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H 1 FEED BILL   (Martinez, Javier I) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 1 (HB 1) enacts the “feed bill” which appropriates funds for the current legislative session and related legislative expenses. The bill has an emergency clause, to take effect immediately.


H 1 FEED BILL   (Martinez, Javier I) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill


H 2 GENERAL APPROPRIATION ACT OF 2022   (Lundstrom, Patricia A) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

As amended by SFC and conference committee, HAFC Committee Substitute for HB2 & HB3 appropriates $8.29 billion in recurring general fund (GF) appropriations for legislative, judicial, general government, higher education and public education expenditures in FY23. This represents a 13.9% increase from the FY22 budget and (after tax reductions passed this session) would leave a projected $2.5 billion (almost 30%) in the state’s GF reserves.


H 2 TAX REBATES   (Chandler, Christine ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 2 (HB 2) provides for two supplemental tax rebates in the total amount of $1,000 for married filing joint New Mexico filers and $500 for single filers. HB 2 also provides for relief payments for state residents that are not eligible for the tax rebates on a first-come, first-serve basis. Funds will be transferred from the Tax Stabilization Reserve Fund if adequate revenue in the General Fund (GF) is unavailable. The bill provides appropriations from GF in the amount of $20 million for relief payments and $785 thousand for administrative costs. HB 2 declares an emergency.


H 3 DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION APPROPRIATION ACT   (Rubio, Angelica ) Current Location: QSUB View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 3 (HB 3) appropriates funds for the operation of the Department of Transportation.


H 4 HYDROGEN HUB DEVELOPMENT ACT  (Lundstrom, Patricia A) Current Location: HENRC View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 4 (HB 4) enacts the Hydrogen Hub Development Act which provides for the designation of hydrogen hubs and allows public partners to enter into public-private partnership agreements to facilitate development of hydrogen hub projects. It creates the Hydrogen Hub Development Board and specifies its powers and the additional duties of the New Mexico Finance Authority and the Department of Energy. HB 4 creates the Hydrogen Hub Project Fund and establishes criteria for approval of hydrogen hub projects. It establishes the Hydrogen Production and Energy Generation Income Tax Credit, the Hydrogen Production and Energy Generation Corporate Income Tax Credit, and Gross Receipts and Compensating Tax deductions for hydrogen-related sales and use. HB 4 amends definitions in the Rural Electric Cooperative Act and the Renewable Energy Act. HB 4 declares an emergency.


H 5 PRETRIAL RELEASE CONDITIONS   (Matthews, Marian ) Current Location: HCAL View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 5 (HB 5) relates to pretrial release and establishes a rebuttable presumption for when a person is dangerous to another person or the community and no release conditions will protect the safety of the community. This bill has an emergency clause, to take effect immediately.


H 6 CLEAN FUTURE ACT   (Small, Nathan ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 6 (HB 6) enacts the Clean Future Act and new sections of the Air Quality Control Act and provides powers and duties. HB 6 establishes greenhouse gas emissions limits. It directs the Environmental Improvement Board to adopt rules to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and directs the assessment of fees. It creates a fund and makes an appropriation.


H 7 OPPORTUNITY ENTERPRISE ACT   (Dixon, Meridith ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 7 (HB 7) adds new material that creates the Opportunity Enterprise Act in Public Finance; authorizes the New Mexico Finance Authority to provide for and establish terms for financing, loans and leases; creates the Opportunity Enterprise Revolving Fund; transfers excess revenue to the General Fund; creates and provides powers and duties for the Opportunity Enterprise Review Board; and requires reports.


H 8 LAND GRANT-MERCED ASSISTANCE FUND   (McQueen, Matthew ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 8 (HB 8) creates the Land Grant-Merced Assistance Fund. It prescribes duties. HB 8 provides for distributions pursuant to the Tax Administration Act and makes an appropriation.


H 9 UNLAWFUL ACCESS TO FIREARM BY MINOR   (Herndon, Pamelya ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 9 (HB 9) creates the crime of unlawful access to a firearm by a minor.


H 10 ASIAN AMERICAN, PACIFIC ISLE & HAWAIIAN DAY   (Bounkeua, Kay ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 10 (HB 10) relates to public holidays. HB 10 designates every first Saturday of May as "Asian American, Pacific Islander and Native Hawaiian Day" in the House. HB 10 declares an emergency.


H 11 ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM TAX CREDIT   (Sarinana, Debra Mari ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 11 creates the Energy Storage System Income Tax Credit and provides for fee imposition, annual reporting, and website functions by the Taxation and Revenue Department and the Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department (EMNRD). HB 11 appropriates collected fees to EMNRD and repeals the credit after two years. HB 11 is referred to the Science, Technology and Telecommunications Committee.


H 12 LANDSCAPE ASSESSMENT FOR AMERICASERVES   (Sarinana, Debra Mari ) Current Location: HAFC View Analysis View Bill

House Bill (HB 12) appropriates one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) for a statewide landscape assessment to establish the Americaserves New Mexico Program.


H 13 TEACHER RESIDENCY CHANGES   (Sarinana, Debra Mari ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 13 (HB 13) amends Sections of the Teacher Residency Act and makes an appropriation.


H 14 BONDS & GRT DEDUCTION FOR ELECTRIC STORAGE   (Chandler, Christine ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 14 (HB 14) amends Industrial Revenue Bond (IRB) Act and the County IRB Act to make electric energy storage facilities eligible for revenue bond funding. HB 14 exempts the sale of energy storage equipment to government entities from Gross Receipts Tax.


H 15 TRIBAL GROSS RECEIPTS RATES   (Louis, Georgene ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

Amended Synopsis February 11, 2022 SIRCa/HB 15: The Senate Indian, Rural and Cultural Affairs Committee amendment to House Bill 15 relates to taxation. SIRCa/HB 15 removes a requirement that a tribe's tax must be not greater than the state's gross receipts tax rate and local option gross receipts tax rates to be credited against gross receipts tax due pursuant to the Gross Receipts and Compensating Tax Act. Amended February 01, 2022 HB 15/HTRCa relates to taxation. HB 15/HTRCa removes a requirement that a tribe's tax must be not greater than the state's gross receipts tax rate and local option gross receipts tax rates to be credited against gross receipts tax due pursuant to the Gross Receipts and Compensation Tax Act. HB 15/HTRCa amends the definitions for Tribe to include Fort Sill Apache Tribe or the Navajo Nation. Original January 04, 2022 House Bill 15 (HB 15) relates to taxation. HB 15 provides that gross receipts, sales, or similar tax levied by certain tribes will be limited to a rate not less than the total of the gross receipts tax rate and local option gross receipts tax rates imposed within the exterior boundaries of those tribes.


H 16 GUN VIOLENCE VICTIM ADVOCATE FUNDING   (Garcia, Miguel P) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 16 (HB 16) appropriates $5,000,000 to the Crime Victims Reparation Commission to fund law enforcement-based advocates for victims of gun violence and violent crime.


H 17 EXPAND RURAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER TAX CREDIT   (Garcia, Miguel P) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

HB 17 relates to taxation adding certain pharmacist, nurses, social workers, behavioral health counselors and therapist, to the rural health care practitioner tax credit.


H 18 PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS   (Garcia, Miguel P) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 18 (HB 18) amends the degree requirements for licensure as a professional engineer.


H 19 ANTON CHICO LAND GRANT SENIOR SERVICES   (Garcia, Miguel P) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 19 (HB 19) appropriates seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000) to the Aging and Long-Term Services Department to fund various senior services through the Anton Chico Land Grant-Merced Senior Outreach Program.


H 20 TIERRA AMARILLA LAND GRANT PROGRAMS   (Garcia, Miguel P) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 20 (HB 20) appropriates forty-nine thousand ($49,000) for Los Pueblos de Tierra Amarilla Land Grant-Merced to purchase office equipment to support community programs, to operate a community center and to maintain various properties for community use and economic development.


H 21 ANTON CHICO LAND GRANT YOUTH & ED PROGRAMS   (Garcia, Miguel P) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 21 (HB 21) appropriates seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000) to the Local Government Division of the Department of Finance and Administration to fund youth recreation programs and community education services at the Anton Chico Land Grant-Merced.


H 22 LIMITED ENGLISH ACCESS TO STATE PROGRAMS   (Roybal Caballero, Patricia ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 22 (HB 22) amends the Executive Department statute regarding the duties and powers of the Secretary. HB 22 requires all state departments to provide meaningful access to state programs for individuals with limited proficiency in English. HB 22 makes an appropriation.


H 23 HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS PAP REGISTRY   (Trujillo, Christine ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Makes an appropriation to the Board of Regents of the University of New Mexico for operational infrastructure for the Statewide Human Papillomavirus Pap Registry.


H 24 STATE ENGINEER WATER PLANNING & MANAGEMENT   (Lujan, Tara L.) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 24 (HB 24) appropriates twelve million dollars ($12,000,000) to the Office of State Engineer for water planning administration and management. The Water and Natural Resources Committee requested the introduction of HB 24


H 25 CHANGE SOME STATUTES OF LIMITATION   (Rehm, William ) Current Location: DEAD View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 25 (HB 25) provides for a six-year time limit for prosecuting first degree felony trafficking of controlled substances and provides for no time limitation for prosecuting second degree murder.


H 26 UNLAWFUL FIREARMS WHILE TRAFFICKING   (Rehm, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 26 (HB 26) creates the third-degree felony crime of unlawful carrying of a firearm while trafficking a controlled substance.


H 27 PRETRIAL RELEASE OF CERTAIN PERSONS   (Rehm, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 27 (HB 27) creates a rebuttable presumption that the prosecution has proven by clear and convincing evidence that certain defendants are dangerous and should be held in jail without bail. This bill has an emergency clause, to take effect immediately.


H 28 FELON IN POSSESSION OF FIREARM PENALTY   (Rehm, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 28 (HB 28) provides that the penalty for a felon in possession of a firearm or destructive device is five years imprisonment.


H 29 ORGANIZED RETAIL CRIME   (Rehm, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 29 creates the crime of organized retail crime, with penalties ranging from a petty misdemeanor to a second-degree felony, depending on the amount of merchandised affected.


H 30 LIMIT CAR SALE LOCATIONS & SELLERS   (Rehm, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 30 (HB 30) amends Motor Vehicles statues to limit the locations where a motor vehicle may be sold or offered for sale. HB 30 also limits the number of sales per year for person who is not a dealer and prohibits the sale of a motor vehicle by a non-owner who is no a motor vehicle dealer.


H 31 ADDITIONAL VIOLENT FELONIES   (Rehm, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 31 (HB 31) provides additional violent felonies in the Criminal Sentencing Act for the purpose of life imprisonment for three violent felony convictions, provides that certain crimes committed by juveniles constitute violent felonies, and allows parole for certain elderly inmates.


H 32 FEMININE HYGIENE PRODUCT GROSS RECEIPTS   (Trujillo, Christine ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 32 (HB 32) relates to taxation. HB 32 provides gross receipts tax and governmental gross receipts tax deductions for feminine hygiene products. HB 32 requires annual reporting. The provisions of this act are effective July 01, 2022.


H 33 CIGARETTE AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS TAX   (Ferrary, Joanne ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 33 (HB 33) increases the cigarette tax from 10 cents to 20 cents a cigarette, increases the tax on tobacco products, includes nicotine in the definition of tobacco product, and decreases the distribution of cigarette taxes.


H 34 SOLAR MARKET DEVELOPMENT TAX CREDIT EXTENSION   (Ferrary, Joanne ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 34 (HB 34) makes three changes to the New Solar Market Development Income Tax Credit: extends the credit by four additional years; doubles the aggregate credit cap to $16 million; and makes the credit refundable to taxpayers.


H 35 GEOTHERMAL GROUND-COUPLED HEAT PUMPS   (Ferrary, Joanne ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 35 (HB 35) extends the Geothermal Ground-Coupled Heat Pump Tax Credits and makes the income tax credit refundable. HB 35 raises the aggregate cap of the credits to $16 million and requires annual reporting by the Taxation and Revenue Department. The definition of qualifying heat pump is modified.


H 36 NATURAL HERITAGE CONSERVATION ACT AMENDMENTS   (Ortez, Kristina ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 36 (HB 36) amends the Natural Heritage Conservation Act by authorizing the acquisition of land and other interests in land for conservation purposes. It makes conforming changes.


H 37 COMMUNITY ENERGY EFFICIENCY DEV BLOCK GRANT   (Ortez, Kristina ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 37 (HB 37) enacts the Community Energy Efficiency Development Block Grant Act that creates a grant program and a fund to implement energy efficiency measures in low-income households and authorizes the New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority to apply for these grants. It mandates certain reporting and authorizes utility rate preferences for low-income customers. HB 37 directs rulemaking.


H 38 RURAL HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONER TAX CREDIT   (Allison, Anthony ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

: Expanding the Rural Health Care Practitioner Tax Credit to apply to all registered nurses, licensed midwives and chiropractic physicians and emergency medical services first responders and essential health care workers who provided assistance during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic. Also includes reporting requirements.


H 39 GRT DEDUCTION FOR NONATHLETIC SPECIAL EVENTS   (Gallegos, Doreen Y) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 39 (HB 39) extends the deduction from gross receipts and governmental gross receipts for nonathletic special events at post-secondary educational institutions.


H 40 TERMINATION OF STATES OF EMERGENCY   (Nibert, Greg ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 40 (HB 40) terminates any declarations of emergencies under the All Hazard Emergency Management Act or the Public Health Emergency Response Act after 90 days unless the governor calls a special session of the legislature to discuss the emergency. HB 40 declares an emergency.


H 41 WATER TRUST FUND   (Herrera, Susan K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 41 (HB 41) appropriates sixty million dollars ($60,000,000) to the Water Trust Fund.


H 42 PUBLIC PROJECT REVOLVING FUND PROJECTS   (Herrera, Susan K) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 42 (HB 42) authorizes loans for various public projects from the Public Project Revolving Fund. This bill has an emergency clause, to take effect immediately.


H 43 CHARTER SCHOOL FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS   (Garratt, Joy ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 43 (HB 43) adds a new section to the New Mexico Finance Authority Act to provide loans to Charter Schools; amends Public Schools to require notification to charter schools of property available and provides that the Public School Outlay fund include charter schools; creates the Charter Facility Fund; Amends Public schools to include charter schools in proposed funding through tax imposition; and makes an appropriation.


H 44 AFFIRMATIVE CONSENT POLICY IN SCHOOLS   (Thomson, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: DEAD View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 44 (HB 44) relates to education. HB 44 requires public schools and public and private post-secondary educational institutions to adopt policies and procedures addressing affirmative consent and prevention of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, harassment and stalking. HB 44 makes changes to the Public School Code to include a requirement to set affirmative consent as the standard for sexual activity.


H 45 PROGRAM UNITS FOR LICENSED SCHOOL EMPLOYEES   (Ferrary, Joanne ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 45 (HB 45) amends Public schools to provide for program units for licensed school employees certified by the national board for professional teaching standards.


H 46 FAMILY REPRESENTATION AND ADVOCACY ACT   (Chasey, Gail C.) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Floor Substitute Synopsis February 10, 2022 Hflsub1/HCPACcs/HB 46: The House Floor Substitute for House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee, committee substitute for House Bill 46 relates to child welfare. Hflsub1/HCPACcs/HB 46 enacts the Family Representation and Advocacy Act. Hflsub1/HCPACcs/HB 46 creates the office of Family Representation and Advocacy. Hflsub1/HCPACcs/HB 46 establishes duties of the director. Hflsub1/HCPACcs/HB 46 creates the Family Representation and Advocacy Commission. Committee Substitute One February 02, 2022 HCPACcs1/HB 46: The House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee, committee substitute for House Bill 46 relates to child welfare. HCPACcs1/HB 46 enacts the Family Representation and Advocacy Act. HCPACcs1/HB 46 creates the office of Family Representation and Advocacy. HCPACcs1/HB 46 establishes duties of the director. HCPACcs1/HB 46 creates the Family Representation and Advocacy Commission. Original Synopsis January 08, 2022 House Bill 46 (HB 46) relates to child welfare. HB 46 enacts the Family Representation and Advocacy Act. HB 46 creates the Office of Family Representation and Advocacy. HB 46 establishes the duties of the director. HB 46 creates the Family Representation and Advocacy Oversight Commission.


H 47 EXCLUDE HOME HEALTH CARE FROM DSB SOURCING   (Chandler, Christine ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 47 (HB 47) exempts personal care services, home health care, and hospice care from Gross Receipts Tax when the service occurs in the state (destination sourcing) and declares an emergency.


H 48 EXEMPT SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME FROM INCOME TAX   (Brown, Cathrynn N) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 48 (HB 48) exempts Social Security benefits from state income tax. HB 48 prohibits taxpayers from claiming both the over 65 and blind exemption and the proposed Social Security exemption.


H 49 EXEMPT SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME FROM INCOME TAX   (Armstrong, Gail "Missy") Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 49 (HB 49) gradually exempts 100% Social Security benefits from state income tax over six years in 20% increments. HB 49 prohibits taxpayers from claiming both the over 65 and blind exemption and the proposed Social Security exemption.


H 50 PUBLIC RETIREES RETURNING TO WORK   (Anderson, Phelps ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 50 (HB 50) relates to public employee retirement. HB 50 allows public employees to return to work for affiliated public employers under certain conditions.


H 51 PERA BOARD MEMBERS, ELECTION & NOTICE   (Anderson, Phelps ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 51 (HB 51) changes the composition of the Public Employees Retirement Board and certain election requirements. HB 51 requires written notice of an emergency meeting.


H 52 HARM REDUCTION ACT AMENDMENTS   (Lujan, Tara L.) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Relating to health by amending the Harm Reduction Act to expand supplies or devices provided to harm reduction program participants, providing that possession of certain supplies or devices is not a violation of the Controlled Substances Act, adjusting the Department of Health and Advisory Committee Duties pertaining to the Harm Reduction Program, adjusting advisory committee membership, repealing Sections 24-2C-2 and 24=2C-6 NMSA1978 (Being laws1997, Chapter 256, Sections 2 and 6)


H 53 DWI BLOOD TESTING   (Rehm, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 53 (HB 53) relates to driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs. HB 53 changes the requirements for testing the blood of a person suspected of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs. HB 53 provides that certain medical professionals are authorized to withdraw blood in the performance of a chemical blood test for driving a motor vehicle or operating a motorboat under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs. HB 53 clarifies that the chemical blood test may be for drugs or alcohol.


H 54 CANNABIS & DWI TESTING   (Rehm, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill (HB 54) relates to driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor, drugs, or adult-use recreational cannabis. HB 54 addresses road safety issues related to the legalization of adult-use recreational cannabis. HB 54 provides for testimony by interactive video. HB 54 prohibits driving with certain amounts of controlled substances or metabolites in the blood. HB 54 changes the requirements for testing the blood of a person suspected of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs. HB 54 provides that certain medical professionals are authorized to withdraw blood in the performance of a chemical blood test for driving a motor vehicle or operating a motorboat under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs. HB 54 clarifies that the chemical blood test may be for drugs or alcohol. HB 54 provides for implied consent to a laboratory analyst's appearance by video. HB 54 provides that the ignition interlock requirement only applies to offenders with alcohol concentration in their blood or breath.


H 55 PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP ACT   (Garratt, Joy ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 55 (HB 55) enacts the Public-Private Partnership Act that allows public partners to enter into public-private partnership agreements to facilitate public projects, including public transportation and broadband facilities. It creates the Public-Private Partnership Board and the Public-Private Partnership Project Fund and provides that the Procurement Code does not apply to PPP agreements.


H 56 TEMPORARY VETERINARY PERMITS   (Martinez, Javier I) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 56 (HB 56) relates to veterinary medicine. HB 56 requires the issuance of six-month, temporary permits to practice veterinary medicine to certain nonresident veterinarians employed by or contracted with the state, a municipality, or a county to provide veterinary services at nationally accredited zoos or aquariums located in New Mexico.


H 57 2023 TRANSPORTATION DISTRIBUTION CALCULATIONS   (Romero, G Andres) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 57 (HB 57) amends Public School Finance to adjust school districts’ and charter schools’ Fiscal Year 2023 transportation calculations and makes temporary adjustments to transportation distributions.


H 58 ADULT ONLINE LEARNER SCHOLARSHIP ACT   (Hernandez, Joshua Nathaniel) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 58 (HB 58) creates in Higher Education the Adult Online Learner Scholarship Act; creates the Adult Online Learner Scholarship Program; focuses the program on New Mexico-specific critical workforce needs; provides for termination of scholarship and for reporting; creates the Adult Online Learner Scholarship Fund; and makes appropriations.


H 59 SCHOOL GROUP INSURANCE CONTRIBUTIONS   (Lara, Raymundo ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 59 (HB 59) amends Public Schools Group Insurance Contributions and provides an appropriation to pay for the increased employer contributions.


H 60 NATIVE AMERICAN LANGUAGE CERTIFICATE SALARIES   (Lente, Derrick ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 60 (HB 60) amends Public Schools Personnel to require salary parity for people who hold Native American Language and Culture Certificates; makes an appropriation.


H 61 TRIBAL AGREEMENTS WITH EARLY CHILDHOOD DEPT.   (Lente, Derrick ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 61 (HB 61) relates to early childhood. HB 61 authorizes the Early Childhood Education and Care Department to enter into joint powers agreements with tribal governments.


H 62 GRANT OPPORTUNITIES COUNCIL   (Dixon, Meridith ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 62 (HB 62) creates the Grant Opportunities Council which advises the Department of Finance and Administration on grant matters and creates the Grants Matching Fund which allows grants for projects that provide services to rural and smaller communities. HB 62 appropriates $1,000,000 to help political subdivisions meet grant matching requirements.


H 63 HEALTH COMMITTEE AS PERMANENT COMMITTEE   (Garcia, Miguel P) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

HB 63 relates to the Legislature by increasing the number of members that comprise the Legislative Health and Human Services Committee and assigning monitoring and oversight duties to the Legislative Health and Human Services Committee members, and providing year-around staff to the Legislative Health and Human Services Committee and requiring state agency compliance with the Legislative Health and Human Services Committee, and its subcommittees request for information and, establishing the Committees and Subcommittees power to administer oaths and issue subpoenas, and requiring an appropriation.


H 64 BRANDISHING FIREARM IN GUILTY PLEAS   (Garcia, Miguel P) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 64 (HB 64) amends Section 31-18-16 to require the inclusion of brandishing a firearm in any related guilty plea.


H 65 HOUSING MODERNIZATION CHANGES   (Romero, Andrea ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 65 (HB 65) relates to housing. HB 65 clarifies the requirement for a written statement of deductions in certain circumstances. HB 65 increases certain civil penalties. HB 65 increases the time permitted to remedy nonpayment of rent for a rental agreement. HB 65 increases periods of time required for nonpayment notices. HB 65 requires the issuance of a judgment of restitution prior to a writ of restitution. HB 65 clarifies that issuance and execution of a writ of restitution are stayed during an appeal. HB 65 prohibits an owner from refusing to renew or seeking to terminate a rental agreement during a declared emergency or disaster. HB 65 declares the provisions of this act an emergency.


