Author Archives: NMHouse2015

01 Jun
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Rep. Dow Announces WNMU to Reinstate Classes in T or C

Rep. Rebecca Dow helps negotiate new agreement between the university and the city to keep WNMU at the Gardner Learning Center. Truth or Consequences, NM – Thanks to quick action by Rep. Rebecca Dow (R-Grant, Hidalgo and Sierra) in convening ...

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25 May
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House Democrats Kill Tax Reform for New Mexico

Santa Fe, NM – Today House Democrats on the Labor and Economic Development Committee voted to kill House Bill 8, a bill introduced by Rep. Jason Harper (R-Sandoval) to reform New Mexico’s tax code. Harper’s bill would have overhauled the ...

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24 May
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Rep. Harper’s Tax Reform Bill

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20 May
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Capital outlay hiatus needed to help New Mexico

By Rep. Kelly Fajardo (R-Valencia) Next week, legislators will convene in Santa Fe to negotiate a budget for state government operations. Policymakers will need to make tough choices to make sure the state is able to provide essential services while ...

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19 May
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Time for legislators to put skin in the state’s budget game

By Rep. Jim Dines (R-Bernalillo) and Rep. Paul Bandy (R-San Juan) Being a New Mexico Legislator is a demanding job, but it’s not without its benefits. Probably the most valuable perk we are offered as elected representatives is the Legislative ...

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16 May
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House Republicans Release Budget Plan for NM

Santa Fe, NM – Today, the House Republican Caucus announced their budget plan for fiscal year 2018 in advance of next week’s special legislative session in Santa Fe. The Republican plan would meet the funding needs of state government operations ...

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09 May
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New Mexico House and Senate Republicans File a Motion and Amicus Brief with Supreme Court

Republicans argue the Supreme Court could void constitutional protections for the Minority Party Santa Fe- Today, House and Senate Republicans filed a motion and amicus brief with the New Mexico Supreme Court in response to the Legislative Council Service’s lawsuit ...

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09 May
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New Mexico House and Senate Republicans File a Motion and Amicus Brief with Supreme Court

Republicans argue the Supreme Court could void constitutional protections for the Minority Party Santa Fe- Today, House and Senate Republicans filed a motion and amicus brief with the New Mexico Supreme Court in response to the Legislative Council Service’s lawsuit ...

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19 Mar
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House Sends Electronic Communication Privacy Act to Governor

Santa Fe, NM – This week, the House of Representatives unanimously approved Senate Bill 61, a bill to enhance privacy protections for the personal electronic information of New Mexicans. The bill is sponsored by Rep. Jim Dines (R-Bernalillo) and Sen. Peter ...

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18 Mar
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Workers’ Comp Fix Heads to Gov. Martinez

  Santa Fe, NM – Last night, by a vote of 42 to 24, the House of Representatives approved the conference committee report for Senate Bill 155, legislation to clarify ambiguities in New Mexico’s workers’ compensation law. The bill now ...

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