
Senate Bill 263 - Funeral Services Act Changes
Senate Bill 251 - Tuition & Fee Waivers for Foster Children
Senate Bill 234 - Pollinator Protection License Plate
Senate Bill 177 - Pull-Tab Gaming
Senate Bill 167 - Secretary of State Electronic Signatures
Senate Bill 162 - Requirement for Dissolution of Business Entities
Senate Bill 147 - School Safety Drill Requirements
Senate Bill 129 - Tax Protests & Admin. Hearings Office
Senate Bill 128 - Local Government Behavioral Health Clinic Funding
Senate Bill 126 - Primary Care Clinic Funding
Senate Bill 121 - Dept. of Transportation Livestock Fencing
Senate Bill 107 - Electronic Evidence of Motorists' Insurance
Senate Bill 88 - Procurement Functions to GSD
Senate Bill 84 - Senior Center Food Gardens
Senate Bill 44 - Equipment Purchases for Land Grants
Senate Bill 23 - Services for Youth Leaving Foster Care
Senate Bill 462 - Create Outdoor Recreation Division
House Bill 692 - Los Luceros Historic Site
House Bill 664 - Academic Credits for Career & Technical Education Courses
House Bill 651 - Water Data Act
House Bill 643 - Transfer Veterans' Home Oversight to DOH
House Bill 631 - Use of Flashing Lights by Recovery Vehicles
House Bill 584 - Financial Lending Use of National System
House Bill 539 - Social Work Practice Act Changes
House Bill 503 - Horse Racing Breeder Merit & Incentive Awards
House Bill 480 - Graduate Medical Education Expansion Grants
House Bill 429 - Property Tax Valuation Freeze Changes
House Bill 420 - School Advanced Placement Policy & Reporting
House Bill 393 - General Fund Tax Stabilization Reserve
House Bill 376 - Abuse & Neglect Multilevel Response Sysem
House Bill 371 - Medicare Part B Automatic Enrollment
House Bill 331 - Gaming Machine Hours of Operation
House Bill 314 - Children's Advocacy Centers
House Bill 312 - Seizure and Disposition of Forfeited Property
House Bill 303 - Foster Families Free Admission to Museums and Parks
House Bill 300 - Rural Electric Co-op Proxy Voting & Quorums
House Bill 293 - Filing and Recording of Duplicates
House Bill 280 - Nurse & Midwife Privilege Parity
House Bill 256 - Add E-Cigarettes to Clean Indoor Air Act
House Bill 241 - Public Project Revolving Fund Projects
House Bill 204 - Healthy Soil Act
House Bill 149 - Juvenile Delinquency Notices to Tribes
House Bill 128 - Senior Citizen Reduced Tuition Eligibility
House Bill 100 - Replace Columbus Day as Indigenous People's Day
House Bill 49 - Manufactured Housing Act Definitions
House Bill 17 - Water Leases & Use of Leased Water
House Bill 16 - Missing Persons Information Sharing
House Bill 322 - Autism Spectrum Disorder Coverage
House Bill 324 - PTSD as Firefighter Occupational Condition
Senate Bill 458 - Notice of Meetings Involving State Trust Land
House Bill 581 - Hemp Manufacturing Act
Senate Bill 437 - Increase Minimum Wage
Senate Bill 383 - Game Commission Fair Chase Rulemaking
Senate Bill 271 - Pharmacy Licensure and Registration Compliance
Senate Bill 228 - Wildlife Corridors Act
Senate Bill 227 - Unlawful Discrimination Practices by Employers
Senate Bill 225 - Air Medal License Plates
Senate Bill 221 - Opioid Overdose Patient Counseling
Senate Bill 219 - Historic Preservation and State Land Projects
Senate Bill 207 - Licensed Substance Abuse Associates Reimbursements
Senate Bill 131 - Interagency Pharmaceuticals Purchasing Council
Senate Bill 120 - Real Estate Auctioneers License Exemption
Senate Bill 20 - Change of Gender Identity on Birth Certificate
Senate Bill 12 - Water Rights Notifications Online
House Bill 638 - Bone Marrow Registry Patient Inquiry
House Bill 556 - Human Services Department Background Checks
House Bill 440 - Solar Energy Improvement Assessments
House Bill 388 - Gender-Free Restrooms Act
House Bill 379 - Acequia and Community Ditches Property Liens from Court Judgements
House Bill 308 - Dental Therapist Licensure
House Bill 278 - Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Task Force
House Bill 205 - Public Restroom Baby Changing Facilities
House Bill 202 - Conservancy District Roadway Liability
House Bill 151 - Liquor Deliveries by Licensed Minors
House Bill 135 - Sexual Assault Survivor's Bill of Rights
House Bill 56 - Excludes Prostitution as a Delinquent Act
House Bill 48 - Audiologist & Hearing Aid Seller Ethics Rules
Senate Bill 2 - Film Tax Credit Changes
Senate Bill 668 - State Ethics Commission Act
Senate Bill 593 - School Principal Licensure Reciprocity
Senate Bill 517 - DWI with a Minor in the Vehicle
Senate Bill 433 - Museum of Space History Commission Member Eligibility
Senate Bill 431 - Northern New Mexico College Branch Vocational and Technical College