H 66 MEAT INSPECTIONS   (Chatfield, Jack ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 66 (HB 66) appropriates one million seven hundred thirteen thousand dollars ($1,713,000) for the NM Livestock Board to initiate and maintain a system of meat inspection for human consumption.


H 67 TECH READINESS GROSS RECEIPTS TAX CREDIT   (Chandler, Christine ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 67 (HB 67) extends the Technology Readiness Gross Receipts Tax Credit and repeals the tax credit fund.


H 68 CRIMINAL CODE CHANGES   (Dixon, Meridith ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 68 (HB 68) creates the crime of criminal threat, increases the penalty for unlawful possession of a handgun by a person, prohibits the unlawful carrying of a deadly weapon in a school zone (instead of just on school premises), clarifies the penalty for receipt, transportation or possession of a firearm or destructive device by a serious violent felon, adds penalties for aggravated fleeing a law enforcement officer, provides sentence enhancements when a firearm is used in a drug deal or serious violent offense, and clarifies that a firearm used during the commission of a drug deal or serious violent offense may be seized.


H 69 CREATE CRIME OF OPERATING A CHOP SHOP   (Dixon, Meridith ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 69 (HB 69) creates the crime of operating a chop shop, the crime of criminal damage to property by theft or attempted theft of regulated material, and prohibits a secondhand metal dealer from purchasing or receiving regulated material.


H 70 RAISING CAP ON RURAL UNIVERSAL SERVICE FUND   (Figueroa, Natalie ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

HB 70 relates telecommunications by amending the Rural Telecommunications Act of New Mexico, raising the CAP for obligations on the State Rural Universal Service Fund, raising the Service Fund to forty million dollars ($40,000) per year for the years 2022,2023, and 2024, authorizing the Public Regulation Commission to spend seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000) for audits or evaluations of results of certain expenditures from the State Rural Universal Service Fund.


H 71 LIMIT PROPERTY TAX VALUATION INCREASE   (McQueen, Matthew ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 71 (HB 71) proposes that beginning in 2024, a principal residence’s property tax valuation is limited to a 3% increase in one year. HB 71 limits property tax of a residence that is not a primary residence to 10%.


H 72 SPACE TICKET GROSS RECEIPTS   (McQueen, Matthew ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 72 (HB 72) clarifies that ticket sales or services to transport people into or near space are not deducted from Gross Receipts Tax in certain cases.


H 73 EDUCATIONAL RETIREES RETURNING TO WORK   (Garratt, Joy ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 73 (HB 73) amends Public Schools to allow certain retirees to return to work without a suspension of retirement benefits.


H 74 RETIREE HEALTH CARE FUND CONTRIBUTIONS   (Figueroa, Natalie ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

HB 74 relates to retiree health care by increasing employee and employer contribution rates to the Retiree Health Care Fund.


H 75 PUBLIC BANKING ACT   (Roybal Caballero, Patricia ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 75 (HB 75) relates to public finance. HB 75 enacts the Public Banking Act. HB 75 creates the Public Bank of New Mexico. HB 75 establishes a Board of Directors and the structure of the Public Bank of New Mexico. HB 75 provides duties. HB 75 permits certain investments. HB 75 prohibits conflicts of interest. HB 75 creates the State Banking Fund. HB 75 requires the State Treasurer to deposit and maintain a certain amount of public money in the Public Bank of New Mexico. HB 75 provides penalties. HB 75 makes an appropriation.


H 76 MILITARY RETIREMENT INCOME TAX EXEMPTION   (Anderson, Phelps ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 76 (HB 76) proposes an Income Tax Exemption of military retirement pay not to exceed $30,000.


H 77 INVESTMENT STAFF PAY PARITY   (Roybal Caballero, Patricia ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 77 (HB 77) requires pay parity for certain investment staff and permits an employer to provide alternative qualifications for certain investment staff.


H 78 CAP ON CERTAIN INTEREST RATES   (Roybal Caballero, Patricia ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 78 (HB 78) relates to lending. HB 78 imposes a cap on interest rates. HB 78 voids contracts that exceed the interest rate cap. HB 78 lowers the maximum annual percentage rate for loans pursuant to the New Mexico Bank Installment Loan Act of 1959 and the New Mexico Small Loan Act of 1955.


H 79 SECOND DEGREE MURDER TIME & SENTENCING   (Ely, Daymon ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 79 (HB 79) removes the statute of limitations for second-degree murder, increases the penalties for second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder and clarifies noncapital felony sentencing provisions.


H 80 ANGEL INVESTMENT CREDIT REFUNDABLE   (Serrato, Linda ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 80 (HB 80) doubles the amount of the Angel Investment Credit (credit) and makes it refundable. Qualifying businesses for the credit are expanded. The aggregate cap of the credits is increased.


H 81 FINE, FEE & COST PAYMENT FLEXIBILITY   (Cadena-Lara, Micaela L) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 81 (HB 81) provides flexibility for the payment of fines, fees and costs associated with convictions, and expands community service options.


H 82 DIALYSIS FACILITY GROSS RECEIPTS   (Cadena-Lara, Micaela L) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 82 (HB 82) makes a Gross Receipts Tax deduction for dialysis facilities permanent by eliminating its repeal date. HB 82 modifies eligible facilities.


H 83 QUALIFICATIONS FOR HEAD OF OSE   (Romero, Andrea ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 83 (HB 83) amends the eligibility requirements for the position of state engineer to include geohydrologists, hydrologists, geologists and attorneys.


H 84 CRIME REDUCTION GRANT PURPOSES   (Ely, Daymon ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 84 (HB 84) expands the purposes for which a Crime Reduction Grant may be made.


H 85 "MISSING IN NEW MEXICO EVENT"   (Romero, Andrea ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 85 (HB 85) relates to missing persons. It creates the Missing in New Mexico Event and declares an emergency.


H 86 LAW ENFORCEMENT RETENTION FUND   (Dixon, Meridith ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 86 (HB 86) relates to law enforcement. HB 86 creates the Law Enforcement Retention Fund. HB 86 provides a retention differential disbursement to certain law enforcement officers. HB 86 provides reporting requirements. HB 86 makes an appropriation.


H 87 INDIAN EDUCATION FUND DISTRIBUTIONS   (Lente, Derrick ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Amended Synopsis February 9, 2022 HAFCa/HB 87 relates to Indian Education. HAFCa/HB 87 adds distribution requirements to the Indian Education Fund. Original Synopsis January 20, 2022 House Bill 87 (HB 87) relates to Indian Education. HB 87 adds distribution requirements to the Indian Education Fund. HB 87 makes an appropriation.


H 88 YAZZIE LAWSUIT APPROPRIATIONS   (Lente, Derrick ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 88 (HB 88) makes appropriations for Indian Nations, Tribes and Pueblos to respond to the consolidated Yazzie/Martinez V. State of New Mexico lawsuit.


H 89 TRIBAL EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE PROJECTS   (Lente, Derrick ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 89 (HB 89) makes an appropriation to the Indian Affairs Department for Library and Educational Resource Center Projects for Indian Nations, Tribes and Pueblos.


H 90 APPROPRIATIONS FOR YAZZIE LAWSUIT   (Lente, Derrick ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 90 (HB 90) makes appropriations to state institutions of higher education and tribal colleges to comply with the court's rulings in the consolidated Martinez and Yazzie V. The State of New Mexico lawsuit by improving educational outcomes for certain public school and higher education students and families.


H 91 PROHIBIT CRITICAL RACE THEORY TEACHING   (Dow, Rebecca ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 91 (HB 91) adds a new section of Public Schools Chapter 22, Article 13 NMSA 1978 to prohibit teaching critical race theory in schools.


H 92 MAGISTRATE JUDGE RETIREMENT CHANGES   (Hochman-Vigil, Dayan ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 92 (HB 92) relates to magistrate retirement and allows for the appropriation of money into the Magistrate Retirement Fund, increases certain service credit multipliers, and makes $10,000,000 in appropriations to the Magistrate Retirement Fund.


H 93 MOBILITY LIMITATION LICENSE PLATES   (Hochman-Vigil, Dayan ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 93 (HB 93) requires the Taxation and Revenue Department to establish a design element that denotes a permanent significant mobility limitation and to issue that design element on another special registration plate if requested by a person with a permanent significant mobility limitation who is qualified for the other registration plate.


H 94 JUDICIAL RETIREMENT CHANGES   (Hochman-Vigil, Dayan ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 94 (HB 94) allows for the appropriation of money into the Judicial Retirement Fund, increases certain service credit multipliers, and makes $35,000,000 in appropriations to the Judicial Retirement Fund.


H 95 HEALTH- EASY ENROLLMENT ACT   (Thomson, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 95 (HB 95) relates to health. HB 95 enacts the Easy Enrollment Act. HB 95 establishes the Easy Enrollment Program. HB 95 requires revision of state income tax forms to allow taxpayers to consent to provision of certain information pertaining to enrollment in certain health coverage programs. HB 95 allows the Human Services Department to enroll consenting taxpayers in Medicaid. HB 95 allows the New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange to enroll consenting taxpayers in qualified health plans under certain circumstances. HB 95 provides an exception to confidentiality for certain tax return information. The provisions of this act apply to taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2022.


H 96 VIOLENCE INTERVENTION PROGRAM ACT   (Chasey, Gail C.) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Amended Synopsis February 08, 2022 HAFCa1/HB 96 relates to crime. HAFCa1/HB 96 enacts the Violence Intervention Program Act. HAFCa1/HB 96 creates the Violence Intervention Program Fund. HAFCa1/HB 96 establishes application and reporting requirements. Original Synopsis January 21, 2022 House Bill 96 (HB 96) relates to crime. HB 96 enacts the Violence Intervention Program Act. HB 96 creates the Violence Intervention Program Fund. HB 96 establishes application and reporting requirements. HB 96 makes an appropriation.


H 97 RURAL HEALTH CARE PROJECT LOANS   (Matthews, Marian ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 97 (HB 97) creates the Rural Health Care Project Loan program, its terms, revolving fund, powers, and duties. HB 97 appropriates $7.5 million to the program from the General Fund.


H 98 GENERAL APPROPRIATION ACT OF 2022   (Lundstrom, Patricia A) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Abbreviated budget bill (11 pages) broadly appropriates $8,344,040.7k from the General Fund for legislative, judicial, general government, higher education & public education expenditures in FY23. Totals for each category match the Executive/DFA budget recommendations.


H 99 CRIME OF THREATENING A JUDGE   (Lane, T. Ryan ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 99 (HB 99) creates the crime of threatening a judge or judge’s family member, and creates the crime of malicious sharing of information of a judge or judge’s family member.


H 100 CERTAIN PEACE OFFICER SURVIVOR'S BENEFITS   (Lane, T. Ryan ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 100 (HB 100) relates to law enforcement. HB 100 increases the amount of Peace Officers', New Mexico Mounted Patrol Members' and Reserve Police Officers' Survivors Supplemental Death Benefits. HB 100 increases the minimum balance of the Peace Officers', New Mexico Mounted Patrol Members' and Reserve Police Officers' Survivors Fund.


H 101 NM REFORESTATION CENTER ACT   (Sarinana, Debra Mari ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 101 (HB 101) enacts the New Mexico Reforestation Center Act and directs the Forestry Division of the Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department to enter into an agreement with New Mexico Highlands University, New Mexico State University and the University of New Mexico to create the New Mexico Reforestation Center to address the impacts of climate change on the state's forests and address the state's reforestation needs. It creates a board and directs the establishment of a dedicated account for funding. HB 101 appropriates four million six hundred eight thousand one hundred dollars ($4,608,100) for the Reforestation Center.


H 102 ENTITY-LEVEL TAX INCOME & PAYMENT   (Cadena-Lara, Micaela L) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 102 (HB 102) creates the Entity-level Tax (ELT) and provides an option for pass-through businesses to pay ELT instead of withholding. HB 102 exempts income subject to ELT from state income taxes and corporate taxes.


H 103 CNM VENTURE STUDIO   (Serrato, Linda ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 103 (HB 103) makes an appropriation to the Higher Education Department for the Central New Mexico Community College to develop and launch a venture studio to build and develop local companies.


H 104 VENTURE CAPITAL PROGRAM ACT   (Dixon, Meridith ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 104 (HB 104) adds new material to Public Finances by enacting the Venture Capital Program Act; creating the Venture Capital Program Fund; and providing for investments in New Mexico businesses and private equity funds. HB 104 appropriates money in the Fund to the Authority.


H 105 PUBLIC RETIREES RETURNING TO WORK   (Rehm, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 105 (HB 105) relates to public employee retirement. HB 105 allows public employees to return to work for affiliated public employers under certain conditions.


H 106 LAW ENFORCEMENT RETIREES RETURNING TO WORK   (Rehm, William ) Current Location: HLVMC View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 106 (HB 106) relates to public safety. HB 106 allows certain retired law enforcement officers to return to work for affiliated public employers under certain conditions.


H 107 GENERAL APPROPRIATION ACT OF 2022   (Small, Nathan ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB154 appropriates in detail nearly $8.5 million ($8,446,239.7k) from the General Fund for legislative, judicial, general government, higher education and public education for FY23, which would be a 13.7% increase from the FY22 budget. The appropriations in this 219-page bill represent the LFC's FY23 budget recommendations.


H 108 STATEWIDE WEATHER STATION NETWORK   (Zamora, Martin R) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 108 (HB 108) appropriates two million five hundred seventy-eight thousand dollars ($2,578,000) for the support and expansion of a network of weather stations throughout the state. The Water and Natural Resources Committee requested the introduction of HB 108.


H 109 UNEMPLOYED WORKER BOOT CAMP TRAINING   (Serrato, Linda ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 109 (HB 109) seeks an appropriation to the Higher Education Department for Central New Mexico Community College to develop and operate intensive, short-term, boot camp training programs for unemployed or underemployed workers.


H 110 JUDICIAL RETIREMENT FUND SOLVENCY   (Anderson, Phelps ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 110 (HB 110) addresses the actuarial solvency of the Judicial and Magistrate Retirement Funds by appropriating $45,000,000 to these funds, allows for the appropriation of money into these funds, changes the composition of the Public Employees Retirement Board, changes certain election requirements for the PERA Board, and requires notice of an emergency PERA Board hearing.


H 111 SOUTH VALLEY TREE CUTTING SERVICES   (Garcia, Miguel P) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 111 (HB 111) makes an appropriation to the Aging and Long-Term Services Department for the City of Albuquerque Department of Senior Affairs to provide tree cutting services for low-income seniors within House District 14 and the larger Atrisco community in the South Valley.


H 112 SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER PGMS & CLINICS   (Garcia, Miguel P) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 112 makes an appropriation to the local Government Division of the Department of Finance and Administration to fund the improvement and renovation of a facility of a facility for the expansion of integrated substance use disorder programs and clinics and declaring an emergency.


H 113 SOUTH VALLEY MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR CENTER   (Garcia, Miguel P) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 113 (HB 113) makes an appropriation to the Aging and Long-Term Services Department for services at the Bernalillo County South Valley Multipurpose Senior Center.


H 114 BERNALILLO CRIMINAL JUSTICE DATA-SHARING   (Matthews, Marian ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 114 (HB 114) appropriates $400,000 to Bernalillo County to develop criminal justice-sharing efforts.


H 115 SCHOOL STEM PILOT PROGRAM   (Lujan, Tara L.) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 115 (HB 115) adds a new section of the Public School Code to create a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematical (STEM) plus pilot project conducted by the Public Education Department to support programs for students and teachers in STEM and kindergarten through fourth grade reading and mathematics. HB 115 also requires the collection and analysis of teacher, student and program data to determine the efficacy of the pilot project. HB 115 creates a fund and makes an appropriation.


H 116 REVISOR OF STATUTES   (Maestas, Antonio ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 116 (HB 116) directs the Legislative Council Service to develop an ongoing statutory revision program and creates the position of the revisor of statutes within the Legislative Council Service whose duties include membership on the New Mexico Compilation Commission. It appropriates one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) to employ the revisor and provides reporting requirements.


H 117 NM HISTORIC WOMEN MARKER INITIATIVE   (Sweetser, Candie G) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

HB 117 seeks an appropriation for the New Mexico Historic Women Marker Initiative.


H 118 EARLY CHILDHOOD DEPT. & TRIBAL AGREEMENTS   (Lente, Derrick ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 118 (HB 118) relates to early childhood. HB 118 authorizes the Early Childhood Education and Care Department to enter into joint powers agreements with tribal governments. HB 118 makes an appropriation.


H 119 ADJUST CERTAIN SCHOOL DISTRIBUTIONS   (Romero, G Andres) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 119 (HB 119) amends Public School code to adjust the amounts to be used in calculating state distributions to school districts that impose a Public School Capital Improvements Tax and to charter schools within those school districts. HB 119 also adds an additional distribution to those school districts and charter schools. HB 119 repeals an outdated section of law.


H 120 BROADBAND CHANGES & DEFINITIONS   (Garratt, Joy ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 120 (HB 120) amends the Rural Telecommunications Act of New Mexico and the Connect New Mexico Act to remove contingent wording from the definition of "statewide broadband plan". It amends the Connect New Mexico Act and the Broadband Access and Expansion Act to align the timing of required various annual reports to be October 1 of each year. HB 120 adds and removes definitions from the Connect New Mexico Act to align with the definitions in the Broadband Access and Expansion Act; It amends the Connect New Mexico Act to provide for the adoption of a preliminary policy establishing a competitive grant program from the Connect New Mexico Fund for one year prior to the adoption of the policy by rule.


H 121 ACEQUIA & COMMUNITY DITCH FUND   (Herrera, Susan K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 121 (HB 121 ) appropriates four hundred thousand dollars ($400,000) to carry out the purposes of the Acequia and Community Ditch Fund Act.


H 122 SCHOOL CYBERSECURITY PROGRAM   (Dow, Rebecca ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 122 (HB 122) makes an appropriation to the Public Education Department (PED) to develop and implement a cybersecurity program for the statewide education technology infrastructure network, including 87 school district and 73 charter schools between Fiscal Years 2023 through 2026.


H 123 FACE MASK SALE GROSS RECEIPTS   (Dow, Rebecca ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 123 (HB 123) exempts face masks from Gross Receipts Tax when sold during a public health emergency. HB 123 declares an emergency.


H 124 CREATE ADDITIONAL JUDGESHIPS   (Brown, Cathrynn N) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 124 (HB 124) creates one additional judgeship in both the 5th and 13th Judicial Districts and appropriates $613,600 for these new positions.


H 125 SUSTAINABLE BUILDING TAX CREDIT DATES   (Ortez, Kristina ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 125 (HB 125) expands the project eligibility date for 2021 Sustainable Building Tax Credits, personal and corporate.


H 126 STATE PERSONNEL DIVERSITY ACT   (Lujan, Tara L.) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 126 (HB 126) relates to state personnel. HB 126 enacts the Diversity Act. HB 126 creates the Chief Diversity Officer within the State Personnel Office. HB 126 creates Diversity and Inclusion Liaisons within state agencies. HB 126 creates the Workforce Diversity and Inclusion Council. HB 126 provides duties. HB 126 requires state agencies to develop and implement policies to identify, assess and decrease institutional racism. HB 126 provides criteria by which state agencies will implement such policies. HB 126 requires an annual report. HB 126 makes an appropriation.


H 127 STORAGE OF CERTAIN RADIOACTIVE WASTE   (McQueen, Matthew ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 127 (HB 127) amends the Radioactive and Hazardous Materials Act by prohibiting the storage or disposal of spent fuel and high-level waste; amending the definition of "disposal facility"; and amending the duties and composition of the Radioactive Waste Consultation Task Force. It declares an emergency.


H 128 HIGHWAY 380 PROJECTS   (Ezzell, Candy Spence ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 128 (HB 128) appropriates $46,000,000 for infrastructure projects on Highway 380.


H 129 BUSINESS INCOME BY SINGLE SALES FACTOR   (Sweetser, Candie G) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

HB 129 requires the business income of most corporations to be apportioned to the state by the sales factor. HB 129 requires qualifying businesses to use the three-factor formula but permits them to use the single-sales factor. If the qualifying business elects to use the sales factor to apportion income, then the election is permanent.


H 130 PERSONAL FINANCE AS SCHOOL ELECTIVE   (Maestas, Antonio ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 130 (HB 130) amends Public Schools to include personal finance as an elective in sixth through eight grades; amends the graduation requirements to include personal finance; Allows one-half unit of personal finance to count as an elective. HB 130 makes an appropriation to purchase personal finance instructional materials. The provisions of Section 2 of this act apply to students entering the ninth grade in the 2022-2023 school year.


H 131 WATER DATA ACT IMPLEMENTATION   (Romero, Andrea ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 131 (HB 131) makes appropriations for the agencies subject to the Water Data Act to carry out the purposes of and implement the Water Data Act


H 132 INTEREST RATES FOR CERTAIN LOANS   (Herrera, Susan K) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Amended Synopsis February 10, 2022 SHPACa/Hflaaa/HB 132 relates to financial institutions. SHPACa/Hflaaa/HB 132 changes the permitted percentage rates for loans pursuant to the New Mexico Bank Installment Loan Act of 1959 and the New Mexico Small Loan Act of 1955. SHPACa/Hflaaa/HB 132 requires a license for certain lenders. SHPACa/Hflaaa/HB 132 changes certain reporting requirements. SHPACa/Hflaaa/HB 132 requires notice. Amended Synopsis February 7, 2022 Hflaaa/HB 132 relates to financial institutions. Hflaaa/HB 132 changes the permitted percentage rates for loans pursuant to the New Mexico Bank Installment Loan Act of 1959 and the New Mexico Small Loan Act of 1955. Hflaaa/HB 132 requires a license for certain lenders. Hflaaa/HB 132 changes certain reporting requirements. Hflaaa/HB 132 requires a report from credit unions. Hflaaa/HB 132 requires notice. Amended Synopsis February 01, 2022 HCPACa/HB 132 relates to financial institutions. HCPACa/HB 132 changes the permitted percentage rates for loans pursuant to the New Mexico Bank Installment Loan Act of 1959 and the New Mexico Small Loan Act of 1955. HCPACa/HB 132 requires a license for certain lenders. HCPACa/HB 132 changes certain reporting requirements. HCPACa/HB 132 requires notice. Original January 25, 2022 House Bill 132 (HB 132) relates to financial institutions. HB 132 changes the permitted percentage rates for loans pursuant to the New Mexico Bank Installment Loan Act of 1959 and the New Mexico Small Loan Act of 1955. HB 132 requires a license for certain lenders. HB 132 changes certain reporting requirements. HB 132 requires notice. HB 132 makes an appropriation.


H 133 MUNICIPAL COURT RESTITUTION ORDERS   (Hernandez, Joshua Nathaniel) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 133 (HB 133) clarifies that Municipal Courts have the authority to order restitution for violations of municipal ordinances.


H 134 REINSTITUTE SPORTS AUTHORITY   (Maestas, Antonio ) Current Location: PVET View Analysis View Bill

HM 134 relates to sports by changing the focus Sports Authority Division of the Tourism Department and clarifying duties and adding members to and changing the name of the Sports Advisory Committee and making an appropriation.


H 135 INDIAN FAMILY PROTECTION ACT   (Louis, Georgene ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Committee Substitute One Synopsis February 01, 2022 HHHCcs1/HB 135: The House Health and Human Services Committee, committee substitute one for House Bill 135 relates to children. HHHCcs1/HB 135 enacts the Indian Family Protection Act. HHHCcs1/HB 135 consolidates provisions specific to child custody proceedings involving Indian children into the Indian Family Protection Act. HHHCcs1/HB 135 provides additional requirements governing child custody proceedings involving Indian children. HHHCcs1/HB 135 provides for the confidentiality of certain records. HHHCcs1/HB 135 provides a penalty. HHHCcs1/HB 135 creates the office of Tribal Affairs within the Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD). HHHCcs1/HB 135 requires a cultural component in case plans in abuse and neglect proceedings. HHHCcs1/HB 135 changes, repeals and enacts sections of the NMSA 1978. Original Synopsis January 25, 2022 House Bill 135 (HB 135) relates to children. HB 135 enacts the Indian Family Protection Act. HB 135 consolidates provisions specific to child custody proceedings involving Indian Children into the Indian Family Protection Act. HB 135 provides additional requirements governing child custody proceedings involving Indian children. HB 135 provides for the confidentiality of certain records. HB 135 provides a penalty. HB 135 creates the office of Tribal Affairs within the Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD). HB 135 requires a cultural component in case plans in abuse and neglect proceedings. HB 135 changes, repeals and enacts sections of the NMSA 1978.


H 136 CRIMINAL OFFENDER EMPLOYMENT & SCHOOLS   (Sarinana, Debra Mari ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 136 (HB 136) relates to criminal records. HB 136 provides an exclusion for school districts from the Criminal Offender Employment Act.


H 137 PUBLIC CONTRACTS & MINIMUM WAGE INCREASES   (Dow, Rebecca ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 137 (HB 137) relates to public contracts. HB 137 requires that public contracts provide for increased contractor and subcontractor reimbursement and worker wage increases in accordance with and concurrent with state minimum wage increases.


H 138 ELECTRIC GENERATING EMISSION STANDARDS DATES   (Strickler, James R.J. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

: House Bill 138 (HB 138) amends the Air Quality Control Act by changing the date on which standards of performance that limit carbon dioxide emissions from certain electric generating facility sources will apply from 1 January 2023 to 1 January 2026.


H 139 VOTER EDUCATION & ELECTIONS TASK FORCE   (Rehm, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 139 (HB 139) creates the Voter Education and Elections Task Force which is required to propose legislation to implement best practices to educate voters and ensure the accuracy and integrity of elections. This bill has an emergency clause, to take effect immediately.


H 140 NO 2ND DEGREE MURDER PROSECUTION TIME LIMIT   (Rehm, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 140 (HB 140) relates to criminal law. HB 140 provides for no time limitation for prosecuting second-degree murder.


H 141 ENHANCE LAW ENFORCEMENT DEATH BENEFITS   (Dixon, Meridith ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 141 (HB 141) relates to law enforcement. HB 141 enhances death benefits for peace officers, New Mexico Mounted Patrol Members and Reserve Police Officers. HB 141 changes distributions from the Law Enforcement Protection Fund.


H 142 PROTECTIVE PERSONAL EQUIPMENT FOR SCHOOLS   (Serrato, Linda ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 142 (HB 142) makes an appropriation to the Public Education Department to provide personal protective equipment to all public school students enrolled through the end of the 2021-2022 school year. Declares an emergency.


H 143 HIGHER ED INNOVATION ACCELERATOR PROJECT   (Serrato, Linda ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 143 (HB 143) creates an innovation accelerator pilot project to assist start-up businesses. HB 143 establishes innovation accelerator centers at awarded community colleges, creates a fund, and makes an appropriation of $5 million.


H 144 COMMERCIAL DRIVER'S LICENSE REQUIREMENTS   (Rubio, Angelica ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

HB 144 relates to commercial driver’s licenses and aligning New Mexico commercial driver’s license requirements with Federal Law while modifying and repealing and enacting Sections of the HMSA 1978.


H 145 CHILD WELFARE OMBUDSMAN ACT   (Fajardo, Kelly K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

CS Synopsis February 12, 2022 HJCcs1/HB 145: The House Judiciary Committee, committee substitute For House Bill 145 relates to families. HJCcs1/HB 145 enacts the Child Welfare Ombudsman Act. HJCcs1/HB 145 provides for the Chief Child Welfare Ombudsman. HJCcs1/HB 145 creates the Child Welfare Ombudsman Office and establishes the powers and duties of that office. HJCcs1/HB 145 provides for the establishment of the Chief Child Welfare Ombudsman Selection Committee. HJCcs1/HB 145 changes and enacts sections of the NMSA 1978. Original Synopsis January 26, 2022 House Bill 145 (HB 145) relates to families. HB 145 enacts the Child Welfare Ombudsman Act. HB 145 provides for the Chief Child Welfare Ombudsman. HB 145 creates the Child Welfare Ombudsman Office and establishes the powers and duties of that office. HB 145 provides for the establishment of the chief Child Welfare Ombudsman Selection Committee. HB 145 changes and enacts sections of the NMSA 1978. HB 145 makes an appropriation.


H 146 DISTRIBUTION OF COPPER TAX   (Terrazas, Luis M) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 146 (HB 146) provides a distribution of copper excise tax to counties where the copper is severed.


H 147 ACCESS TO ELECTRONIC EVENT TICKETS   (Castellano, Ambrose M) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

HB 147 relates to trade practices, prohibiting the circumvention of control measures used by electronic ticket sellers to ensure equitable consumer access to event tickets.


H 148 SMALL BUSINESS RECOVERY LOAN APPLICATIONS   (Dow, Rebecca ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 148 (HB 148) extends the date applications for loans pursuant to the Small Business Recovery and Stimulus Act must be received. HB 148 extends the reversion date of unencumbered money in the Small Business Recovery Loan Fund.


H 149 DISCLOSURE ACT   (McQueen, Matthew ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 149 (HB 149) relates to public officers. HB 149 enacts the Disclosure Act. HB 149 requires persons holding or seeking a position of duty, trust or authority with the state to file annual disclosures related to employment, income, assets and liabilities, professional licenses, gifts and procurement. HB 149 provides duties. HB 149 requires retention and public inspection. HB 149 provides rulemaking authority. HB 149 establishes fines. HB 149 creates a penalty. HB 149 renames the Financial Disclosure Act throughout the NMSA 1978 the Disclosure Act. HB 149 repeals the Financial Disclosure Act, Sections 10-16A-1 through 10-16A-9 NMSA 1978.


H 150 REQUIRE STATE EMPLOYEE PHYSICAL PRESENCE   (Dow, Rebecca ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 150 (HB 150) relates to state personnel. HB 150 requires state employees to be physically present at their place of employment. HB 150 provides exceptions.


H 151 NM SUPREME COURT JUSTICE SALARIES   (Hochman-Vigil, Dayan ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 151 (HB 151) provides that justices of the state supreme court shall each receive an annual salary equal to the annual salary received by New Mexico federal magistrate court judges and removes salary formulas for magistrates. The Courts, Corrections and Justice Committee requested the introduction of HB 151.


H 152 BERNALILLO COUNTY CRIME PREVENTION   (Garratt, Joy ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 152 (HB 152) makes an appropriation to the Local Government Division of the Department of Finance and Administration for crime prevention and behavioral health initiatives in Bernalillo County.


H 153 GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND PROJECTS   (Chandler, Christine ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 153 (HB 153) issues Capital Projects General Obligation Bonds (GO Bonds) for senior citizen facilities, construction, libraries, higher education institutions, state schools, and tribal schools. HB 153 provides for a property tax levy to repay the bonds. HB 153 requires approval by voters at the 2022 General Election and declares an emergency.


H 154 "QUALIFIED STUDENT" DEFINITION   (Trujillo, Christine ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 154 (HB 154) amends Public School Finance to clarify the definition of qualified student and to make additional editing corrections to remove expired dates.


H 155 DEV. DISABILITY PROVIDER REIMBURSEMENT   (Trujillo, Christine ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

HB 155 makes and appropriation to the Department of Health for a Match of federal funds for the Developmental Disabilities Supports Division to increase provider reimbursement.


H 156 POSSESSION OF LARGE CAPACITY GUN MAGAZINE   (Roybal Caballero, Patricia ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 156 (HB 156) creates the fourth-degree offense of unlawful possession of a large capacity magazine (with exceptions) and appropriates $1,500,000 to the Department of Public Safety to carry out the provisions of the bill.


H 157 SURRENDER OF INFANTS   (Castellano, Ambrose M) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Amended Synopsis February 09, 2022 HAFCa/HB 157 relates to children. HAFCa/HB 157 allows persons to leave infants in safety devices for the surrender of infants, under certain conditions, without criminal prosecution for abandonment or abuse of a child. HAFCa/HB 157 allows the installation and operation of safety devices for the surrender of infants. HAFCa/HB 157 provides limited immunity for operators of those devices. HAFCa/HB 157 requires the Public Education Department to promulgate rules. HAFCa/HB 157 declares an emergency. Original Synopsis January 28, 2022 House Bill 157 (HB 157) relates to children. HB 157 allows persons to leave infants in safety devices for the surrender of infants, under certain conditions, without criminal prosecution for abandonment or abuse of a child. HB 157 allows the installation and operation of safety devices for the surrender of infants. HB 157 provides limited immunity for operators of those devices. HB 157 requires the Public Education Department to promulgate rules. HB 157 makes appropriations. HB 157 declares an emergency.


H 158 REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAXES & SOCIAL SECURITY   (Serrato, Linda ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 158 (HB 158) imposes the Real Estate Transfer Tax Act and exempts Social Security Income for some taxpayers.


H 159 COLLEGE & CAREER READINESS PROGRAMS   (Serrato, Linda ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 159 makes an appropriation to the Public Education Department for college and career readiness programs around the state in Fiscal Year 2023.


H 160 HIST. UNDERUTILIZED BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES   (Serrato, Linda ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 160 (HB 160) enacts the Historically Underutilized Business Opportunity Act. It provides additional duties for state agencies and encourages state agencies to use historically underutilized businesses. HB 160 appropriates two hundred forty thousand dollars ($240,000) to create agency positions to administer the act.


H 161 ANGEL INVESTMENT TAX CREDIT DATES   (Powdrell-Culbert, Jane E) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 161 (HB 161) extends the date to make qualified investments that are eligible for the Angel Investment Credit (credit). HB 161 raises the credit’s aggregate cap to $5 million.


H 162 LAW ENFORCEMENT- BLUE ALERT ACT   (Powdrell-Culbert, Jane E) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 162 (HB 162) relates to law enforcement. HB 162 enacts the Blue Alert Act. HB 162 provides for a blue alert notification plan for the purpose of rapid dissemination of information regarding a person suspected of killing or seriously injuring a law enforcement officer.


H 163 TAX CHANGES   (Chandler, Christine ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 163 (HB 163) makes the following tax changes: reduces the rate of Gross Receipt (GRT) and Compensative Tax (CT) rates one-quarter of a percent; provides for an increase in GRT if GRT revenue decreases; creates the one-time only Nurse Income Tax Credit; creates the Child Income Tax Credit; exempts Social Security Income; extends the New Solar Market Development Income Tax Credit; shortens the repeal date of the Sustainable Building Tax Credit; creates a GRT deduction for sales of services to manufacturers and feminine hygiene products; and defines disclosed agency for purposes of GRT. HB 163 declares an emergency.


H 164 URANIUM MINE CLEANUP   (Sarinana, Debra Mari ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 164 (HB 164) directs the Department of Environment to coordinate the state's efforts to clean up and reclaim former uranium mine and mill sites and provides duties. It creates the Uranium Mining Reclamation Revolving Fund and makes an appropriation. The House Energy Natural Resources Committee introduced a committee substitute for HB 164 (CS/HB 164 HENRC). It directs the Department of Environment (NMED) to coordinate the state's efforts to clean up and reclaim former uranium mine and mill sites and provides duties. It creates the Uranium Mining Reclamation Revolving Fund and makes an appropriation of three hundred fifty thousand dollars ($350,000) to the NMED. CS/HB 164 requires the NMED and the Energy, Minerals, Natural Resources Department (EMNRD) to create a uranium mine reclamation coordinator position in its respective department.


H 165 WEB-BASED NATIVE AMERICAN STUDENT TOOL   (Romero, G Andres) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 165 (HB 165) adds a new section of the Public School Code to create the Native American Web-Based Resource Tool for Native American Students. HB 165 allows the Native Americans to retain intellectual property rights and provides for joint powers agreements. HB 165 makes an appropriation.


H 166 WEB-BASED AT-RISK STUDENT RESOURCE TOOL   (Romero, G Andres) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 166 (HB 166) adds a new section of the Public School Code to create a web-based resource tool for at-risk students. HB 166 creates an advisory group. HB 166 makes an appropriation.


H 167 TRIBE & PUEBLO CAR EXCISE TAX CREDIT   (Louis, Georgene ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 167 (HB 167) provides a credit against the vehicle excise tax in the amount of a similar tax paid to an Indian Nation, Tribe, or Pueblo for the purchased vehicle.


H 168 DISABLED VETERAN TRANSPORTATION   (Dow, Rebecca ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 168 (HB 168) makes an appropriation to the Veterans' Services Department to establish a program to provide disabled veterans with transportation to and from medical appointments.


H 169 DAIRY FACILITY FUNDING   (Zamora, Martin R) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 169 (HB 169) makes an appropriation to the New Mexico Department of Agriculture to assist dairy processing manufacturing facilities to comply with executive orders to lessen their carbon imprint, address water savings and reduce energy use.


H 170 PUBLIC EMPLOYEE MINIMUM WAGE   (Herrera, Susan K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 170 (HB 170) provides for a $15.00 minimum wage for state employees, higher education employees, employees of a school district or charger school and employees of state contractors, and also prevents salary compaction.


H 171 RURAL AIR SVC. ENHANCEMENT GRANT CHANGES   (Hochman-Vigil, Dayan ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

HB 171 relates to aviation by modifying the Rural Air Service Enhancement Act to broaden eligibility for rural air service enhancement grants. It increases the amount of grants and allows the Director of the Aviation Division of the Department of Transportation to extend the time frame of existing grants. The bill temporarily reserves a portion of the Rural Air Service Enhancement Fund for eligible applicants with new or expanded air routes to be used by aircraft with a capacity of not more than nine person’s. HB 174 makes an appropriation.


H 172 INTEREST RATES ON CERTAIN LOANS   (Cadena-Lara, Micaela L) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 172 (HB 172) relates to lending. HB 172 imposes a cap on interest rates. HB 172 voids contracts that exceed the interest rate cap. HB 172 lowers the maximum annual percentage rate for loans pursuant to the New Mexico Bank Installment Loan Act of 1959 and the New Mexico Small Loan Act of 1955. HB 172 makes an appropriation.


H 173 RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE CRISIS RESPONSE ACT   (Montoya, Roger Evan) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 173 (HB 173) creates the Rural Infrastructure Crisis Response Act (Act) including an accompanying fund to assist local authorities in repair and replacement of critical infrastructure damaged during a crisis. HB 173 creates the Bureau of Rural Infrastructure Crisis Response. The bill allocates Severance Tax Bonding Funds to the new fund and makes an appropriation.


H 174 HEARING AID HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE   (Trujillo, Christine ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

HB 174 modifying certain Sections of the New Mexico Insurance Code and the Health Care Purchasing Act to require hearing aid coverage for certain persons and modifying certain sections of the New Mexico Insurance Code and the Health Care Purchasing Act to require expanded hearing aid coverage.


H 175 ALZHEIMER'S OUTREACH   (Serrato, Linda ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

HB 175 makes an appropriation to the Aging and Long Term Services Department to hire two full time employees who will engage in community-based and culturally appropriate outreach campaigns related to Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia in native American, tribal, rural, and underserved communities in the state.


H 176 RETIREMENT SAVINGS FACILITATION TAX CREDIT   (Serrato, Linda ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 176 (HB 176) creates the Retirement Savings Facilitation Income Tax Credit. The bill clarifies language in the New Mexico Work and Save Act (act). HB 176 requires certain employers to register and enroll their employees in the New Mexico Work and Save Individual Retirement Account Program. HB 176 makes changes to the act to enable an auto-Individual Retirement Account partnership with other states. The bill makes an appropriation in the amount of $203,000 to the state treasurer.


H 177 NM WINERY WINE PRODUCTION   (Sweetser, Candie G) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 177 (HB 177) makes an appropriation for the New Mexico Department of Agriculture to fund wine production by New Mexico wineries.


H 178 SIGN LANGUAGE AS BILINGUAL LEARNER   (Baca, Brian ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 178 (HB 178) amends the definition of a “bilingual learner” in the Public School Code to include American Sign Language.


H 179 BONDS FOR WATER PROJECTS   (Chatfield, Jack ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 179 (HB 179) provides that severance tax bond proceeds from the issuance of an additional nine percent of the estimated bonding capacity will be dedicated for grants for drinking water and wastewater projects. It includes wastewater projects as water projects that may be funded from the Water Project Fund and allows the Water Trust Board to authorize wastewater projects to the New Mexico Finance Authority.


H 180 REPEAL PART OF IPRA LAW ON NOTARIAL ACTS   (Ely, Daymon ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 180 (HB 180) repeals a section of the Uniform Law on Notarial Acts that allowed the public to request information regarding a specific notarial act. The bill has an emergency clause to take effect immediately.


H 181 PAYMENT IN LIEU OF TAXES FOR REAL PROPERTY   (Chatfield, Jack ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 181 (HB 181) requires the state to make Payments in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) to political subdivisions when acquiring real property and makes an appropriation.


H 182 SCHOOL DISTRICT REDISTRICTING   (Rehm, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 192 (HB 182) adds a new section of Public School Code providing for redistricting of certain public schools. HB 182 provides for the redistricting; requires a plan; and creates a task force. HB 182 requires the secretary of Public Education to issue a redistricting order. HB 182 provides for appointments and elections of local school boards.


H 183 MOTOR VEHICLE TAX DISTRIBUTIONS   (Montoya, Rodney "Rod" D) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 183 (HB 183) changes the Motor Vehicle Excise Tax distributions. Affected funds include the General Fund, State Road Fund, and Local Government Road Fund.


H 184 SCHOOL MICRO-CREDENTIAL PROJECT   (Romero, G Andres) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 184 (HB 184) adds a new section of the Public School Code to create the Micro-credential Pilot Project; provide reporting requirements. HB 184 appropriates funds to the Public Education Department.


H 185 DEVELOP COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION PLAN   (Lente, Derrick ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 185 (HB 185) makes a temporary provision that requires the Public Education Department to develop a comprehensive education plan to transform public education in New Mexico to meet the needs of Native American students, English language learners, students with disabilities and low-income students. HB 185 makes an appropriation.


H 186 PROMOTE EXPANSION OF AG PRODUCTS   (Herndon, Pamelya ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 186 (HB 186) makes an appropriation to the Economic Development Department to contract with community economic development centers to promote expansion and sustained growth of local agriculture food producers and entrepreneurs to promote the production and distribution of New Mexico agricultural products.


H 187 CYFD ACTION IN MISSING CHILD CASES   (Dow, Rebecca ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 187 (HB 187) relates to children. HB 187 requires the Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD) to take action in the case of a missing child.


H 188 CONFIDENTIALITY OF ABUSE & NEGLECT RECORDS   (Dow, Rebecca ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 188 (HB 188) relates to children. HB 188 changes the Abuse and Neglect Act to limit records and information concerning a party to a neglect or abuse proceeding that are confidential and closed to the public.


H 189 MOTOR VEHICLE DEFINITIONS & TOWING   (Baca, Brian ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 189 (HB 189) expands the definition of motor vehicle in the Motor Vehicle Quality Assurance Act (also known as Lemon Law) to include recreational vehicles and travel trailers. HB 189 exempts trailers from the waiver of the implied warranty of merchantability for damage from towing.


H 190 INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR NM NURSES   (Chandler, Christine ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 190 (HB 190) creates a one-time Income Tax Credit in the amount of $1,000 for nurses employed in hospitals in the state.


H 191 PROFESSIONAL & OCCUPATIONAL LICENSURE CHANGES   (Gallegos, Doreen Y) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

HB 191 relates to licensure by clarifying that professional and occupational licensing Boards are require to follow the provisions of the State Rules Act when promulgating rules and the provisions of the Uniform Licensing Act for licensing and disciplinary matters, providing for expedited licensure for persons holding professional or occupational licenses from other jurisdictions, revising Board of Barbers and Cosmetologist and Regulation and Licensing Department powers and duties, and revising certain licensing requirements and establishing certain fees, extending the Sunset Date for Board of Body Art practitioners, and amending, repealing, enacting, and recompiling Sections of NMSA 1978


H 192 SURVIVAL OF TORT ACTIONS   (Ely, Daymon ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 192 (HB 192) provides that abatement does not apply to assault or assault and battery causes of action.


H 193 SCHOOL PERSONNEL BACKGROUND CHECKS   (Sarinana, Debra Mari ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 193 amends Public Schools in the School Personnel Act to direct the process for required criminal history record checks and to require confidentiality.


H 194 DISTRIBUTION OF LIQUOR TAX TO COUNTIES   (Hochman-Vigil, Dayan ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 194 (HB 194) distributes a portion of the Liquor Excise Tax to counties for alcohol and substance abuse prevention and treatment and makes an appropriation.


H 195 TAX PROOF OF DISABLED VETERAN STATUS   (Black, Rachel ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 195 (HB 195) provides an immediate exemption from further property taxes when a disabled veteran’s valid exemption certificate is presented to the county assessor by the disabled veteran or their surviving spouse instead waiting until the new calendar year.


H 196 NO REVERSION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT FUND   (Pettigrew, Randall T) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 196 (HB 196) relates to public safety. HB 196 provides that the Law Enforcement Protection Fund will not revert to the General Fund.


H 197 REPLACE CYFD SEC. WITH GOVERNING BOARD   (Dow, Rebecca ) Current Location: HRC View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 197 (HB 197) relates to the Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD). HB 197 replaces the secretary of Children, Youth and Families with a governing board.


H 198 RULEMAKING DURING PUBLIC HEALTH ORDERS   (Dow, Rebecca ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

HB 198 relates to rulemaking by prohibiting rulemaking during the period of a public health order unless the Governor publicly sets forth the necessity for the rulemaking in an executive order. HB 198 declares an emergency.