Senate Bill 326 - Water Project Fund Projects
Senate Bill 262 - Technical Changes to Uniform Money Services Act
Senate Bill 261 - Compilation Commission Changes and Free Online Access
Senate Bill 192 - Option to Release Pregnant or Lactating Individuals from Jail
Senate Bill 165 - Municipal Revenue for Bond Repayment
Senate Bill 124 - Breastfeeding and Lactation Policies for Incarcerated Individuals
Senate Bill 43 - Drinking Water System Financing
Senate Bill 37 - Extend Date on Certain State Projects
Senate Bill 21 - Health Professional Loan Repayment Through Physician Fees
House Bill 505 - Regional Housing Authority Changes
House Bill 311 - Home Insurance Increase Notice & Appeals
House Bill 208 - Hazardous Duty Officers’ Compelled Statements
House Bill 158 - Funds for African American Performing Arts Center
Senate Bill 672 - Early and Automatic Voter Registration
Senate Bill 143 - PRC Fire Safety Standards
House Bill 85 - Union Security Agreements
Senate Bill 489 - Energy Transition Act
House Bill 91 - Career Technical Education Pilot Project
House Bill 7 - Higher Education Centers of Excellence
Senate Bill 576 - Broaden Locations for Area Vocational Schools
House Bill 549 - Removal of Partially Consumed Bottle of Wine from Winery
House Bill 137 - County and Tribal Health Councils Act
House Bill 127 - Increase College Affordability Maximum and Fund Distribution
House Bill 124 - Fire Protection Fund Changes
Senate Bill 407 - Lottery Tuition Fund for Tribal Colleges
Senate Bill 246 - Health Care Quality Surcharge Act
Senate Bill 82 - Safe Harbor for Nurses Act
Senate Bill 56 - Require Notice to Remove Independent Appraiser
Senate Bill 42 - Missing Persons Notification and Reporting
Senate Bill 16 - Gross Receipts Tax Deduction: Testing or Transporting Milk
Senate Bill 22 - Early Childhood Education and Care Department
Senate Bill 10 - Small Business Investment Corp Funds
House Bill 162 - Insurance Premium Tax Provisions
Senate Bill 8 - Firearm Sale Background Check
Senate Bill 11 - Gross Receipts Tax Application: LANL
Senate Bill 215 - Maternal Mortality and Morbidity Prevention Act
Senate Bill 200 - Massage Therapy Practice Act Changes
Senate Bill 199 - Electronic Communications Privacy Act
Senate Bill 198 - Administrative Office of the Courts Director Funds
Senate Bill 197 - Judge Pro Tempore Fund
Senate Bill 193 - Beef Council Assessment Opt-Out and Rate
Senate Bill 191 - Lobbyist Reporting Requirements - Expenditures Under $100
Senate Bill 189 - Mobility Limitation Transport License Placards
Senate Bill 179 - Lottery Scholarship for Students with Disabilities
Senate Bill 164 - Allows Insurance Agents to Give Customers Limited Gifts
Senate Bill 157 - Education Retirement: Convert Unused Sick Leave to Service Credit
Senate Bill 150 - Homeowner Association Act Amendments
Senate Bill 149 - Rename Alcohol and Gaming Division
Senate Bill 145 - EMS Transport, Triage for Myocardial Infarctions
Senate Bill 118 - Protect Confidentiality of Crime Victims and Witnesses
Senate Bill 117 - Wastewater System Financing
Senate Bill 106 - Short-Term Occupancy Rentals Tax Exemption
Senate Bill 77 - Limit Landowner Liability for Cave Exploration
Senate Bill 58 - Accountability in Government Act, Evidence & Research Based Funding Requests
Senate Bill 48 - Student Diabetes Management Act
Senate Bill 28 - Child Protective Custody, Preference to Relatives
Senate Bill 18 - Local Government Planning Fund
Senate Bill 9 - Psychologist Prescription Certificates
House Bill 276 - Advanced Mapping Fund for State Engineer
House Bill 257 - Expands Uses of Municipal Environmental Services GRT
House Bill 250 - Native American Education Student Needs Assessments
House Bill 242 - Regulation of Contact Lens and Glasses Prescriptions
House Bill 237 - Extend University Police Officers Authority Boundaries
House Bill 229 - Regional Air Center Special Economic District Act
House Bill 227 - Use of Attendance in Teacher Evaluations
House Bill 226 - Registered Lay Midwives as Practitioners
House Bill 217 - Infrastructure Development Zone Act Notices
House Bill 216 - County Subdivision Regulation Recordation Requirements
House Bill 203 - Agricultural Economic Development
House Bill 97 - ERB, PERA, SIC in Local Government Investment Pool
House Bill 74 - Traditional Historic Community Qualifications
House Bill 72 - Occupational Therapy Definition and Scope of Practice
House Bill 66 - Patient Access to Mammography Information
House Bill 50 - Audit Reviews by Board of Finance
House Bill 44 - Technical Teacher & Education Assistant Development Funds
House Bill 1 - Legislative Feed Bill
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