H 199 MAILED COPIES OF LIENS IN CERTAIN COUNTIES   (Lane, T. Ryan ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 199 (HB 199) relates to liens and requires that the county clerk of a county in which a lien of a mechanic or a materialman is recorded must mail, within ten days, a copy of the lien to the address of the owner of the property encumbered by the lien.


H 200 ASSESSMENT OF OIL & GAS RULES   (Townsend, James G) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

HB 200 relates to rules by requiring certain state agencies to conduct a cost assessment for rules that impose new mandates on the oil and gas industry and requiring the development of recommendations to reduce cost to industry and study of the impacts to consumers, and requiring reporting. Analysis:


H 201 ASSESSMENT OF NEW MANDATES ON INDUSTRY   (Townsend, James G) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

HB 201 relates to rules by requiring state agencies to conduct a cost assessment for rules that impose new mandates on industry and requiring the development of recommendations to reduce cost to industry and a study of the impacts to consumers and requiring reporting.


H 202 INTERIM LEGISLATIVE MEETINGS AS OPEN MTGS.   (Townsend, James G) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 202 (HB 202) provides that interim committee meetings are subject to the requirements of the Open Meetings Act.


H 203 PERJURY IN LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS   (Townsend, James G) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 203 (HB 203) amends the crime of perjury to provide that making a false statement for which testimony is requested in a legislative proceeding constitutes perjury, even if the statement is not made under oath.


H 204 SEXUAL ASSAULT SERVICES PROGRAMS   (Anderson, Phelps ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 204 (HB 204) makes an appropriation to the Crime Victims Reparation Commission for sexual assault services programs.


H 205 GEOLOGIC CARBON DIOXIDE SEQUESTRATION ACT   (Strickler, James R.J. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 205 (HB 205) enacts the Geologic Carbon Dioxide Sequestration Act that provides for the unitization of formations for subsurface sequestration of carbon dioxide; limitations on liability of owners of sequestration facilities following transfer to state ownership; and establishment of fees. HB 205 declares an emergency.


H 206 SECONDARY INSTRUCTORS ACT   (Baca, Brian ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 206 (HB 206) creates the Secondary Instructors Act (Act) as a new section of Public School Code. The Act allows the licensure and contracting of secondary instructors. The act excludes application of the School Personnel Act to secondary instructors except to require satisfactory clearance of fingerprint-based background checks.


H 207 BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS SERVICE GROSS RECEIPTS   (Harper, Jason C. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 207 (HB 207) creates a Gross Receipts Tax deduction for certain business-to-business services.


H 208 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Egolf, Brian F) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 209 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Egolf, Brian F) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 210 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Egolf, Brian F) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 211 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Egolf, Brian F) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 212 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Egolf, Brian F) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 213 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Martinez, Javier I) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 213 (HB 213) creates the Child Income Tax Credit (credit). The maximum amount of credit is $350 per qualifying child for tax filers with an adjusted income of $25,000 and less. The credit decreases until it’s $50 for each child for filers with income over $350,000. The credit applies to Tax Years beginning in 2022.


H 214 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Martinez, Javier I) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 215 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Martinez, Javier I) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 216 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Gallegos, Doreen Y) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 217 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Gallegos, Doreen Y) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 218 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Gallegos, Doreen Y) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 219 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Pettigrew, Randall T) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

The proposed House Government, Elections and Indian Affairs Committee Substitute for HB 219 increases the salary caps applicable to elected county officials.


H 220 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Townsend, James G) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

2/14/2022 The House Commerce and Economic Development Committee introduced a committee substitute for HB 220 (CS/HB 220 HCEDC) that amends the Rural Electric Cooperative Act and the Renewable Energy Act to include natural gas utilizing combined cycle technology in the definition of "renewable energy resource". It amends the Air Quality Control Act by changing the date on which standards of performance that limit carbon dioxide emissions from certain electric generating facility sources will apply from 1 January 2023 to 1 January 2025. CS/HB 220 HCEDC declares an emergency.


H 221 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Townsend, James G) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 222 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Montoya, Rodney "Rod" D) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 223 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Montoya, Rodney "Rod" D) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Relating to the public peace health safety and welfare, by prohibiting mask mandates by the executive branch and prohibiting health care providers and facilities from refusing to provide monoclonal antibodies treatment or other federal food and drug administration authorized for corona virus disease 2019 in certain circumstances and requiring the Department of Health to promulgate rules, amending the Medical Practice Act to provide grounds for discipline of a health care provider who denies monoclonal antibodies treatment for coronavirus disease 2019, and prohibiting executive branch restriction s against visitation for patients of hospitals or hospice care facilities. Also, making an appropriation and declaring an emergency.


H 224 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Montoya, Rodney "Rod" D) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 225 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Lente, Derrick ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 226 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Lente, Derrick ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 227 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Lundstrom, Patricia A) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Synopsis: The House Appropriation and Finance Committee introduced a committee substitute for House Bill 227 (CS/HB 227 HAFC). It enacts the Hydrogen Hub Development Act which provides for the designation of hydrogen hubs and allows public partners to enter into public-private partnership agreements to facilitate development of hydrogen hub projects. It creates the Hydrogen Hub Development Board and specifies its powers and the additional duties of the New Mexico Finance Authority and the Department of Energy. CS/HB 227 HAFC creates the Hydrogen Hub Project Fund and establishes criteria for approval of hydrogen hub projects. It establishes the Hydrogen Production and Energy Generation Income Tax Credit, the Hydrogen Production and Energy Generation Corporate Income Tax Credit, and Gross Receipts and Compensating Tax deductions for hydrogen-related sales and use. CS/HB 227 HAFC amends definitions in the Rural Electric Cooperative Act and the Renewable Energy Act. CS/HB 227 HAFC declares an emergency


H 228 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Lundstrom, Patricia A) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

The House Commerce and Economic Development Committee introduced a committee substitute for House Bill 228 (CS/HB 228 HCEDC). It enacts the Hydrogen Hub Development Act which provides for the designation of hydrogen hubs and allows public partners to enter into public-private partnership agreements to facilitate development of hydrogen hub projects. It creates the Hydrogen Hub Development Board and specifies its powers and the criteria for approval of hydrogen hub projects. CS/HB 228 HCEDC delineates additional duties, including reports, of the New Mexico Finance Authority. CS/HB 228 HCEDC creates the Hydrogen Hub Project Fund and establishes criteria for loans and grants from the fund. It adds an exemption to the Procurement Code. CS/HB 228 HCEDC amends definitions in the Rural Electric Cooperative Act and the Renewable Energy Act. CS/HB 228 HCEDC declares an emergency.


H 229 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Maestas, Antonio ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 230 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Maestas, Antonio ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 231 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Ferrary, Joanne ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 232 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Ferrary, Joanne ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 233 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Romero, G Andres) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 234 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Romero, G Andres) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 235 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (McQueen, Matthew ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 236 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (McQueen, Matthew ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 237 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Louis, Georgene ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 238 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Louis, Georgene ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 239 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Thomson, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

HB 239CS relates to the public peace health safety and welfare by making an appropriation to the Board of Regents of the University of New Mexico and the Human Resources Department to provide a one-time salary increase to current graduate medical residents and fellows.


H 240 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Thomson, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 241 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Chasey, Gail C.) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 242 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Chasey, Gail C.) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 243 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Alcon, Eliseo Lee) Current Location: DEAD View Analysis View Bill

House Bill 243 (HB 243) was substituted with HLVMC’s bill (HB 243 HLVMCcs) and increases the maximum amount of pension earned under the Public Employees Retirement Act (PEREA) from 90% to 100% of the final average salary.


H 244 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Alcon, Eliseo Lee) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 245 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Herrera, Susan K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 246 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Herrera, Susan K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 247 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Chandler, Christine ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 248 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Chandler, Christine ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 249 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Rubio, Angelica ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


H 250 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Rubio, Angelica ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


HCR 1 AVAILABILITY OF COMM. ANALYSIS & AMENDMENTS   (McQueen, Matthew ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Concurrent Resolution 1 (HCR 1) amends the joint rules of the house and senate regarding availability of analysis and proposed committee amendments and substitutes.


HJM 1 CONSIDER DROUGHT IN FEDERAL AG POLICY   (Zamora, Martin R) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Joint Memorial 1 (HJM 1) urges New Mexico’s congressional delegation to take into consideration the impact of drought when setting federal agricultural policy based on the support presented in this joint memorial.


HJM 2 LOCAL CONTROL OF PUBLIC EDUCATION   (Townsend, James G) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Joint Memorial 2 (HJM 2) asks that a task force be established to study potential changes in law and/or rule to enhance local control of public education in New Mexico.


HJM 3 INTERIM MEETINGS AS OPEN MEETINGS   (Townsend, James G) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Joint Memorial 3 (HJM 3) seeks to have all interim legislative committees fall under the provisions of the New Mexico Open Meetings Act.


HJM 4 DR. OPPENHEIMER SECURITY CLEARANCE   (Chandler, Christine ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Joint Memorial 4 (HJM 4) asks that an Atomic Energy Commission decision to revoke the security clearance of Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer be vacated.


HJR 1 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE FOR HOUSEHOLD SVCS., CA   (Allison, Anthony ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Joint Resolution 1 (HJR 1) proposes to amend Article 9, Section 14 of the NM Constitution to allow public assistance to provide funding for “essential household services”, as defined, and primarily for residential use, upon the enactment of general implementing legislation by a majority vote of each house.


HJR 2 ENVIRONMENTAL RIGHTS, CA   (Ferrary, Joanne ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Joint Resolution 0002 (HJR 2) proposes to amend the NM Constitution by adding a new section to Article 2 that provides the people of the state with environmental rights and directs the state to protect environmental resources for the benefit of all the people. It repeals the current pollution control provisions of Article 20, Section 21 of the NM Constitution.


HJR 3 TERMINATION OF STATES OF EMERGENCY, CA   (Nibert, Greg ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Joint Resolution 3 (HJR 3) proposes to amend Article 4 of the NM Constitution to provide that a declaration of a state of emergency pursuant to a power granted to the governor by law terminates after ninety days unless the governor calls the legislature into special session to address the circumstances of the emergency. It requires a three-fifths' vote of the legislature to restrict, suspend or terminate the emergency declaration.


HJR 4 DENIAL OF BAIL, CA   (Rehm, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Joint Resolution 4 (HJR 4) amends Article 2, Section 13 of the NM Constitution to allow conditions for denial of bail to be set by the legislature and removes the requirements that bail denial decisions be made only by a court of record and only for defendants charged with a felony charge. HJR 4 clarifies that bail may be denied if no release conditions will reasonably ensure the appearance of the person as required and removes certain court procedural directions.


HJR 5 PRIMARY ELECTION VOTING ELIGIBILITY, CA   (Dixon, Meridith ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Joint Resolution 5 (HJR 5) proposes to amend Article 7 of the state constitution to allow voters who have not selected a party affiliation to vote in the primary election of any political party and allows political parties the option of allowing only party members to participate in their nomination process only if the party pays the costs of that process.


HJR 6 VETERAN PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION, CA   (Alcon, Eliseo Lee) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Joint Resolution 6 (HRJ 6) proposes an amendment to the state constitution that would expand eligibility for a property tax exemption for disabled veterans beyond those that are 100% disabled.


HJR 7 ARMED FORCES & WIDOW PROPERTY TAXES, CA   (Alcon, Eliseo Lee) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Joint Resolution 7 (HRJ 7) proposes an amendment to the state constitution that would increase a property tax exemption for honorably discharged members of the military and their widows and widowers.


HJR 8 CREATE OFFICE OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS, CA   (Ely, Daymon ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Joint Resolution 8 (HJR 8) proposes to amend Article 5 of the NM Constitution to create an Office of Consumer Affairs.


HJR 9 INDEPENDENT REDISTRICTING COMMISSION, CA   (Figueroa, Natalie ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Joint Resolution HJR 9 (HJR 9) proposes to amend the NM Constitution to provide for the creation of an independent redistricting commission to develop redistricting plans for congressional districts, state legislative districts and the districts of other districted state offices.


HJR 10 PUBLIC OFFICER SALARY COMMISSION, CA   (Rubio, Angelica ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Joint Resolution 10 (HJR 10) proposes to amend of the NM Constitution to create a Public Officer Salary Commission to establish and limit salaries every two years for all elected state officers and other public officers as provided by law. It repeals constitutional provisions for the establishment of certain executive and judicial salaries by law and constitutional provision providing for legislative per diem and mileage and the prohibition of legislative compensation.


HJR 11 EXPANDING OPTIONS FOR EDUCATIONAL CHOICE , CA   (Townsend, James G) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Joint Resolution 11 (HJR 11) proposes to amend Articles 4, 9, and 12 of the Constitution of New Mexico, with the approval of congress, to allow for the distribution of public school funding to parents or legal guardians of school-age children for home school or private school, including private virtual schools.


HJR 12 RECALL OF ELECTED OFFICIALS, CA   (Lord, Stefanie ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Joint Resolution 12 (HJR 12) amends Article 20 of the NM Constitution to allow the recall of public officers elected to a constitutionally created elective office in the executive or legislative branch of government


HJR 13 NM EDUCATION AGENCY & BOARD, CA   (Townsend, James G) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Joint Resolution 13 (HJR 13) proposes to amend Article 12, Section 6 of the constitution of New Mexico to create the State Board of Education (Board) and the New Mexico Education Agency (Agency) and shall have such powers and duties as provided by law. The Board of ten elected members and five appointed members shall appoint a superintendent of public instruction.


HJR 14 RUNOFF ELECTIONS, CA   (Herndon, Pamelya ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Joint Resolution 14 (HJR 14) amends Article 5, Section 2 and Article 7, Section 5 of the NM Constitution to allow the legislature to provide by law for runoff elections for primary and statewide elections.


HJR 15 EXPANDING OPTIONS FOR EDUCATIONAL CHOICE, CA   (Townsend, James G) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Joint Resolution 15 (HJR 15) proposes to amend Articles 4, 9 and 12 of the constitution of New Mexico to allow for the distribution of public school funding to parents or legal guardians of school-age children for home school or private school, including private virtual schools.


HM 1 NM NATIONAL BOARD CERTIFIED TEACHERS DAY   (Sarinana, Debra Mari ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 1 (HM 1) calls for January 31, 2022, to be declared “New Mexico National Board Certified Teachers Recognition Day” to honor the 1,380 teachers in the state who have become board-certified since 1995.


HM 2 AGRITOURISM INSURANCE COVERAGE   (Matthews, Marian ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 2 (HM 2) relates to liability insurance for agritourism activities such as “u-pick” harvesting, petting zoos and corn mazes, and asks several state agencies to become involved in studying ways to make such insurance more affordable.


HM 3 PAID FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE TASK FORCE   (Serrato, Linda ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 3 (HM 3) calls for a task force to be convened by the Workforce Solutions Department to recommend legislation for paid family and medical leave, including the establishment of a paid family and medical leave trust fund.


HM 4 "FOURTH TRIMESTER CARE DAY"   (Ortez, Kristina ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 4 (HM 4) asks that the Governor declare September 23, 2002, “Fourth Trimester Care Day” in New Mexico to recognize that the first three months after a baby is born should be known as the “fourth trimester" and that mothers during this period need some care that could be provided by physical therapists.


HM 5 DOLORES HUERTA BIRTHPLACE RECOMMENDATIONS   (Roybal Caballero, Patricia ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 5 (HM 5) asks the New Mexico General Services Department and the Historic Preservation Division of the state Cultural Affairs Department to develop recommendations for memorializing and preserving the birthplace of labor leader Dolores Huerta.


HM 6 INNOVATION IN RIO RANCHO DAY   (Hernandez, Joshua Nathaniel) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 6 (HM 6) would declare February 2, 2022, “Innovation in Rio Rancho Day” in the House of Representatives to recognize the city’s growth from retirement community to third-largest city in New Mexico.


HM 7 BOW TIE DAY   (Hernandez, Joshua Nathaniel) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 7 (HM 7) would declare February 4, 2022, “Bow Tie Day” in the House of Representatives and encourages members of the lower chamber to wear bow ties on that day.


HM 8 "CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE AWARENESS WEEK"   (Garratt, Joy ) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 8 (HM 8) would declare February 7-14, 2022, “Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Week” in the House of Representatives to honor those individuals born with congenital heart defects and to recognize the Adult Congenital Heart Association.


HM 9 HOUSING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TASK FORCE   (Dixon, Meridith ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Noting that the process for obtaining building permits and inspections can be complicated and costly, House Memorial 9 (HM 9) asks that a task force be established to make recommendations about how to improve housing availability and affordability by improving government efficiency as it relates to the construction industry.


HM 10 CERTIFIED ANESTHESIOLOGIST ASSISTANTS WEEK   (Ortez, Kristina ) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 10 (HM 10) asks the Governor to declare June 6-12 “Certified Anesthesiologist Assistants Week.”


HM 11 STUDY UNIFIED JAIL & PRISON SYSTEM   (Cadena-Lara, Micaela L) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 11 (HM 11) calls for a task force to be convened by the New Mexico Association of Counties to study the feasibility of transitioning individual county detention centers to a unified jail and prison system.


HM 12 YAZZIE LAWSUIT PLAN & REPORTING   (Lente, Derrick ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 12 (HM 12) requests the Public Education Department, in consultation with the Plaintiffs, to develop a comprehensive education plan to address the four student groups deemed at risk in the consolidated Yazzie/Martinez v. State of New Mexico court decision and order. It requests the Public Education Department to provide the legislature with an annual report on the implementation of the comprehensive education plan and compliance with the NM Constitution to provide at-risk children with a uniform and sufficient education.


HM 13 ELAINE ANAYA, IN RECOGNITION   (Lundstrom, Patricia A) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 13 (HM 13) recognizes former New Mexico first lady Elaine Anaya, who died November 9, 2021.


HM 14 "GALLUP/ MCKINLEY COUNTY DAY"   (Lundstrom, Patricia A) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 14 (HM 14) would proclaim January 27, 2022, “Gallup/McKinley County Day” in the state House of Representatives.


HM 15 HEALTHY CHILDREN'S MEALS BEVERAGE OPTIONS   (Matthews, Marian ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 15 (HM 15) seeks to encourage restaurants and other places that sell children’s meals to offer healthy beverage options such as water, drinks with no added or artificial sweeteners, nonfat or low-fat milk.


HM 16 NMMI BRONCOS FOOTBALL, CONGRATS   (Castellano, Ambrose M) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 16 (HM 16) recognizes the football team at the New Mexico Military Institute (NMMI) for winning the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I national championship in December 2021.


HM 17 "NM HIGHLANDS DAY"   (Castellano, Ambrose M) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 17 (HM 17) would declare January 20, 2022, as “New Mexico Highlands University Day” in the state House of Representatives.


HM 18 SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME LEGAL DATA   (Thomson, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 18 (HM 18) asks the Human Services Department (HSD) to gather data and information related to legal advocacy efforts in helping individuals with disabilities and in poverty transition from state to federal assistance.


HM 19 LORYNN M. GUERRERO, 2022 TEACHER OF THE YEAR   (Rubio, Angelica ) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 19 (HM 19) recognizes Lorynn M. Guerrero, who was named the 2022 Teacher of the Year by the state Public Education Department.


HM 20 STUDY STATE-LEVEL PUBLIC UTILITY MODEL   (Romero, Andrea ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 20 (HM20) asks two government bodies to study a public utility model for New Mexico.


HM 21 DEVELOP PLAN FOR SCHOOL LEADERS   (Garratt, Joy ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 21 (HM 21) requests the Legislative Education Study Committee be requested to develop a comprehensive plan, working with the Public Education Department, the Higher Education Department and the Office of Educational Accountability of the Department of Finance and Administration to develop a comprehensive plan to enhance the recruitment, preparation, licensing, induction, mentoring, professional development and evaluation of school principals in New Mexico.


HM 22 STUDY LOW-INCOME BASIC INCOME   (Roybal Caballero, Patricia ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 22 (HM 22) asks two state agencies to establish a task force to study a possible basic income for low-income New Mexicans.


HM 23 "EL RANCHO DE LAS GOLONDRINAS DAY"   (Chandler, Christine ) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 23 (HM 23) proclaims January 25, 2022, “El Rancho de las Golondrinas Day” in the House of Representatives and recognizes the living history museum’s 50th anniversary.


HM 24 DEVELOP PLAN TO SAVE ADOPTABLE DOGS & CATS   (Alcon, Eliseo Lee) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 24 (HM 24) seeks to have a comprehensive plan developed to save healthy and adoptable cats and dogs in New Mexico animal shelters.


HM 25 AGRICULTURE & FOOD IN K-12 CURRICULUM   (Lente, Derrick ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 25 (HM 25) asks that the Public Education Department (PED) determine how to include an education of agriculture, food and nutrition in K-12 public schools.


HM 26 STUDY LEGISLATIVE SESSIONS & SALARIES   (Rubio, Angelica ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 26 (HM 26) seeks to have a study done of several issues related to the New Mexico Legislature, including compensation for lawmakers, staff for lawmakers and changes to the length and scope of legislative sessions.


HM 27 DIANNE MILLER HAMILTON, IN HONOR   (Dow, Rebecca ) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 27 (HM 27) recognizes former state legislator Dianne Miller Hamilton, who died November 9, 2021.


HM 28 VICTIMS OF VIOLENT CRIME, IN RECOGNITION   (Fajardo, Kelly K) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 28 (HM 28) honors the victims and violent crime in New Mexico, as well as their families.


HM 29 "FFA DAY"   (Townsend, James G) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 29 (HM 29) declares January 26, 2022, “FFA Day” in the state House of Representatives.


HM 30 "4-H DAY"   (Dow, Rebecca ) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 30 (HM 30) declares January 28, 2022, “4-H Day” in the state House of Representatives.


HM 31 ROBERTO V. ESTRADA, IN HONOR   (Gallegos, Doreen Y) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 31 (HM 31) honors Roberto V. Estrada, the founder of La Bonita Mexican Food Products, who died on August 28, 2021.


HM 32 TEACHING OF MULTICULTURAL HISTORICAL EVENTS   (Herndon, Pamelya ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 32 (HM 32) asks that a task force be established to develop a plan for enhancing the teaching of multicultural historical events in New Mexico’s public schools.


HM 33 GIFTED EDUCATION PROGRAM RECOMMENDATIONS   (Trujillo, Christine ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 33 (HM 33) asks that the Public Education Department (PED) study gifted education programs and services in New Mexico, specifically with an eye toward the issue of equity.


HM 34 ALISA COOPER DE URIBE, NM TEACHER OF THE YEAR   (Figueroa, Natalie ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 34 (HM 34) recognizes Alisa Cooper de Uribe as the 2021 New Mexico Teacher of the Year.


HM 35 LAW ENFORCEMENT RECOMMENDATION TASK FORCE   (Herndon, Pamelya ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 35 (HM 35) asks that a task force be established to recommend how to provide incentives for the retention of law enforcement officers.


HM 36 HOSPITAL CHARGES FOR UNINSURED   (Montoya, Roger Evan) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 36 (HM 36) asks that the interim Legislative Health and Human Services Committee (LHHS) be provided information about and hold a hearing on the issue of hospital charges for uninsured individuals.


HM 37 MEXICAN 201ST SQUADRON   (Serrato, Linda ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 37 (HM 37) recognizes the World War II contributions made to the United States by the Mexican 201st Squadron.


HM 38 LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING STUDY   (Romero, Andrea ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 38 (HM 38) asks that a study be conducted to look at gaps in law enforcement and first responder training when it comes to culturally and socially relevant responses to emergency situations.


HM 39 "LAW ENFORCEMENT APPRECIATION DAY"   (Rehm, William ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 39 (HM 39) declares February 4, 2022, as “Law Enforcement Appreciation Day” in the House of Representatives.


HM 40 AUGUST 1 AS "PERA DAY"   (Roybal Caballero, Patricia ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 40 (HM 40) asks the Governor to declare August 1, 2022, “Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) Day” to celebrate the association’s 75th anniversary.


HM 41 "NM STATE FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION DAY"   (Ezzell, Candy Spence ) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 41 (HM 41) declares February 15, 2022, as “New Mexcio State Firefighters Association Day” in the House of Representatives to celebrate the organization’s 100 years of service.


HM 42 DAVID LEE UBINGER, IN RECOGNITION   (Madrid, Willie D) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 42 (HM 42) recognizes the 2020 Golden Apple Excellence in Teaching Award recipient, David Lee Ubinger, a math teacher at Chaparral High School in southern New Mexico.


HM 43 SCHOOL MENTAL WELLNESS SPACES   (Herndon, Pamelya ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 43 (HM 43) asks that a task force be created to study how to provide mental wellness spaces in public schools in New Mexico.


HM 44 FERAL & UNBRANDED CATTLE   (Terrazas, Luis M) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 44 (HM 44) seeks a study of how to resolve problems ranchers and farmers have with feral and unbranded cattle that trespass on their land.


HM 45 STRENGTHEN RELATIONS WITH TAIWAN   (Louis, Georgene ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 45 (HM 45) relates to support for Taiwan.


HM 46 "NM FOOD & FARMS DAY"   (Ferrary, Joanne ) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 46 (HM 46) recognizes community food and farm efforts that seek to end hunger by declaring February 8, 2022, “New Mexico Food and Farms Day” in the state House of Representatives.


HM 47 NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE BANK   (Garratt, Joy ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 47 (HM 47) urges Congress to pass the National Infrastructure Bank Act of 2021 so that a national infrastructure bank is created for the financing of infrastructure projects.


HM 48 STEM CAREER PIPELINE STUDY   (Lujan, Tara L.) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 48 (HM 48) asks that a study of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education be undertaken.


HM 49 LIVESTOCK PROTECTION FROM WOLVES   (Dow, Rebecca ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 49 (HM 49) relates to reintroduction of the Mexican wolf in New Mexico and Arizona and asks the Department of Game and Fish to determine ways to better protect livestock.


HM 50 REYNALDO MIGUEL FLORES, IN RECOGNITION   (Castellano, Ambrose M) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 50 (HM 50) recognizes Reynaldo Miguel Flores, a longtime state employee.


HM 51 "COLONIAS DAY"   (Lara, Raymundo ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 51 (HM 51) proclaims February 12, 2022, “Colonias Day” in the House of Representatives and asks that the Governor prioritize rural communities and colonias.


HM 52 STUDY LOW-COST GRAD SCHOOL STUDENT LOANS   (De La Cruz, Art ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 52 (HM 52) seeks to have a study done to determine the feasibility of the state making low-cost loans available to graduate students.


HM 53 IMPACT OF CAPPING CERTAIN PROPERTY TAXES   (De La Cruz, Art ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 53 (HM 53) relates to property taxes for people age 75 and older who have lived in their residences for at least 25 years.


HM 54 "AFRICAN-AMERICAN DAY"   (Herndon, Pamelya ) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 54 (HM 54) declares February 11, 2022, “African-American Day” in the House of Representatives.


HM 55 STUDY MILITARY RETIREMENT TAX EXEMPTION   (Anderson, Phelps ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 55 (HM 55) relates to income tax and retired military personnel.


HM 56 STUDY CAPPING ABANDONED WATER WELLS   (Brown, Cathrynn N) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 56 (HM 56) asks that a study be conducted related to requirements for capping abandoned water wells in the state.


HM 57 REP. KAREN C. BASH, IN RECOGNITION   (Garratt, Joy ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 57 (HM 57) recognizes state Representative Karen Bash for her legislative service.


HM 58 REP. DEBORAH A. ARMSTRONG, IN RECOGNITION   (Thomson, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 58 (HM 58) recognizes state Representative Deborah Armstrong for her legislative service.


HM 59 REP. DAYMON ELY, IN RECOGNITION   (Romero, Andrea ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 59 (HM 59) recognizes state Representative Damon Ely for his legislative service.


HM 60 REP. ALONZO BALDONADO, IN RECOGNITION   (Fajardo, Kelly K) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 60 (HM 60) recognizes state Representative Alonzo Baldonado for his legislaive service.


HM 61 REP. REBECCA DOW, IN RECOGNITION   (Armstrong, Gail "Missy") Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 61 (HM 61) recognizes state Representative Rebecca Dow for her legislaive service.


HM 62 REP. BRITTNEY BARRERAS, IN RECOGNITION   (Ortez, Kristina ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

House Memorial 62 (HM 62) recognizes former state Representative Brittney Barreras for her legislative service.


HR 1 HOUSE RULE CHANGES   (Romero, Andrea ) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

House Resolution 1 (HR 1) amends the house rules regarding standing committees and procedures for the second regular session of the fifty-fifth legislature.


HR 2 ADVANCE NOTICE OF HEARINGS   (Townsend, James G) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Resolution 2 (HR 2) amends the house rules regarding advance notice of legislation to be heard in committee and for third reading.


HR 3 VOTE REQUIRED ON CONCURRENCE   (Townsend, James G) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Resolution 3 (HR 3) amends the house rules to require a vote of two-thirds for certain motions to concur in senate amendments.


HR 4 OATHS FOR EXPERT WITNESSES   (Townsend, James G) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

House Resolution 4 (HR 4) amends the house rules to require expert witnesses to provide testimony in committee under oath.


S 1 INCREASING SALARY FOR LICENSED TEACHERS   (Stewart, Mimi ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 1 (SB 1) amends Public Education to increase the minimum salaries of Level One, Level Two and Level Three licensed teachers.


S 1 APPROPRIATIONS & EXPENDITURES   (Munoz, George K) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

As introduced, SB 1 appropriated $51.2 million from the General Fund to (or through) numerous state agencies. It included $26.1 million in recurring and $25.1 in non-recurring appropriations for expenditure in FY22 and FY23. The majority of appropriations in SB1 match appropriations made in SB 48 (the vetoed Junior Bill) during the regular 30-day legislation session, but a number have been changed in response to objections raised by the Governor. The most notable change from SB 48 was the addition of a $1 million non-recurring appropriation to support the Rail Runner in temporarily decreasing fares, expanding schedules and improving operations.


S 2 JUDICIAL RETIREMENT CHANGES   (Cervantes, Joseph ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 2 (SB 2) allows for the appropriation of money into the Judicial Retirement Fund and Magistrate Retirement Fund, increases certain service credit multipliers, provides that justices of the state Supreme Court receive a salary equal to New Mexico Federal Magistrate Judges, removes salary formulas for magistrates, and makes $45,000,000 in appropriations to the Judicial and Magistrate Retirement Funds.


S 3 ENHANCING DEATH BENEFITS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT   (Munoz, George K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 3 (SB 3) relates to law enforcement. SB 3 enhances death benefits for peace officers, New Mexico Mounted Patrol Members, and reserve police officers. SB 3 changes distributions from the Law Enforcement Protection Fund.


S 4 PREVAILING WAGE AND FRINGE BENEFIT RATES   (Duhigg, Katy ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 4 (SB 4) amends Minimum Wages on Public Works to specify the determination date and implementation date for prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates. SB 4 also provides the an appeal will not stay the rate implementation unless modified by a final decision of the Labor and Industrial Commission or final judgment of a district court.


S 5 REDUCING RATES OF GROSS RECEIPTS TAX   (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

STBTC substituted SB 5 (SB 5 STBTCcs) by combining the original bill and SB 44, SB 49, and SB 108. SB 5 STBTCcs makes several tax changes: exempts Social Security from income tax for certain taxpayers; extends the New Solar Market Development Income Tax Credit; clarifies taxability of disclosed agency; reduces Gross Receipts and Compensating Tax rates and provides an automatic adjustment of the rate if revenues decrease.


S 6 ELECTION SECURITY & ADMINISTRATION   (Ivey-Soto, Daniel A) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 6 (SB 6) makes numerous changes to election laws and other laws, appropriates $300,000 to the Secretary of State office to support elections security, repeals numerous sections of law, and has an emergency clause, to take effect immediately.


S 7 STATE EMPLOYEE MINIMUM WAGE   (Sedillo-Lopez, Antoinette ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 7 (SB 7) provides for a $15.00 minimum wage for state employees and employees of state contractors, and appropriates $85,000,000 for salary increases.


S 8 VOTERS' RIGHTS PROVISIONS   (Wirth, Peter ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 8 (SB 8) relates to elections and includes changes such as creating a nominating petition electronic signature pilot program, allowing 16 year-olds to vote in local elections, allowing same day voter registration, amending voter rights of felons, creating procedures for monitored secured containers for ballots, enacting the Native American Voting Rights Act, and providing rules for presidential electors.


S 11 NEW MEXICO REFORESTATION CENTER ACT   (Woods, Pat ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 11 (SB 11) enacts the New Mexico Reforestation Center Act and directs the Forestry Division of the Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department to enter into an agreement with New Mexico Highlands University, New Mexico State University and the University of New Mexico to create the New Mexico Reforestation Center to address the impacts of climate change on the state's forests and address the state's reforestation needs. It creates a board and directs the establishment of a dedicated account for funding. SB 11 appropriates four million six hundred eight thousand one hundred dollars ($4,608,100) for the Reforestation Center. The Water and Natural Resources Committee requested the introduction of SB 11.


S 12 AG OFFICE FOR MISSING INDIGENOUS PERSONS   (Pinto, Shannon ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Amended Synopsis February 12, 2022 SFCa/SJCcs1/SB 12 The Senate Finance Committee amendment to Senate Judiciary Committee, committee substitute for Senate Bill 12 relates to law enforcement. SFCa/SJCcs1/SB 12 creates the position of Missing Indigenous Persons Specialist within the office of the Attorney General. SFCa/SJCcs1/SB 12 provides for duties. SFCa/SJCcs1/SB 12 creates the Partnership in Native American Communities Network Grant Program. SJCcs1/SB 12 creates the Partnership in Native American Communities Network Grant Fund. SFCa/SJCcs1/SB 12 makes an appropriation. SFCa/SJCcs1/SB 12 declares an emergency. CS Synopsis February 10, 2022 SJCcs1/SB 12: The Senate Judiciary Committee, committee substitute for Senate Bill 12 relates to law enforcement. SJCcs1/SB 12 creates the position of Missing Indigenous Persons Specialist within the office of the Attorney General. SJCcs1/SB 12 provides for duties. SJCcs1/SB 12 creates the Partnership in Native American Communities Network Grant Program. SJCcs1/SB 12 creates the Partnership in Native American Communities Network Grant Fund. SJCcs1/SB 12 makes appropriations. SJCcs1/SB 12 declares an emergency. Original Synopsis January 15, 2022 Senate Bill 12 (SB 12) relates to law enforcement. SB 12 creates the position of Missing Indigenous Persons Specialist within the office of the Attorney General. SB 12 provides duties. SB 12 creates the Partnership in Native American Communities Network Grant Program. SB 12 creates the Partnership in Native American Communities Network Grant Fund. SB 12 makes appropriations. SB 12 declares an emergency.


S 13 "MISSING IN NEW MEXICO EVENT"   (Lopez, Linda M. ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

SB 13 relates to missing persons by creating the Missing in New Mexico Event and declaring an emergency


S 14 ENACTING THE CLEAN FUEL STANDARD ACT   (Stewart, Mimi ) Current Location: DEAD View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 14 (SB 14) enacts the Clean Fuel Standard Act that provides for the establishment of a clean fuel standard for transportation fuels, the assessment of an annual registration fee, and the creation of the Clean Fuel Standard Fund. SB directs the state Environmental Improvement Board to promulgate rules to implement the Clean Fuel Standard Act and makes an appropriation.


S 15 KN95 MASKS AND EDUCATION   (Steinborn, Jeff ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB15 makes an appropriation to the Department of Health for the purchase and distribution of KN95 or equivalently effective masks and for the robust statewide public education campaign about the importance and proper usage of masks. The Act declares and emergency.


S 16 DISTRIBUTION OF AT-HOME COVID19 TESTING KITS   (Steinborn, Jeff ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 16 makes and appropriation to the Department of Health for the distribution of at-home coronavirus disease 2019 testing kits.


S 17 AUTHORIZATION FOR CERTAIN WATER PROJECTS   (Ingle, Stuart ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 17 (SB 17) authorizes the New Mexico Finance Authority to make loans or grants from the Water Project Fund for certain water projects and declares an emergency. SB 17 declares an emergency. The NM Finance Authority Oversight Committee requested the introduction of SB 17.


S 18 APPROPRIATION TO THE WATER TRUST FUND   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 18 (SB 18 ) appropriates fifty million dollars ($50,000,000) to the Water Trust Fund


S 19 NEW MEXICO HOUSING TRUST FUND   (Rodriguez, Nancy ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 19 (SB 19) makes a recurring appropriation starting in FY2023, from the General Fund to the New Mexico Housing Trust for the New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority to carry out the provisions of the New Mexico Housing Trust Act.


S 20 TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH COLLABORATIVE FUND   (Padilla, Michael ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 20 (SB 20) transfers the Technology Research Collaborative (TRC) to the Economy Development Department. SB 20 creates the Technology Research Collaborative Fund and authorizes grants for technology research. It repeals the New Mexico Research Applications Act. Makes an appropriation.


S 21 ELECTRIC VEHICLE INCOME TAX CREDIT   (Tallman, Bill ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

CS Synopsis February 11, 2022 STBTCcs1/SB 21: The Senate Tax, Business and Transportation Committee, committee substitute one for Senate Bill 21 relates to electric motor vehicles. STBTCcs1/SB 21 creates the Electric Vehicle Income Tax Credit. STBTCcs1/SB 21 creates the Electric Vehicle Charging Unit Income Tax Credit. STBTCcs1/SB 21 requires an additional registration fee for electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. STBTCcs1/SB 21 provides that the additional registration fees be distributed to the State Road Fund and the Local Governments Road Fund. Original Synopsis January 04, 2022 Senate Bill 21 (SB 21) relates to electric motor vehicles and the environment. SB 21 creates the Electric Vehicle Income Tax Credit. SB 21 creates the Electric Vehicle Charging Unit Income Tax Credit. SB 21 requires an additional registration fee for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles. SB 21 provides for an additional registration fee to be distributed to the State Road Fund and the Local Governments Road Fund.


S 22 LANGUAGE ACCESS IN STATE AGENCIES   (Sedillo-Lopez, Antoinette ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 22 (SB 22) amends the Executive Department statute regarding the duties and powers of the Secretary. SB 22 requires all state departments to provide meaningful access to state programs for individuals with limited proficiency in English. SB 22 makes an appropriation.


S 23 RURAL PRIMARY CARE CLINICIAN LOAN REPAYMENT   (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 23:Relating to health by enacting the Rural Primary Care Clinician Loas Repayment Act, providing for a loan repayment program to assist rural primary care organizations to recruit and retain eligible clinicians and creating a fund while making an appropriation.


S 24 RECESS REQUIRED FOR K-3   (Neville, Steven P. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 24 (SB 24) amends Public schools to require recess in kindergarten through third grades.


S 25 RESEARCH GRANTS CLOSING FUND   (Soules, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 25 (SB 25) creates a Research Grants Closing Fund to provide matching funds for research grants at post-secondary educational institutions; provides for a competitive application process; provides for a review panel; and makes an appropriation.


S 26 HOLD HARMLESS DISTRIBUTIONS   (Shendo, Benny ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 26 (SB 26) permits certain municipalities to retain hold harmless distributions for food and health care practitioner services. SB 26 clarifies that some local governments are exempt from the phased out distributions if they did not implement a hold harmless Gross Receipts Tax on June 30, 2019.


S 27 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS HOLD HARMLESS DEDUCTIONS   (Griggs, Ron ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 27 (SB 27) keeps the hold harmless distribution permanent at 50% for certain local governments.


S 28 HIRING PREFERENCE FOR VETERANS   (Pope, Harold James) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 28 (SB 28) provides in Section 1 that a private employer may adopt hiring preference for certain veterans and their spouses, widows and widowers.


S 29 MEDICAL AND GERIATRIC PAROLE PROCEDURES   (O'Neill, Bill B. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 29 (SB 29) amends the Probation and Parole Act by creating new medical and geriatric parole procedures.


S 30 REGIONAL TRANSIT GRT DISTRIBUTIONS   (Jaramillo, Leo ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 30 (SB 30) addresses gross receipts tax distributions to regional transit districts. SB 30 provides that revenue from a regional transit gross receipts tax imposed by a county be distributed directly to the district.


S 31 FAMILY REPRESENTATION AND ADVOCACY ACT   (Lopez, Linda M. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

CS1 Synopsis February 07, 2022 SJCcs1/SB 31: Senate Judiciary Committee Substitute for Senate Bill 31 relates to child welfare. SJCcs1/SB 31 enacts the Family Representation and Advocacy Act. SJCcs1/SB 31 creates the office of Family Representation and Advocacy. SJCcs1/SB 31 establishes duties of the director. SJCcs1/SB 31 creates the Family Representation and Advocacy Commission. Original Synopsis January 08, 2022 Senate Bill 31 (SB 31) relates to child welfare. SB 31 enacts the Family Representation and Advocacy act. SB 31 creates the office of Family Representation and advocacy. SB 31 establishes the duties of the director. SB 31 creates the Family Representation and Advocacy Oversight Commission.


S 32 OUTDOOR LEARNING PROGRAM FUNDING   (Hemphill, Siah Correa) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 32 (SB 32) makes an appropriation to the Public Education Department for an outdoor learning program.


S 33 BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PARITY LEGISLATION IMPACT   (Hickey, Martin E) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 33 makes an appropriation to the Human Services Department and the Office of Superintendent of Insurance to study the enactment and impact of behavioral health parity legislation and declares an emergency. Analysis:


S 34 THREAT OF SHOOTING   (Brandt, Craig ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Amended Synopsis February 15, 2022: HJCa/SB 34: The House Judiciary Committee amendment for Senate Bill 34 relates to crime. HJCa/SB 34 increases the statute of limitations for second-degree murder. HJCa/SB 34 increases the penalties for second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder. HJCa/SB 34 creates the crime of criminal threat. HJCa/SB 34 clarifies exceptions for unlawful possession of a handgun by a person. HJCa/SB 34 clarifies the penalty for receipt, transportation or possession of a firearm or destructive device by a serious violent felon. HJCa/SB 34 adds penalties for aggravated fleeing a law enforcement officer. HJCa/SB 34 clarifies noncapital felony sentencing provisions. HJCa/SB 34 provides for a sentencing enhancement when a firearm is possessed during the commission of a drug transaction or serious violent offense. HJCa/SB 34 clarifies that a firearm possessed during the commission of a drug transaction or serious violent offense may be seized. HJCa/SB 34 creates the crime of operating a chop shop. HJCa/SB 34 creates the crime of criminal damage to property by theft or attempted theft of regulated material. HJCa/SB 34 prohibits a secondhand metal dealer from purchasing or receiving regulated material not lawfully possessed. HJCa/SB 34 provides penalties. Original Synopsis January 06, 2022 Senate Bill 34 (SB 34) relates to crime. SB 34 makes changes to Criminal Offenses-Bomb Scares Unlawful, Section 30-20-16 NMSA 1978, to make a threat of shooting unlawful.


S 35 APPOINTMENT OF TEMPORARY GUARDIANS   (Duhigg, Katy ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

CS1 Synopsis February 07, 2022 SJCcs1/SB 35: Senate Judiciary Committee Substitute for Senate Bill 35 relates to protective arrangements. SJCcs1/SB 35 revises procedures for the appointment of temporary guardians and temporary conservators for allegedly incapacitated persons. SJCcs1/SB 35 clarifies reporting requirements. Original Synopsis January 15, 2022 Senate Bill 35 (SB 35) relates to protective arrangements. SB 35 revises procedures for the appointment of temporary guardians and temporary conservators for allegedly incapacitated persons. SB 35 clarifies reporting requirements.


S 36 CONTRIBUTIONS TO EDUCATIONAL RETIREMENT FUND   (Stewart, Mimi ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 36 (SB 36) increases certain local-administrative-unit contributions to the Educational Retirement Fund.


S 37 PUBLIC PROJECT REVOLVING FUND APPROPRIATIONS   (Rodriguez, Nancy ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 37 (SB 37) makes non-reverting appropriations from the Public Project Revolving Fund to the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund, the Wastewater Facility Construction Loan Fund, and the Cultural Affairs Facilities Infrastructure Fund.


S 38 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION DEPT AUTHORIZATIONS   (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 38 (SB 38) relates to government organization. SB 38 clarifies statutory provisions pertaining to child care facilities. SB 38 clarifies the Early Childhood Education and Care Department's responsibilities for infants, toddlers, and children with developmental delays. SB 38 authorizes the early Childhood Education and Care Department to perform criminal history investigations for child care facility licensure and other purposes. SB 38 requires confidentiality. SB 38 includes The Early Childhood Education and Care Department in the membership of relevant boards. SB 38 provides a penalty. Effective July 01, 2022.


S 39 PROCUREMENT PREFERENCES CHANGES   (Shendo, Benny ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

House Floor Sub February 8, 2022 Hfsub1/SB 39: House floor substitute one for Senate Bill relates to procurement. Hfsub1/SB 39 increases the preference for New Mexico resident businesses and contractors. Hfsub1/SB 39 eliminates the time limitation for special preferences for New Mexico resident veteran businesses and resident veteran contractors. Hfsub1/SB 39 provides for a preference for New Mexico Native American resident and resident veteran businesses and contractors. Original Synopsis January 20, 2022 Senate Bill 39 (SB 39) relates to procurement. SB 39 increases the preference for New Mexico resident businesses and contractors. SB 39 eliminates the time limitation for special preferences for New Mexico resident veteran businesses and resident veteran contractors. SB 39 provides for a preference for New Mexico Native American resident and resident veteran businesses and contractors.


S 40 HEALTH CARE QUALITY SURCHARGE ACT CHANGES   (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

SB 40relates to health care by repealing the delayed repeal of the Health Care Quality Surcharge Act. Analysis:


S 41 COLLEGE RESEARCH PARK & ECON DEV ACT CHANGES   (Stewart, Mimi ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 41 (SB 41) designates university research park corporations as public employers for purposes of public employee bargaining. SB 41 declares an emergency.


S 42 UTILITY EASEMENTS FOR BROADBAND ACT   (Padilla, Michael ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 42 (SB 42) enacts the Utility Easements for Broadband Act (UEFBA) that authorizes the use and sharing of utility easements for the provision of communications service throughout the state. It requires notice to the property owner; provides for optional recording of such notice; establishes claims pursuant to the use of utility easements; allows cost recovery for communications infrastructure projects; and provides definitions.


S 43 PROHIBITING LIFE WITHOUT PAROLE FOR A CHILD   (Sedillo-Lopez, Antoinette ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 43 (SB 43) prohibits the imposition of life without parole on a child offender and provides parole procedures for children who were given adult sentences.


S 44 NEW SOLAR MRKT DEV INCOME TAX CREDIT CHANGES   (Soules, William ) Current Location: QSUB View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 44 (SB 44) makes three changes to the New Solar Market Development Income Tax Credit: extends the credit by four additional years; doubles the aggregate credit cap to $16 million; and makes the credit refundable to taxpayers.


S 45 VETERAN BUSINESS & CONTRACTOR PROCUREMENT   (Pope, Harold James) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 45 (SB 45) repeals a section of Public Purchases and Property addressing procurement, which makes permanent the certification of a resident veteran business and resident veteran contractor.


S 46 ACEQUIA AND COMMUNITY DITCH FUND ACT FUNDING   (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 46 (SB 46) appropriates four hundred thousand dollars ($400,000) to carry out the purposes of the Acequia and Community Ditch Fund Act.


S 47 SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER TREATMENT FUND   (Steinborn, Jeff ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB47 creates the Substance Use Disorder Treatment Fund. A distribution of 10% of the net receipts from the Cannabis Excise Tax will be distributed to this new fund. The fund shall be administered by the Human Services Department for use in providing statewide substance use disorder treatment.


S 48 GEN APPROPRIATIONS AND AUTH EXPENDITURES   (Munoz, George K) Current Location: PVET View Analysis View Bill

SFC Committee Substitute for SB48 ('Junior') as amended by HAFC makes $50.4 million in member-designated General Fund appropriations to State departments, agencies, boards & commissions, the judiciary and courts, public education, higher education, and local governments. It includes $25.2 million in one-time appropriations for expenditure in FY22 and FY23, and $25.2 million in recurring budget appropriations for FY23.


S 49 EXEMPT SOCIAL SECURITY FROM INCOME TAX   (Tallman, Bill ) Current Location: QSUB View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 49 (SB 49) increases the cigarette tax from 10 cents to 15 cents a cigarette, increases the tax on tobacco products, includes nicotine in the definition of tobacco product, decreases the distribution of cigarette taxes, and exempts social security income from income tax for certain individuals.


S 50 EXPAND NURSING PROGRAMS AT COLLEGES   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 50 (SB 50) provides $15 million to the Higher Education Department for Fiscal Year 2023 to expand nursing programs at public universities and colleges. SB 50 is endorsed by the Legislative Health & Human Services Committee.


S 51 CREATE PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION   (Tallman, Bill ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 51 (SB 51) creates a 12-member Public Works Commission (PWC) appointed by the legislature and will proportionally represent political parties. Four public members with expertise in architecture or engineering will also be appointed. SB 51 directs the speaker of the house and the committee’s committee or the president pro tem to select the PWC’s chair and vice chair, and to remove a member for nonattendance. Majority approval is required for any action. SB 51 appropriates $335,000 in recurring funds to PWC to meet the bill’s provisions.


S 52 PAYROLL DEDUCTION FOR LOAN REPAYMENT   (Tallman, Bill ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 52 (SB 52) creates an Employee Loan Program which allows state employees to have portions of their salaries deducted and dispersed to repay personal loans and appropriates $350,000 to implement the Employee Loan Program.


S 53 AG EXPERIMENT STATION SCIENCE CENTERS   (Woods, Pat ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 53 (SB 53) appropriates ten million dollars ($10,000,000) for the operation and maintenance of NM State University’s Agricultural Experiment Station's statewide science centers.


S 54 STORAGE OF CERTAIN RADIOACTIVE WASTE   (Steinborn, Jeff ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 54 (SB 54) amends the Radioactive and Hazardous Materials Act to prohibit the storage or disposal of spent fuel and high-level waste. SB 54 modifies the Radioactive Waste Consultation Task Force and declares an emergency.


S 55 AUDIT REQUIREMENTS FOR TAX EXEMPTS   (O'Neill, Bill B. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 55 (SB 55) revises requirements for audits of tax-exempt organizations by raising the annual revenue threshold to $750,000 that triggers proof of accounting systems and audits.


S 56 NURSING STUDENT LOAN REPAYMENT   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 56 requires an appropriation to the Higher Education Department for financial aid for nursing students and loan repayment assistance for nurses in advanced practice.


S 57 SENIOR FARMERS' MARKET NUTRITION PROGRAM   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 57 (SB 57) makes a one-million one-hundred-thousand-dollar General Fund appropriation to the Department of Health in FY2023, for a match of federal funds for expansion of the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program. Guidelines are provided below.


S 58 INCREASE SCHOOL NURSES   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 58 requires an appropriation to the Public Education Department to increase the number of school nurses


S 59 NM-GROWN PRODUCE FOR SENIOR CENTER MEALS   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 59 (SB 59) makes a one-million-dollar General Fund appropriation to the Long-term Services Department to purchase New Mexico grown fruits and vegetables for senior center meal programs in FY2023. Guidelines are provided below.


S 60 FILM COMPANY SECURITY GROSS RECEIPTS   (Padilla, Michael ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 60 (SB 60) enacts a new section of the Gross Receipts Compensating Tax Act to provide a Gross Receipts Tax Deduction for security services sold to a film production company to take effect in July of 2022.


S 61 LOBBYIST REPORT CHANGES   (Steinborn, Jeff ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 61 (SB 61) adds a new section to the Lobbyist Regulation Act requiring post-session reports on what legislation a lobbyist or lobbyist's employer lobbied and amends Section 2-11-7 NMSA 1978.


S 62 SENIOR SNAP COST-OF-LIVING INCREASES   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Amended February 01, 2022 SHPACa/SB 62 makes an appropriation to the Human Services Department to adjust the average senior and disabled supplemental nutrition assistance program benefit to cost-of-living increases. Original January 06, 2022 Senate Bill 62 (SB 62) makes a recurring General Fund appropriation starting in FY2023, to the Human Services Department to adjust the average senior supplemental nutrition assistance program benefit to cost of living increases.


S 63 HOMELESS SHELTER SUPPORT SERVICES   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 63 (SB 63) makes a recurring General Fund appropriation starting in FY2023, to the Human Services Department for Homeless Shelter Support Services.


S 64 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SUPPORT SERVICES   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 64 (SB 64) makes a recurring General Fund appropriation starting in FY2023, to the Child, Youth, and Families Department (CYFD) for Domestic Violence Services.


S 65 STATE FOOD BANKS   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Amended February 01, 2022 SB 65/SHPACa makes an appropriation to the Human Services Department to fund state food banks. Original January 06, 2022 Senate Bill 65 (SB 65) makes a recurring General Fund appropriation starting in FY2023, to the Human Services Department for additional food purchase and delivery to state food banks.


S 66 SNAP TRANSITIONAL SUPPORT   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 66 (SB 66) makes a recurring appropriation starting in FY2023, to the Human Services Department for three months of transitional support when a supplemental nutrition assistance program receipt's employment earnings result in a loss of eligibility.


S 67 EXPAND SCHOOL-BASED HEALTH CLINICS   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 67Making an appropriation to the Department of Health to expand school-based health clinics.


S 68 GEOTHERMAL HEAT PUMP TAX CREDITS   (Soules, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 68 (SB 68) extends the Geothermal Ground-Coupled Heat Pump Tax Credits and makes the income tax credit refundable. SB 68 raises the aggregate cap of the credits to $16 million and requires annual reporting by the Taxation and Revenue Department. The definition of qualifying heat pump is modified.


S 69 JOB CREATION REPORTING REQUIREMENTS   (Tallman, Bill ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Amended Synopsis February 12, 2022 SFCa/SB 69: The Senate Finance Committee amendment to Senate BIll 69 relates to economic development. SFCa/SB 69 requires receipts of public support from the state pursuant to the Local Economic Development Act to report job creation and capital investment information. SFCa/SB 69 requires the Taxation and Revenue Department to compile and present a tax expenditure budget and analyses of certain tax expenditures to the Governor and the legislative committees. Original Synopsis January 07, 2022 Senate Bill 69 (SB 69) relates to economic development. SB 69 requires receipts of public support from the state pursuant to the Local Economic Development Act to report job creation and capital investment information. SB 69 requires the Taxation and Revenue Department to compile and present a tax expenditure budget and analyses of certain tax expenditures to the Governor and the legislative committees. SB 69 makes a nonrecurring appropriation in FY2023.


S 70 RESILIENCY THROUGH YOUTH PROGRAMMING   (Lopez, Linda M. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB70 makes an appropriation to the Department of Health to contract with a program to reduce risk factors and promote resiliency through programming for youth.


S 71 LOCAL TELECOMM CARRIER CHANGES   (Padilla, Michael ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 71 (SB 71) establishes rules to ensure regulation parity for entities that provide similar voice services to a wire center serving area. SB xx requires the Public Regulation Commission to report on its efforts to establish regulations that are uniform between rural and urban phone and messaging providers.


S 72 NMSU CENTER FOR DRYLAND RESILIENCE   (Soules, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 72 (SB 72) makes an appropriation of $14,995,000 to the Board of Regents of New Mexico State University (NMSU) in collaboration with other universities to establish the Center for Dryland Resilience and to create a monitoring network, predict vulnerabilities and develop strategies for the sustainable management of drylands.


S 73 UNM QUANTUM MATERIALS TECHNOLOGIES   (Soules, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 73 (SB 73) makes an appropriation to the Board of Regents of the University of New Mexico to establish a Quantum Materials and Technologies Program in collaboration with other universities, the federal research laboratories.


S 74 LOBBYIST DEFINITIONS   (Steinborn, Jeff ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 74 (SB 74) amends the Lobbyist Regulation Act by defining "advertising campaign" and requiring lobbyists to report compensation received for lobbying. It makes technical changes to the advertising campaign reporting requirements.


S 75 LIMIT SCHOOL ADMIN EXPENDITURES   (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 75 (SB 75) limits the increase in budget of public school administrative overhead expenses and provides for exceptions to limiting budget increases.


S 76 RURAL AIR SERVICE CHANGES   (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB76 relates to aviation by amending the Rural Air Service Enchantment Act to broaden eligibility for Rural Air Service Enhancement Grants, temporarily reserving a portion of the Rural Air Service Enhancement Fund for eligible applicants with new or expanded air routes to be used by aircraft with a capacity of not more than nine persons. An appropriation is included in this Act.


S 77 DISCLOSURE OF CERTAIN INFO BY STATE   (Sedillo-Lopez, Antoinette ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 77 (SB 77) relates to governmental conduct. SB 77 prohibits disclosure of sensitive personal information of state agency employees. SB 77 provides for penalties and exceptions to the rule.


S 78 CHARTER SCHOOL CHANGES   (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 78 (SB 78) adds a new section to the New Mexico Finance Authority Act to provide loans to Charter Schools; amends Public Schools to require notification to charter schools of property available and provides that the Public School Outlay fund include charter schools; creates the Charter Facility Fund; Amends Public schools to include charter schools in proposed funding through tax imposition; and makes an appropriation.


S 79 CHILD BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SVCS. SUPPORT   (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB79 makes an appropriation to the Human Services Department to allow the Interagency Behavioral Health Purchasing Collaborative to enter into contracts for services to provide family peer support and referrals to families with children in need of behavioral health services.


S 80 HEALTH SECURITY ACT ADOPTION STUDY   (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB80 makes an appropriation to the Office of Superintendent of Insurance to study and report findings relate to the possible adoption of the Health Security Act.


S 81 STATEWIDE ORGAN DONOR REGISTRY   (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB81 relates to licenses by requiring a space on license application and license renewal forms for applicants to state a desire to make an anatomical gift and requiring the Motor Vehicle Division of the Taxation and Revenue Department to maintain applications with those completed statements in a statewide donor registry.


S 82 WNMU INDIGENOUS STUDENT PROGRAM   (Hemphill, Siah Correa) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 82 (SB 82) makes an appropriation to the Board of Regents of Western New Mexico University to operate and support an international academic and cultural program for indigenous students.


S 83 NURSES & TAKE-HOME METHADONE PROGRAMS   (Padilla, Michael ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB83 relates to health care by enacting a new section of the Pharmacy Act to establish that registered nurses and licensed practical nurses employed by opioid treatment programs may dispense methadone for take-home purposes.


S 84 CONSTRUCTION MANAGER GENERAL CONTRACTOR ACT   (Shendo, Benny ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

CS One Synopsis February 10, 2022 SJCcs1/SB 84: The Senate Judiciary Committee, committee substitute for Senate Bill 84 relates to procurement. SJCcs1/SB 84 enacts the Transportation Construction Manager General Contractor Act to provide an alternative project delivery method for certain Department of Transportation projects. SJCcs1/SB 84 provides another exception to the competitive sealed bid requirement. SJCcs1/SB 84 eliminates the cap for design and build procurement for certain transportation projects. SJCcs1/SB 84 specifies alternatives to the design-bid-build project delivery method for transportation projects. Original Synopsis January 13, 2022 Senate Bill 84 (SB 84) relates to procurement. SB 84 enacts the Construction Manager General Contractor Act to provide an alternative project delivery method for certain Department of Transportation projects.


S 85 TAX EXEMPTION FOR MILITARY RETIREMENT PAY   (Pope, Harold James) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 85 (SB 85) proposes an Income Tax Exemption of military retirement pay not to exceed $30,000.


S 86 HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATION REQUIREMENTS   (Pope, Harold James) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 86 (SB 86) relates to homeowner associations. SB 86 requires that no less than seventy-five percent of the board of a homeowner association be elected by lot owners after seventy-five percent of lots are no longer owned by the declarant. SB 86 removes exceptions for master-planned communities.


S 87 LAND GRANT-MERCED YOUTH PROGRAMS   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 87 (SB 87) appropriates fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) for youth development program services to land grants-mercedes.


S 88 VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. TRAINING   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB88 makes an appropriation to the Local Government Division of the Department of Finance and Administration for training materials and instruction of volunteer firefighters at the Fire Department for the Tajique and Torreon Fire Department.


S 89 URANIUM MINE CLEANUP & RECLAMATION   (Steinborn, Jeff ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 89 (SB 89) directs the Department of Environment to coordinate the state's efforts to clean up and reclaim former uranium mine and mill sites and provides duties. It creates the Uranium Mining Reclamation Revolving Fund and makes an appropriation.


S 90 CNM VENTURE STUDIO   (Tallman, Bill ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 90 (SB 90) makes an appropriation to the Higher Education Department for the Central New Mexico Community College to develop and launch a venture studio to build and develop local companies.


S 91 UNEMPLOYED BOOT CAMP TRAINING PROGRAMS   (Tallman, Bill ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 91 (SB 91) seeks an appropriation to the Higher Education Department for Central New Mexico Community College to develop and operate intensive, short-term, boot camp training programs for unemployed or underemployed workers.


S 92 SPECIAL OLYMPICS FUNDING   (Lopez, Linda M. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 92 (SB 92) appropriates two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) for Special Olympics.


S 93 COMMUNITY EDUCATORS ACT   (Griggs, Ron ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 93 (SB 93) adds new sections of the Public School Code to enact the Community Educators Act (Act). This act allows licensure of contracting of community educators, meet the qualifications. Community educators are required to have a background check, are ineligible for benefits, are exempt from the Educational Retirement Act. SB 221295 requires school districts to establish and maintain extracurricular active funds.


S 94 RETIREMENT SAVINGS FACILITATION TAX CREDIT   (Tallman, Bill ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 94 adds a new section to the Income Tax Act to create the Retirement Savings Facilitation Income Tax Credit; amends definitions in the New Mexico Work and Save Act; requires certain employers to register as participating employers and enroll the employees in the New Mexico Work and Save Individual Retirement Account Program; allows employees to opt out of automatic enrollment; aligns the provisions of the New Mexico Work and Save Act to enable the formation of an auto-IRA partnership with other states.


S 95 SANTA FE HOMEBOUND PERSON MEALS   (Rodriguez, Nancy ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 95 (SB 95) appropriates three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000) for a program that provides meals to home bound individuals in the city of Santa Fe.


S 96 SANTA FE HOMELESS SHELTER   (Rodriguez, Nancy ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 96 (SB 96) appropriates three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000) for a homeless shelter and supportive housing program in the city of Santa Fe.


S 97 INDIGENOUS WISDOM CURRICULUM PROJECT   (Pinto, Shannon ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 97 (SB 97) makes a nonrecurring FY2023, General Fund appropriation to the Indian Affairs Department to update and expand the indigenous wisdom curriculum project at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center.


S 98 CYBERSECURITY ACT   (Padilla, Michael ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 98 relates to cybersecurity by enacting the Cybersecurity Act and establishing the Cybersecurity Office, creating the Cybersecurity Advisory Committee, establishing the Intragovernmental Cybersecurity Coordinating Committee, creating the State Chief of Information Security and Chief Information Security Officers for the Administrative Office of the Courts, and the Legislative Council Services, providing powers and duties , requiring rulemaking and reports, making appropriations, and declaring an emergency.


S 99 STATE TRANSIT FUND   (Jaramillo, Leo ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

: SB99 relates to transportation by creating the State Transit Fund by allowing money in the fund to provide up to fifty percent of matching funds for public transit agencies and making an appropriation.


S 100 CANNABIS REGULATION   (Lopez, Linda M. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 100 proposes numerous amendments to the Cannabis Regulation Act. The proposed changes include specifying the process for criminal history checks, providing mandatory minimum training requirements for licensees and their employees, prohibiting the sale of cannabis and alcohol at the same location, providing for a joint powers agreement between the Cannabis Control Division (CCD) and the New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) so manufacturing facilities producing edibles can be inspected, and allowing non-profit cannabis corporations to dissolve and transfer their assets if they're incorporating as a for-profit corporation.


S 101 SCHOOL GROUP INSURANCE CONTRIBUTIONS   (Pope, Harold James) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 101 (SB 101) relates to insurance. SB 101 changes the group insurance contributions for school districts, charter schools, and participating entities in the Public School Insurance Authority. SB 101 makes a nonrecurring appropriation in FY2023.


S 102 PERA BOARD MEMBER CHANGES   (Tallman, Bill ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 102 (SB 102) reduces the membership and changes the composition of the Public Employees Retirement Board and provides requirements for certain retirement board members.


S 103 WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS STAFF BACKGROUND CHECKS   (Padilla, Michael ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 103 (SB 103) requires criminal history background checks for certain employees, finalists for employment, and contractors of the Workforce Solutions Department, requires residency check for certain employees, requires the background checks to be held in confidence, and provides for an appellate process due to information obtained through the background checks.


S 104 TEACHER LICENSURE ALTERNATE PATHWAYS   (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 104 (SB 104) adds a new section to the School Personnel Act eliminating the basic skills assessment as a required component of the New Mexico Teacher Assessments Examination. SB 104 also provides alternative paths to teacher licensure under certain circumstances.


S 105 SCHOOL FINANCE REPORTING DATES   (Soules, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 105 (SB 105) changes the date school boards and governing bodies report memberships and budget requests to the Public Education Department; changes the date the Public Education Department reports to the Department of Finance and Administration; and also changes the first reporting MEM date .


S 106 SHORT LINE RAILROAD MODERNIZATION TAX CREDIT   (Diamond, Crystal ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 106 (SB 106) creates the Short Line Railroad Modernization Income Tax Credit and corporate tax credit.


S 107 INSTALLMENT LOAN PERCENTAGE RATES   (Soules, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 107 (SB 107) relates to financial institutions. SB 107 changes the permitted percentage rates for loans pursuant to the New Mexico Bank Installment Loan Act of 1959 and the New Mexico Small Loan Act of 1955. SB 107 requires a license for certain lenders. SB 107 changes certain reporting requirements. SB 107 requires notice.


S 108 EXEMPT SOCIAL SECURITY FROM INCOME TAX   (Padilla, Michael ) Current Location: QSUB View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 108 (SB 108) exempts Social Security benefits from state income tax. SB 108 prohibits taxpayers from claiming both the over 65 and blind exemption and the proposed Social Security exemption.


S 109 ENVIRONMENTAL VIOLATION CIVIL PENALTIES   (McKenna, Brenda Grace Agoyothé) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 109 (SB 109) amends the New Mexico Mining Act, the Air Quality Control Act, the Hazardous Waste Act, the Water Quality Act and the Solid Waste Act to increase civil penalties for violations, noncompliance and failure to correct for noncompliance to account for inflation. The Radioactive and Hazardous Materials Committee requested the introduction of SB 109.


S 110 SCHOOL BUS DRIVER COMPENSATION   (Pirtle, Cliff R. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 110 (SB 110) makes an appropriation from the Appropriation Contingency Fund to the Public Education Department to assist school districts to increase school bus driver compensation.


S 111 US HIGHWAY 380 PROJECTS   (Pirtle, Cliff R. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 111 (SB 111) appropriates $46,000,000 to for infrastructure projects on a portion of U.S. Highway 380.


S 112 RETIREE HEALTH CARE FUND CONTRIBUTIONS   (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 112 (SB 112) relates to retiree health care by increasing employee and employer contribution rates to the Retiree Health Care Fund.


S 113 ELECTRONIC PROOF OF CAR INSURANCE   (Munoz, George K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 113 (SB 113) relates to motor vehicles. SB 113 permits proof of financial responsibility to be given electronically.


S 114 PROCUREMENT CODE CHANGES   (Tallman, Bill ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 114 (SB 114) relates to procurement. SB 114 changes the Procurement Code. SB 114 adds and changes definitions. SB 114 requires the approval of the attorney general for executive branch state agency contracts for legal counsel. SB 114 revises the Procurement Code exemption for advertising. SB 114 eliminates the Procurement Code exemptions for the Fort Bayard Medical Center and certain hospital and health care procurement. SB 114 directs the state purchasing agent to approve sole source procurement determinations. SB 114 limits the term of sole source and emergency procurement to one year. SB 114 provides additional requirements for procurement under existing contracts. SB 114 revises the term limits of multi-term contracts and provides limitations on price amendments. SB 114 makes technical and conforming changes. SB 114 repeals Section 13-1-98.1 NMSA 1978.


S 115 EXPAND RURAL HEALTH CARE TAX CREDIT   (Tallman, Bill ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 115 (SB 115) relates to taxation, adding doctors of Oriental Medicine, naturopathic doctors and speech-language pathologists to the rural health care practitioner tax credit.


S 116 COUNTY COURTHOUSE FUND & PROJECTS   (Rodriguez, Nancy ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 116 (SB 116) creates the County Courthouse Buildings Fund, allows grants to certain counties for courthouse projects, and appropriates $20,000,000 to this fund.


S 117 STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR CERTAIN SEX CRIMES   (Duhigg, Katy ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 117 (SB 117) relates to limitations of actions. SB 117 eliminates the statute of limitations for actions for damages due to childhood sexual abuse. SB 117 applies the elimination of the statute of limitations for actions for damages due to childhood sexual abuse retroactively.


S 118 EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE FUND USES   (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 118 (SB 118) relates to public finance. SB 118 expands the uses for which the legislature may appropriate money from the Early Childhood Education and Care Program Fund.


S 119 UNM HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER   (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 119 (SB 119) makes appropriations to the University of New Mexico (UNM) and New Mexico State University (NMSU) to establish a School of Public Health at the UNM Health Sciences Center.


S 120 BRANDISHING A FIREARM SENTENCES   (Hickey, Martin E) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 120 (SB 120) enhances the penalty for brandishing a firearm during the commission of a felony.


S 121 EXEMPT SOCIAL SECURITY FROM INCOME TAX   (Gallegos, David M) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 121 (SB 121) exempts Social Security benefits from state income tax. SB 121 prohibits taxpayers from claiming both the over 65 and blind exemption and the proposed Social Security exemption.


S 122 EC DIVERSIFICATION & CLIMATE RESILIENCE FUND   (Munoz, George K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 122 (SB 122) creates the Economic Diversification and Climate Resilience Fund.


S 123 STATE RACING COMMISSION SUNSET DATE   (Munoz, George K) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 123 (SB 123) provides a new sunset date for the State Racing Commission.


S 124 LOTTERY SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY & DEFINITIONS   (Munoz, George K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 124 (SB 124) modifies eligibility for the Legislative Lottery Tuition Scholarship Act with regards to credit hours.


S 125 STATE EMPLOYEE MINIMUM WAGE   (Munoz, George K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 125 (SB 125) provides for a $15.00 minimum hourly wage for state employees.


S 126 PUBLIC SAFETY TELECOMMUNICATOR RETIREMENT   (Gallegos, David M) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 126 (SB 126) relates to public employee retirement. SB 126 includes public safety telecommunicators as police members under the Public Employees Retirement Act. SB 126 provides for elections pertaining to the adoption of the police member coverage plans for current public safety telecommunicators.


S 127 NM MOUNTED PATROL DEFINITIONS & INSURANCE   (Pirtle, Cliff R. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 127 (SB 127) adds members of the New Mexico Mounted Patrol to the definition of a law enforcement officer, provides for insurance costs for the Mounted Patrol, and appropriates $94,560 for associated liability and workers compensation insurance coverage.


S 128 UNIFORMED SVC. RETIREE INCOME TAX DEDUCTION   (Burt, William F) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 128 (SB 128) provides an Income Tax deduction for military retirees and their spouses.


S 129 INSTALLMENT LOAN PERCENTAGE RATES   (Schmedes, Gregg William) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 129 (SB 129) relates to financial institutions. SB 129 changes the permitted percentage rates for loans pursuant to the New Mexico Bank Installment Loan Act of 1959 and the New Mexico Small Loan Act of 1955. SB 129 requires a license for certain lenders. SB 129 changes certain reporting requirements. SB 129 requires notice.


S 130 EMERGENCY FILLING OF LP GAS CONTAINERS   (Jaramillo, Leo ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 130 (SB 130) provides an emergency exception to who may fill an owner's LP gas container and declares an emergency.


S 131 CAREER TECH EDUCATION LOAN FOR SERVICE ACT   (Pirtle, Cliff R. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 131 (SB 131) creates a new act, Career Technical Education Loan for Service (act) and program in the Higher Education Department. SB 131 provides rules, terms, and makes an appropriation from the General Fund in the amount of $5 million.


S 132 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT MINIMUM SALARY   (Stewart, Mimi ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 132 (SB 132) relates to school personnel. SB 132 increases the minimum salary for educational assistants.


S 133 MAKE-A-WISH NM LICENSE PLATES   (Gallegos, David M) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 133 (SB 133) creates a special registration plate for supporters of Make-A-Wish New Mexico and makes an appropriation.


S 134 NM HOUSING TRUST FUND   (Rodriguez, Nancy ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 134 (SB 134) relates to public finance. SB 134 allocates severance tax bonding capacity to the New Mexico Housing Trust Fund. SB 134 authorizes severance tax bonds. SB 134 requires certain reversions to the Severance Tax Bonding Fund. SB 134 requires the New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority to prioritize expending or encumbering certain balances in the New Mexico Housing Trust Fund.


S 135 LIMIT CERTAIN STATE FUND TRANSFERS   (Hemphill, Siah Correa) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 135 (SB 135) limits transfers of certain excess revenue from the General Fund to the General Fund Operating Reserve if the balance of the tax stabilization reserve is greater than 20% of the aggregate recurring appropriations.


S 136 EXCLUDE OIL & GAS SERVICES FROM DBS RULES   (Kernan, Gay G. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 136 (SB 136) excludes oil and gas production services from destination-based sourcing rules when determining Gross Receipt Tax. SB 136 declares an emergency.


S 137 DISTRIBUTE PART OF GRT ON SVCS TO MUNIS   (Kernan, Gay G. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 137 (SB 137) creates the Destination-Based Sourcing Safety Net Fund (fund). SB 137 requires the reporting of the seller’s location for Gross Receipts Tax (GRT) purposes. The bill declares an emergency.


S 138 MEDICAL & HEALTH CARE GROSS RECEIPTS   (Kernan, Gay G. ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 138 (SB 138) provides that receipts from a Medicare administrative contractor qualify for a Gross Receipts Tax (GRT) deduction for certain services.


S 139 NMSU STATEWIDE AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMS   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 139 (SB 139) makes an appropriation to New Mexico State University for the Department of Agriculture to support statewide agricultural education programs.


S 140 OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP ACT   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 140 (SB 140) adds new material to Higher Education to enact the Opportunity Scholarship Act, which consolidates several scholarship funds; amend, repeal and enact sections of the NMSA 1978; and make an appropriation.


S 141 EMERGENCY FILLING OF LP GAS CONTAINERS   (Jaramillo, Leo ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 141 (SB 141) provides an emergency exception to who may fill an owner's LP gas container and declares an emergency.


S 142 TAX DEFINITION OF FINE CIGAR   (Pirtle, Cliff R. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 142 (SB 142) taxes fine cigars under the Tobacco Products Tax Act.


S 143 SMALL BUSINESS PANDEMIC TAKINGS REPARATIONS   (Pirtle, Cliff R. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 143 (SB 143) enacts the Small Business Pandemic Reparations Act and creates the Pandemic Reparations Division in the Taxation and Revenue Department. Creates the Small Business Pandemic Reparations Tax Credit; Creates a fund. Makes an appropriation.


S 144 INTIMIDATION OF ELECTION WORKERS   (Duhigg, Katy ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 144 (SB 144) amends the crime of intimidation to include acts against employees and agents of the Secretary of State, County Clerks, and Municipal Clerks.


S 145 NM REFORESTATION CENTER   (Campos, Pete ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 145 (SB 145) creates the New Mexico Reforestation Center to address the state's current and future reforestation needs. It appropriates four million six hundred eight thousand one hundred dollars ($4,608,100) for the Reforestation Center.


S 146 COOPERATIVE PROCUREMENT AGREEMENTS   (Campos, Pete ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 146 (SB 146) amends the Procurement Code by excluding cooperative procurement by state agencies from the requirement of procurement through the state purchasing agent and authorizes a state agency or local body to join an existing cooperative procurement agreement for the procurement of services, construction or items of tangible personal property.


S 147 AMBULANCE SERVICES FUND   (Campos, Pete ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 147 relates to ambulance Services and establishing a fund, while requiring rules and making an appropriation.


S 148 IMPROVE PERINATAL HEALTH   (Rodriguez, Nancy ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 148 makes an appropriation to the Department of Health for programs to improve perinatal health outcomes statewide.


S 149 RURAL LIBRARIES ENDOWMENT FUND   (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 149 makes and appropriation to the Rural Libraries Endowment Fund to carry out the provisions of Sections 18-18-1 through 18-18-4 NMSA 1978 (Being Laws 2019, Chapter 165, Sections 1 through 4, as amended)


S 150 CREDIT FOR REINSURANCE ACT   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

SB 150 relates to insurance by enacting the Credit for Reinsurance Act and providing for credit to insurers obtaining reinsurance and repealing and enacting Sections of the NMSA 1978, and declaring an emergency.


S 151 AT-RISK YOUTH TRAINING & CASE MANAGEMENT   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 151 states that an appropriation to the Workforce Solutions Department to support training and case management programs for at-risk youth.


S 152 EXTEND SCOPE OF HUMAN RIGHTS ACT   (Hamblen, Carrie ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

CS Synopsis February 13, 2022 SJCcs1/SB 152: The Senate Judiciary Committee, committee substitute for Senate Bill 152 relates to human rights. SJCcs1/SB 152 extends the scope of the Human Rights Act to apply to certain actions of the state and its political subdivisions. Original Synopsis January 25, 2022 Senate Bill 152 (SB 152) relates to human rights. SB 152 extends the scope of the Human Rights Act to actions of public bodies and state agencies.


S 153 COLLECTION OF CERTAIN DEMOGRAPHIC DATA   (Hamblen, Carrie ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 153 (SB 153) requires certain executive departments and public bodies to collect self-identification data pertaining to sexual orientation and gender identity.


S 154 GENERAL APPROPRIATION ACT OF 2022   (Munoz, George K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

HB107 appropriates in detail nearly $8.5 billion ($8,446,239.7) from the General Fund for legislative, judicial, general government, higher education, and public education for FY23, which would be a 13.7% increase from the FY22 budget. The appropriations in this 219-page bill represent the LFC's FY23 budget recommendations.


S 155 EC DIVERSIFICATION & CLIMATE RESILIENCE FUND   (Munoz, George K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 155 (SB 155) creates the Economic Diversification and Climate Resilience Fund and transfers a portion of the remaining balance of the Extraction Taxes Suspense Fund to the Economic Diversification and Climate Resilience Fund


S 156 STANDARD FOR PRETRIAL RELEASE   (Schmedes, Gregg William) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 156 (SB 156) relates to bail and specifies the standard to be used at a pretrial release hearing, requires that a defendant must post bond if on release for another matter, and prohibits courts from relying on risk assessment tools or programs.


S 157 CONTINUE CHILE LABOR INCENTIVE PROGRAM   (Steinborn, Jeff ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 157 (SB 157) makes an appropriation from the funds allocated to the state pursuant to the federal American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 to the New Mexico Department of Agriculture to continue the Chile Labor Incentive Program.


S 158 ANATOMICAL GIFT DISCRIMINATION   (Brandt, Craig ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 158 relates to anatomical gifts by prohibiting discrimination against anatomical gift recipients based solely on physical or mental disability, prohibiting insurance coverage discrimination against persons with disabilities receiving organ, eye or tissue transplants and associated care and declaring an emergency.


S 159 LEGISLATIVE RETIREMENT CHANGES   (Ingle, Stuart ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 159 (SB 159) relates to legislative retirement and changes the calculation for the amount of pension for state legislators in member coverage plan 2.


S 160 WIDEN PASEO DEL NORTE   (Pope, Harold James) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 160 makes an appropriation to the Local Government Division of the Department of Finance and Administration for the City of Albuquerque to widen Paseo Del Norte in Northwest Albuquerque.


S 161 SPACE VALLEY CENTER   (Hickey, Martin E) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Sente Bill 161 (SB 161) appropriates $6 million to the Higher Education Department for a Space Valley Center if a federal grant is awarded to the center.


S 162 STRATEGIC WATER RESERVE   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 162 (SB 162) appropriates fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000) for the Interstate Stream Commission to administer the Strategic Water Reserve Fund.


S 163 STATE PERSONNEL DIVERSITY ACT   (Lopez, Linda M. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 163 (SB 163) relates to state personnel. SB 163 enacts the Diversity Act. SB 163 creates the Chief Diversity Officer within the State Personnel Office. SB 163 creates Diversity and Inclusion Liaisons within state agencies. SB 163 creates the Workforce Diversity and Inclusion Council. SB 163 provides duties. SB 163 requires state agencies to develop and implement policies to identify, assess and decrease institutional racism. SB 163 provides criteria by which state agencies will implement such policies. SB 163 requires an annual report. SB 163 makes an appropriation.


S 164 INCREASE JUROR COMPENSATION   (Soules, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

CS Synopsis February 01, 2022 SJCcs1SB 164: The Senate Judiciary Committee, committee substitute one for Senate Bill 164 relates to the courts. SJCcs1SB 164 increases juror compensation. Original Synopsis January 26, 2022 Senate Bill 164 (SB 164) relates to the courts. SB 164 increases juror compensation.


S 165 ENHANCE CERTAIN SUMMER & OUT-OF-SCHOOL PGMS.   (Padilla, Michael ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 165 (SB 165) makes an appropriation from the General fund to the Public Education Department to enhance certain summer and out-of-school programming in the Albuquerque metropolitan area in Fiscal Year 2023. Requires a report.


S 166 TRANSITIONAL HOUSING FROM INCARCERATION   (Hamblen, Carrie ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 166 (SB 166) makes an appropriation for transitional housing and behavioral health services for individuals released from incarceration.


S 167 YOUTHFUL OFFENDER & STAYED ADULT SENTENCE   (Baca, Gregory ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 167 (SB 167) relates to the Delinquency Act. SB 167 allows for the imposition of a stayed adult criminal sentence upon adjudication of a youthful offender.


S 168 SURRENDER OF INFANTS   (Gallegos, David M) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 168 (SB 168) relates to children. SB 168 allows persons to leave infants in safety devices for the surrender of infants, under certain conditions, without criminal prosecution for abandonment or abuse of a child. SB 168 allows the installation and operation of safety devices for the surrender of infants. SB 168 provides limited immunity for operators of those devices. SB 168 requires the Public Education Department to promulgate rules. SB 168 makes appropriations. SB 168 declares an emergency.


S 169 EVALUATE SANTOLINA DEVELOPMENT   (Lopez, Linda M. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 169 relates to economics by tasking the University of New Mexico Bureau of Business and Economic Research with evaluating the fiscal impact on various governmental entities of the proposed Santolina Development in Bernalillo County and including an appropriation.


S 170 ABQ WEST CENTRAL AVE. ECON DEVELOPMENT   (Lopez, Linda M. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 170 makes and appropriation to the Local Government Division of the Department of Finance and Administration to promote economic development and revitalization of the West Central Avenue corridor in Albuquerque.


S 171 MED STUDENTS IN UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES   (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 171 makes an appropriation to the Board of Regents of University of New Mexico for a program that prepares medical students to practice in underserved communities


S 172 RETIREES RETURNING TO WORK   (Munoz, George K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 172 (SB 172) relates to educational retirement. SB 172 allows certain retirees to return to work without a suspension of retirement benefits.


S 173 HEALTH CARE PRECEPTOR TAX CREDIT   (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 173 (SB 173) creates a new non-refundable Health Care Preceptor Income Tax Credit of up to $1,000.


S 174 FREIGHT TRAILERS IN RIGHT HAND HWY LANE   (Munoz, George K) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 174 (SB 174) adds a new section of the Motor Vehicle code to require truck tractors attached to a freight trailer shall drive in the right-hand lane on interstate highways and provides a penalty.


S 175 UNM PROJECT ECHO PROGRAM   (Lopez, Linda M. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

HB 175 makes an appropriation to the Board of Regents of the University of New Mexico to fund the Project Echo Program


S 176 LEG. STAFF REPORT FOR BETTER HEALTH OUTCOMES   (Hickey, Martin E) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Making appropriations to the Legislative Council Service and the Legislative Finance Committee for contract staff to study and report on health-related issues to support policy development for improving health outcomes statewide.


S 177 PERSONAL FINANCE CLASS FOR GRADUATION   (Pinto, Shannon ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 177 (SB 177) amends Public Schools to change graduation requirements to require one-half unit of personal finance and economics prior to graduation. SB 177 also requires certain licenses for personal finance instruction.


S 178 SPECIAL DISTRICT ELECTIONS & TAXES   (Ivey-Soto, Daniel A) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 178 (SB 178) makes changes to the Public Improvement District Act: permits only local governments to impose a property tax; creates an administrative committee; and prohibits the imposition of a higher rate of property tax if approved by the voters. SB 178 also modifies the Tax Increment for Development Act: permits only local governments to impose a property tax and creates an administrative committee. Contracts entered into under the Acts will be subject to the Procurement Code. SB 178 allows subdivisions of a government to be audited separately from its primary entity. SB 178 declares an emergency.


S 179 PROBATE DOCUMENT SIGNING OUTSIDE COUNTY SEAT   (Campos, Pete ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 179 (SB 179) allows probate judges to sign orders or other documents from a location in the county that is not the county seat and repeals the penalty for a probate judge neglecting to discharge their duties.


S 180 GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP ACT CHANGES   (Pope, Harold James) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 180 (SB 180) modifies the Graduate Scholarship Act (Act) and appropriates $5 million to the Department of Higher Education to carry out the Act.


S 181 PERSONAL FINANCE AS SCHOOL ELECTIVE   (Gallegos, David M) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 181 amends Public Schools to include personal finance as an elective in sixth through eight grades; amends the graduation requirements to include personal finance; Allows one-half unit of personal finance to count as an elective. SB 181 makes an appropriation to purchase personal finance instructional materials. The provisions of Section 2 of this act apply to students entering the ninth grade in the 2022-2023 school year.


S 182 INSURANCE APPROVED PROVIDER INFO   (Hickey, Martin E) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 182 relates to health insurance by requiring the Superintendent of Insurance to promulgate rules establishing a time frame for insurers to load information on approved providers into their provider payment systems and require insurers to reimburse approved providers if the insurers fail to load that information within forty-five days of receiving a complete credentialing application.


S 183 COUNTY HOSPITAL & PUBLIC SAFETY GRT   (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 183 relates to taxation by enacting the County Hospital and Public Safety Gross Receipts Tax.


S 184 EXEMPT POLICE OFFICERS FROM INCOME TAX   (Moores, Mark ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 184 (SB 184) exempts federal, state, and local police officers from income tax.


S 185 1-TIME UNM MEDICAL RESIDENT SALARY INCREASE   (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 185 making an appropriation to the Board of Regents of the University of New Mexico to provide a one-time salary increase to current graduate medical residents.


S 186 PAYMENT IN LIEU OF TAXES FOR REAL PROPERTY   (Woods, Pat ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 186 (SB 186) requires the state to make Payments in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) to political subdivisions when acquiring real property and makes an appropriation. The Department of Transportation is exempted from PILT requirements for purchases to be used as public roadways.


S 187 RETIREMENT SAVINGS FACILITATION TAX CREDIT   (Tallman, Bill ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 187 (SB 187) creates the Retirement Savings Facilitation Income Tax Credit. The bill clarifies language in the New Mexico Work and Save Act (act). SB 187 requires certain employers to register and enroll their employees in the New Mexico Work and Save Individual Retirement Account Program. SB 187 makes changes to the act to enable an auto-Individual Retirement Account partnership with other states. The bill makes an appropriation in the amount of $203,000 to the state treasurer.


S 188 HUNTER SAFETY TRAINING FOR FILM EMPLOYEES   (Pirtle, Cliff R. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 188 (SB 188) requires certain persons involved in filmmaking to complete hunter safety training.


S 189 PRETRIAL RELEASE REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION   (Lopez, Linda M. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 189 (SB 189) relates to pretrial release and establishes a rebuttable presumption for when a person is dangerous to another person or the community and no release conditions will protect the safety of the community. This bill has an emergency clause, to take effect immediately.


S 190 RURAL HOSPITAL SERVICES FUND   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 190 relates to rural hospitals by creating the Rural Hospital Services Fund and providing payments for losses incurred at newly constructed rural hospitals or rural hospitals that expand or provide new services and providing conditions and limitations. SB 190 makes an appropriation.


S 191 HOSPITALITY WORKFORCE PROGRAMS   (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 191 (SB 191) appropriates seventeen million five hundred thousand dollars ($17,500,000) from the Appropriation Contingency Fund to promote tourism and provide for hospitality workforce programs.


S 192 UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC PROGRAMS   (Diamond, Crystal ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 192 (SB 192) appropriates a total of three million dollars ($3, 000,000) to the University of New Mexico and NM State University for athletic programs.


S 193 TREASURER APPROVAL FOR CERTAIN PAYMENTS   (Munoz, George K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 193 (SB 193) requires prior approval of the state treasurer for payments of $150,000 and over. SB 193 appropriates $1 million to the state treasurer to carry out the bill’s provisions.


S 194 ADDITIONAL ENERGY ACTS DEFINITIONS   (Munoz, George K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 194 (SB 194) amends definitions in the Rural Electric Cooperative Act and the Renewable Energy Act.


S 195 STATEWIDE MEDIA LITERACY SCHOOL PROGRAM   (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 195 (SB 195) makes an appropriation to the Public Education Department for the expansion of a statewide media literacy program in public schools.


S 196 TERMINATION OF EMERGENCY ORDERS   (Baca, Gregory ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SB 196 relates to public health by enacting a new Section of the Emergency Powers Code and modifying the Public Health Emergency Response Act and creating a new Section of the Public Health Act and providing for automatic termination of a public health emergency order or a public health order that closes public places or limits gatherings and providing for renewal or amendment of a public health emergency order or a public health emergency order by the Legislature or by particular legislative leaders in certain circumstances. SB 196 also declares an emergency.


S 197 SEXUAL ASSAULT SERVICES PROGRAMS   (Hemphill, Siah Correa) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 197 (SB 197) makes an appropriation to the Crime Victims Reparation Commission for sexual assault services programs.


S 198 TRANSFER TRANSPORTATION REGULATION FROM PRC   (Neville, Steven P. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 198 (SB 198) relates to public service company regulation. SB 198 transfers responsibility for transportation regulation from the Public Regulation Commission to the Department of Transportation, including motor carrier regulation and enforcement, railroad safety enforcement and ambulance standards. SB 198 transferring personnel, functions, money, appropriations, other property and contractual obligations. SB 198 changes references in law. SB 198 eliminates from the Motor Carrier Act redundant permits for transportation of passengers or household goods pursuant to a contract. SB 198 removes outdated references in the Aviation Act and the Rural Air Service Enhancement Act. SB 198 repeals provisions relating to aviation common carriers and air traffic rules. SB 198 changes, repeals and enacts sections of the NMSA 1978.


S 199 NM WINERY WINE PRODUCTION   (Diamond, Crystal ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 199 (SB 199) makes an appropriation for the New Mexico Department of Agriculture to fund wine production by New Mexico wineries.


S 200 COUNTY REDISTRICTING TASK FORCE   (McKenna, Brenda Grace Agoyothé) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 200 (SB 200) appropriates two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($250,000) to the Secretary of State to convene a County Redistricting Task Force.


S 201 SCHOOL REPORTING ON USE OF FEDERAL FUNDS   (Diamond, Crystal ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 201 (SB 201) adds a new section of the Public School Finance Act to create reporting requirements for school districts and state-chartered charter schools related to the use of federal emergency relief funds and assigns duties to the Public Education Department.


S 202 COMPENSATION FOR CERTAIN PUBLIC OFFICIALS   (Campos, Pete ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 202 (SB 202) increases compensation for certain public officials.


S 204 CONSTRUCT HIGH-SPEED RAILROAD   (Soules, William ) Current Location: STBTC View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 204 (SB 204) appropriates one billion dollars ($1,000,000,000) dollars to construct a high-speed passenger railroad in New Mexico.


S 204 CONSTRUCT HIGH-SPEED RAILROAD   (Soules, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 203 (SB 203) appropriates five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) dollars for the Department of Transportation to study the feasibility of constructing a high-speed passenger railroad in New Mexico.


S 205 CIVIL RIGHTS ACT EXEMPTIONS   (Griggs, Ron ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 205 (SB 205) exempts volunteer fire departments and volunteer emergency medical technicians from the definition of “public body” in the New Mexico Civil Rights Act.


S 206 TRIBAL GAMING COMPACT REVENUE-SHARING   (Munoz, George K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 206 (SB 206 ) relates to tribal gaming. SB 206 sets requirements for the termination of obligations pursuant to revenue-sharing agreements in future state-tribal gaming compacts.


S 207 LIQUOR TAX DISTRIBUTION TO COUNTIES   (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 207 (SB 207) distributes a portion of the Liquor Excise Tax to counties for alcohol and substance abuse prevention and treatment and makes an appropriation.


S 208 CONVERSION OF IPRA RECORD FORMATS   (Cervantes, Joseph ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 208 (SB 208) amends the Inspection of Public Records Act to permit a custodian of public records to convert an electronic record to an open format.


S 209 NORTHERN NM YOUTH MEDIA PROGRAMS   (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 209 (SB 209) makes an appropriation to the Public Education Department to contract with an organization to provide youth media education programming for students in northern New Mexico.


S 210 EDUCATION FREEDOM ACCOUNT ACT   (Brandt, Craig ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 210 (SB 210) adds new sections of Public School code to create the Education Freedom Account Act and provides power and duties related to the Act. SB 210 creates Education Freedom Accounts and specifies allowable uses for the funds. SB 210 provides procedures and application requirements for parents and education service providers. Creates a review commission. Requires an annual report.


S 211 DONA ANA 1-STOP FAMILY CENTER   (Soules, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 211 (SB 211) makes an appropriation to the Children, Youth and Families Department for the creation of a one-stop family center in Dona Ana County that provides social services related to food, housing, health care, transportation, parental support, education and mentoring.


S 212 CAPITAL OUTLAY PROJECTS   (Rodriguez, Nancy ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 212 (SB 212) authorizes conditions and issue of Severance Tax Bonds for capital projects in the amount of $287,251,821. SB 212 also authorizes expenditures from other state funds and balances in the amount of $111,426,500, makes appropriations, and declares an emergency. Projects authorized total $398,678,321.


S 213 CAPITAL PROJECT REAUTHORIZATIONS   (Rodriguez, Nancy ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 213 (SB 213) makes changes to prior year Severance Tax Bonds projects including reauthorizing, reappropriating, expanding or changing projects, extending project periods, and changing agencies. SB 213 declares an emergency.


S 214 K-5 PLUS INSTRUCTIONAL LEARNING CALCULATION   (O'Neill, Bill B. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 214 (SB 214) amends Public Schools code to specs how instructional time is calculated for K-5 Plus and Extended Learning Time Programs.


S 215 2022 NONREFUNDABLE TAX CREDIT   (Sharer, William E. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 215 (SB 215) provides a one-time, non-refundable personal income tax credit between $300 and $600 depending on filing status for 2022.


S 216 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 217 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 218 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 219 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Soules, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 220 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Soules, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 221 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Soules, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 222 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Munoz, George K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 223 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Munoz, George K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 224 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Munoz, George K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 225 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

The Senate Health and Public Affairs Committee Substitute for SB 225 (SHPAC/cs SB 225) makes available to law enforcement the GPS data regarding certain defendants who are on pretrial release. This bill has an emergency clause, to take effect immediately.


S 226 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 227 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 228 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Pinto, Shannon ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 229 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Pinto, Shannon ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 230 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Pinto, Shannon ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 231 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Cervantes, Joseph ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Amended Synopsis February 15, 2022 SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231: Senate Joint Committee, committee substitute two to Senate Joint Committee, committee substitute one for Senate Bill 231 relates to the public peace, health, safety and welfare. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 enhances death benefits for peace officers, New Mexico Mounted Patrol members and reserve police officers. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 changes distributions from the Law Enforcement Protection Fund. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 expands the distribution of the Law Enforcement Protection Fund to the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 expands the purposes for which a Crime Reduction Grant may be made. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 creates additional judgeships in the second, fifth and thirteenth judicial districts. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 creates the Law Enforcement Retention Fund. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 provides a retention differential disbursement to certain law enforcement officers. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 provides reporting requirements. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 requires the Department of Finance and Administration to establish a program to distribute funds to local law enforcement agencies. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 creates a Law Enforcement Officer Database. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 creates the Law Enforcement Certification Board. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 creates the New Mexico Law Enforcement Standards and Training Council. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 increases the statute of limitations for second-degree murder. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 makes a threat of a shooting unlawful. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 clarifies exceptions for unlawful possession of a handgun by a person. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 clarifies the penalty for receipt, transportation or possession of a firearm or destructive device by a serious violent felon. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 adds penalties for aggravated fleeing a law enforcement officer. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 makes available global positioning system data on defendants on pretrial release. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 clarifies noncapital felony sentencing provisions. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 provides for a sentencing enhancement when a firearm is used during the commission of a drug transaction or serious violent offense. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 clarifies that a firearm used during the commission of a drug transaction or serious violent offense may be seized. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 requires law enforcement agencies to consult information in the law enforcement officer database when making employment decisions. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 enacts the Violence Intervention Program Act. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 creates the Violence Intervention Program Fund. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 establishes application and reporting requirements. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 creates the crime of threatening a judge or immediate family member of a judge. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 creates the crime of malicious sharing of personal information of a judge or an immediate family member of a judge. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 creates the crime of operating a chop shop. SJCcs2/SJCcs1/SB 231 provides penalties. CS Synopsis February 11, 2022 SJCcs1/SB 231: The Senate Judiciary Committee, committee substitute one for Senate Bill 231 relates to the public peace, health, safety and welfare. SJCcs1/SB 231 creates a law enforcement officer database. SJCcs1/SB 231 enhances death benefits for peace officers, New Mexico Mounted Patrol Members and reserve police officers. SJCcs1/SB 231 changes distributions from the Law Enforcement Protection Fund. SJCcs1/SB 231 creates the Law Enforcement Certification Board. SJCcs1/SB 231 expands the distribution of the Law Enforcement Protection Fund to the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy. SJCcs1/SB 231 expands the purposes for which a Crime Reduction Grant may be made. SJCcs1/SB 231 creates additional judgeships in the second, fifth and thirteenth judicial districts. SJCcs1/SB 231 creates the Law Enforcement Retention Fund. SJCcs1/SB 231 provides a retention differential disbursement to certain law enforcement officers. SJCcs1/SB 231 provides reporting requirements. SJCcs1/SB 231 enacts the Violence Intervention Program Act. SJCcs1/SB 231 creates the Violence Intervention Program Fund. SJCcs1/SB 231 establishes application and reporting requirements. SJCcs1/SB 231 makes an appropriation.


S 232 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Cervantes, Joseph ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 233 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Cervantes, Joseph ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 234 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Ivey-Soto, Daniel A) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 235 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Ivey-Soto, Daniel A) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 236 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Ivey-Soto, Daniel A) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 237 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Shendo, Benny ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 238 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Shendo, Benny ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 239 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Shendo, Benny ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 240 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Stewart, Mimi ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 241 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Stewart, Mimi ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 242 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Duhigg, Katy ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

The Senate Judiciary Committee Substitute for Senate Bill 242 (CS/SB 242 (SJC)) enacts pretrial detention release minimum standards.


S 243 FAMILY INCOME INDEX DISTRIBUTION USES   (Stewart, Mimi ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Bill 243 (SB 243) amends Public School Finance to provide flexibility for uses of family income index distributions.


S 244 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Wirth, Peter ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 245 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Wirth, Peter ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 246 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Wirth, Peter ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 247 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Lopez, Linda M. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 248 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Lopez, Linda M. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 249 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Lopez, Linda M. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 250 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Baca, Gregory ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 251 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Baca, Gregory ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 252 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Woods, Pat ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 253 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Brandt, Craig ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 254 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Brandt, Craig ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


S 255 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE   (Baca, Gregory ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill


SJM 1 NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE BANK   (Tallman, Bill ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Joint Memorial 1 (SMJ 1) urges Congress to pass the National Infrastructure Bank Act of 2021 so that a national infrastructure bank is created for the financing of infrastructure projects.


SJM 2 NATIONAL BIODIVERSITY STRATEGY   (Stewart, Mimi ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Joint Memorial 2 (SJM 2) requests the federal government to establish a National Biodiversity Strategy with the support of Congress, federal agencies and state, local and tribal governments. It requests all parties to support the National Biodiversity Strategy and take actions to protect species and habitats and help forestall the loss of biodiversity.


SJM 3 EVALUATE SANTOLINA DEVELOPMENT   (Lopez, Linda M. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

SJM3 request the University of New Mexico Bureau of Business and Economic Research to evaluate the fiscal impact of the proposes Santolina Development in Bernalillo County and provide reports to various interim legislative committees.


SJR 1 NONPARTISAN OPEN PRIMARY ELECTIONS, CA   (Tallman, Bill ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Joint Resolution 1 (SJR 1) proposes to amend Article 5, Section 2 and Article 7, Section 5 of the constitution to require primary elections for statewide offices, legislative offices and United States congressional offices to be nonpartisan open primary elections and to require instant runoffs to be used for general elections for these offices.


SJR 2 ENVIRONMENTAL RIGHTS, CA   (Sedillo-Lopez, Antoinette ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Joint Resolution 2 (SJR 2) proposes to amend the NM Constitution by adding a new section to Article 2 that provides the people of the state with environmental rights and directs the state to protect environmental resources for the benefit of all the people. It repeals the current pollution control provisions of Article 20, Section 21 of the NM Constitution.


SJR 3 APPOINTED APPELLATE JUDGE REQUIREMENTS, CA   (Cervantes, Joseph ) Current Location: PCA View Analysis View Bill

Senate Joint Resolution 3 (SJR 3) proposes to amend Article 6, Section 35 of the constitution to provide that an appointed appellate judge must serve at least one year before a general election is held for that position.


SJR 4 PRIMARY ELECTION CHANGES, CA   (Tallman, Bill ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Joint Resolution 4 (SJR 4) proposes to amend Article 7 of the NM Constitution to allow voters who have not selected a party affiliation to vote in the primary election of a political party. It provides political parties the option of allowing only party members to participate in the party's nomination process as long as that the party pays the costs of that process.


SJR 5 RUNOFF ELECTIONS, CA   (Pope, Harold James) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Joint Resolution 5 (SJR 5) amends Article 5, Section 2 and Article 7, Section 5 of the NM Constitution to allow the legislature to provide by law for runoff elections for primary and statewide elections.


SJR 6 ELECTIONS FOR CERTAIN JUDGES, CA   (Brandt, Craig ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Joint Resolution 6 (SJR 6) proposes to amend Article 6, Section 33 of the constitution to require nonpartisan elections for judges on the Supreme Court, Appellate Court, District Court and Metropolitan Court.


SJR 7 USE OF STATE FUNDS FOR HOUSEHOLD SVCS., CA   (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Joint Resolution 7 (SJR 7) proposes to amend Article 9, Section 14 of the NM Constitution to permit, under certain conditions, the state to expend state funds for the purpose of providing essential household services to individual households or communities, disaster relief to individuals, businesses and nonprofit organizations, and for advancing community well-being.


SJR 8 SALARIES FOR PUBLIC OFFICIALS, CA   (Ivey-Soto, Daniel A) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Joint Resolution 8 (SJR 8) proposes to amend of the NM Constitution to provide to the State Ethics Commission the sole authority to review and establish salaries every two years for all elected state officers and to remove existing legislative authority to set certain state elective officer salaries


SJR 9 COUNTIES LEAVING NM OR AS NEW STATE, CA   (Pirtle, Cliff R. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Joint Resolution 9 (SJR 9) proposes an amendment to Article 1 of the NM Constitution to establish procedures to allow counties to petition the legislature and Congress to form a new state or join an adjoining state.


SJR 10 EXTEND DOWNS AT ABQ LEASE   (Stewart, Mimi ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

Synopsis: Senate Joint Resolution 10 (SJR 10) proposes to extend the lease for the Downs at Albuquerque, Incorporated.


SJR 11 LIMIT CERTAIN APPROPRIATIONS, CA   (Pirtle, Cliff R. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

: Senate Joint Resolution 11 (SJR 11) amends Article 4 of the NM Constitution to limit the legislature's ability to increase general fund appropriations for the operations of state government and to require a three-fourths' vote of each house to increase appropriations above the limitation.


SJR 12 STATE REDISTRICTING COMMISSION, CA   (Moores, Mark ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Joint Resolution 12 (SJR 12) proposes to amend Articles 4 and 20 of the NM Constitution to provide for the creation of a state redistricting commission to develop redistricting plans for congressional, state and local offices


SJR 13 VOTE FOR CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS, CA   (Pirtle, Cliff R. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Joint Resolution 13 (SJR 13) amends Article 19, Section 1 of the NM Constitution to require the approval of two-thirds of the members of each house of the legislature for passage of any proposed amendment to the constitution


SJR 14 USE OF SCHOOL FUNDS, CA   (Brandt, Craig ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Joint Resolution 14 (SJR 14) proposes to amend the constitution of New Mexico to allow the use of funds that are appropriated, levied or collected for education purposes to be used for the support of private, nonresidential elementary and secondary schools.


SJR 15 CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION   (Pirtle, Cliff R. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Joint Resolution 15 (SJR 15) requests the US Congress to call a convention, upon the application of two-thirds of the states, for the limited purpose of proposing amendments to the US Constitution to limit the size, scope and jurisdiction of the federal government, impose fiscal restraints on the federal government and create term limits for members of congress.


SJR 16 OFFICE HOLDERS MUST BE 18 OR OLDER, CA   (Pirtle, Cliff R. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Joint Resolution 16 (SJR 16) amends Article 7, Section 2 of the NM Constitution to require a person to be at least eighteen years of age to hold an elective public office, except as otherwise provided in the state constitution.


SM 1 PAID FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE TASK FORCE   (Stewart, Mimi ) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 1 (SM 1) calls for a task force to be convened by the Workforce Solutions Department to recommend legislation for paid family and medical leave, including the establishment of a paid family and medical leave trust fund.


SM 2 INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR AGRITOURISM   (Diamond, Crystal ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 2 (SM 2) relates to liability insurance for agritourism activities such as “u-pick” harvesting, petting zoos and corn mazes, and asks several state agencies to become involved in studying ways to make such insurance more affordable.


SM 3 "AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION DAY"   (Shendo, Benny ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 3 (SM 3) seeks to have January 25, 2022, declared Agriculture Education Day in the Senate to recognize the role agriculture, food and nutrition play in the lives of New Mexicans. It further asks that the Public Education Department be requested to study how to incorporate curriculum related to agriculture, food and nutrition into K-12 schools.


SM 4 NM NATIONAL BOARD CERTIFIED TEACHER DAY   (Jaramillo, Leo ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 4 (SM 4) calls for January 31, 2022, to be declared “New Mexico National Board Certified Teachers Recognition Day” to honor the 1,380 teachers in the state who have become board-certified since 1995.


SM 5 "FOURTH TRIMESTER CARE DAY"   (Hemphill, Siah Correa) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 5 (SM 5) asks that the Governor declare September 23, 2002, “Fourth Trimester Care Day” in New Mexico to recognize that the first three months after a baby is born should be known as the “fourth trimester" and that mothers during this period need some care that could be provided by physical therapists.


SM 6 STUDY UNIFIED JAIL & PRISON SYSTEM   (Neville, Steven P. ) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 6 (SM 6) calls for a task force to be convened by the New Mexico Association of Counties to study the feasibility of transitioning individual county detention centers to a unified jail and prison system.


SM 7 MILITARY SPOUSE LICENSE RECIPROCITY   (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 7 (SM 7) reaffirms support for reciprocity of professional and occupational licensure for the spouses of military members and asks that rules be adopted to allow similar licensure reciprocity for military spouses who are attorneys.


SM 8 CERTIFIED ANESTHESIOLOGIST ASSISTANTS WEEK   (Hickey, Martin E) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 8 (SM 8) asks the Governor to declare June 6-12, 2022, “Certified Anesthesiologist Assistants Week.”


SM 9 CENTER FOR SPECIAL HEALTH CARE NEEDS   (Schmedes, Gregg William) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 9 (SM 9) asks the Department of Health to study the feasibility of creating a center for complex healthcare needs in New Mexico.


SM 10 STUDY STATE-LEVEL PUBLIC UTILITY MODEL   (Hamblen, Carrie ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 10 (SM 10) asks two government bodies to study a public utility model for New Mexico.


SM 11 RESTORATION OF ROUTE 66 MUSICAL HWY   (Schmedes, Gregg William) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 11 (SM 11) asks that the state Department of Transportation consider restoring the Route 66 Musical Highway.


SM 12 YAZZIE LAWSUIT PLAN & REPORTING   (Lopez, Linda M. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 12 (SM 12) requests the Public Education Department, in consultation with the Plaintiffs, to develop a comprehensive education plan to address the four student groups deemed at risk in the consolidated Yazzie/Martinez v. State of New Mexico court decision and order. It requests the Public Education Department to provide the legislature with an annual report on the implementation of the comprehensive education plan and compliance with the NM Constitution to provide at-risk children with a uniform and sufficient education.


SM 13 LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING STUDY   (Jaramillo, Leo ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 13 (SM 13) asks that a study be conducted to look at gaps in law enforcement and first responder training when it comes to culturally and socially relevant responses to emergency situations.


SM 14 STUDY USE OF PESTICIDES IN SCHOOLS   (McKenna, Brenda Grace Agoyothé) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 14 (SM 14) asks that a task force be established to study the use of pesticides in New Mexico’s public schools.


SM 15 STUDY REDISTRICTING PROCESS   (McKenna, Brenda Grace Agoyothé) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 15 (SM 15) requests the University of New Mexico to convene a County Redistricting Task Force to study and develop recommended procedures for the redistricting process for New Mexico counties following the 2030 census.


SM 16 STRENGTHEN RELATIONS WITH TAIWAN   (Soules, William ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 16 (SM 16) relates to support for Taiwan.


SM 17 ROBERTO V. ESTRADA, IN HONOR   (Steinborn, Jeff ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 17 (SM 17) honors Roberto V. Estrada, the founder of La Bonita Mexican Food Products, who died on August 28, 2021.


SM 18 MISSING & MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMEN   (Pinto, Shannon ) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 18 (SM 18) honors the families of indigenous women who are missing or who have been murdered and pledges continued support to address violence against indigenous women.


SM 19 "NM STATE FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION DAY"   (Griggs, Ron ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 19 (SM 19) declares February 15, 2022, as “New Mexcio State Firefighters Association Day” in the House of Representatives to celebrate the organization’s 100 years of service.


SM 20 CHILDREN'S CODE REFORM TASK FORCE   (Lopez, Linda M. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 20 (SM 20) asks that the state Supreme Court’s Children’s Court Improvement Commission consider establishing a task force to reform the New Mexico Children’s Code.


SM 21 HECHO & PUBLIC LANDS CONSERVATION COUNCIL   (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 21 (SM 21) supports creation of a Public Lands Conservation Leadership Council of Hispanic leaders to elevate the role Hispanic culture and perspective should play in advancing public land and water conservation.


SM 22 "FOURTH TRIMESTER CARE DAY"   (Hemphill, Siah Correa) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 22 (SM 22) declares February 14, 2022, “Fourth Trimester Care Day” in New Mexico to recognize that the first three months after a baby is born should be known as the “fourth trimester.”


SM 23 "MISSING & UNIDENTIFIED PERSONS DAY"   (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 23 (SM 23) declares February 15, 2022, “Missing and Unidentified Persons Day” in the state Senate.


SM 24 "NM FOOD & FARMS DAY"   (Campos, Pete ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 24 (SM 24) recognizes community food and farm efforts that seek to end hunger by declaring February 8, 2022, “New Mexico Food and Farms Day” in the state Senate.


SM 25 EXAMINE STATE OF GAMING IN NM   (Brandt, Craig ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 25 (SM 25) asks that four legislative entities study gaming in New Mexico to make the industry competitive with that in other states, attractive to tourists and sustainable.


SM 26 STUDY LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE   (Kernan, Gay G. ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 26 (SM 26) asks that a study of long-term care insurance be undertaken by the Office of the Superintendent of Insurance.


SM 27 NM COMMITMENT TO CHACO CANYON LANDSCAPE   (Shendo, Benny ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 27 (SM 27) seeks to affirm the state’s commitment to addressing cultural, environmental and health impacts in the “greater Chaco Canyon landscape.”


SM 28 "PERA DAY"   (Munoz, George K) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 28 (SM 28) asks the Governor to declare August 1, 2022, “Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) Day” to celebrate the association’s 75th anniversary.


SM 29 LANL CONTRIBUTION DURING PANDEMIC   (Jaramillo, Leo ) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 29 (SM 29) recognizes Los Alamos National Laboratory for its response to and contributions during the Coronavirus pandemic.


SM 30 RESEARCH SCHOOL ADMIN EXPENDITURES   (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 30 (SM 30) relates to administrative expenses in school districts and seeks proposed legislation to curb the growth of suchexpenditures.


SM 31 STUDY FLAT SCHOOL BOARD PER DIEM   (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 31 (SM 31) relates to the per diem rate for school board members and proposes a new flat rate be studied.


SM 32 JACOB TORRES, IN RECOGNITION   (Jaramillo, Leo ) Current Location: API View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 32 (SM 32) recognizes Jacob Torres for his efforts to take chile from New Mexico into space and other planets.


SM 33 LENORE M. NARANJO, IN RECOGNITION   (Wirth, Peter ) Current Location: PASS View Analysis View Bill

Senate Memorial 33 (SM 33) recognizes longtime Senate Chief Clerk Lenore Naranjo for her service to the Legislature.


SR 1 SENATE RULE CHANGES   (Ivey-Soto, Daniel A) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill

Senate Resolution 1 (SR 1) creates and amends the senate rules for any session of the fifty-fifth legislature held in 2022.