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League of Women Voters Positions on New Mexico Legislation 2020 Session


Bills the LWVNM opposes are italicised.
Some listings are not the bill name but a description of what the bill does.
The bills on this sheet are labeled A (top priority) B (secondary priority) There will be a separate C category that will be listed separately, but not tracked.

Using the nmlegis.org website: To see a complete list of all the bills this session, go to the Legislation List and click Go. For schedules, go to What's Happening where you can click on the HTML versions of Senate, House and committee calendars. You can watch committee hearings while they're taking place via Webcast.

Last updated: Jan 12, 2020.

Bill Legislation Name/Description Sponsor Date* Status
Top Priority Legislation - A
HB16 Paid Family & Medical Leave Chandler
HB83 Appropriation to start Early Childhood Permanent Fund D. Gallegos
HB94 Publication of Capital Outlay Authorizations McQueen
HJR1 Permanent Fund for Eary Childhood Maestas/Martinez
HM 8 Redistricting Task Force Ely
HM1 Centennial of 19th Amendment – heard on Feb. 6th Chasey
HM4 Centennial of LWV – heard on February 6th Ferray
SB Redistricting Act Stefanics
SB29 Solar Market Development Tax Credit Stewart
SB23 Publication of Capital Outlay Authorizations Tallman
SJR4 Convention of States - Oppose Gould
SM4 Centennial of LWV – heard on Feb. 6th Rodriguez
SM7 Centennial of 19th amendment – heard on Feb 6th Stefanics
Secondary Priority – B
HB99 Renewable Energy Investment Policy Funding J. Sanchez
HB100 Health Insurance Exchange Act Changes D. Armstrog
HM9 Renewable Energy Investment Strategic Plan J. Sanchez
SB38 Create Commission on Equity in Education Stewart
SB87 Increasing the Working Families Tax Credit Ortiz y Pino
SJR5 Legislative Trem Limits – Oppose Griggs
SM9 All Payer Global Hospital Budget Task Force Ortiz y Pino
CAN WE SUPPORT?

* Date of Committee meeting or floor vote; CA - Constitutional amendment; (a) amended; CS = committee substitute;

HAFC - House Appropriations & Finance; HAWC - House Agriculture, Water & Wildlife; HAWR - Agriculture, Water Resources; HBEC - House Business & Employment; HBIC - House Business & Industry; HCAL - House Calendar (for a vote); HCPA - Consumer & Public Affairs; HEC - House Education Committee; HEENR - House Energy, Environment & Natural Resources; HGEI - House Gov't, Elections & Indian Affairs; HHC - House Health; HHHS - House Health and Human Services; HJC - House Judiciary; HLED - House Labor & Economic Development; HLEL - House Local Government, Elections, Land Grants & Cultural Affairs; HLELC - House Local Government, Elections, Land Grants & Cultural Affairs; HR - House Rules; HRC - House Rules & Order of Business Committee; HRPA - House Regulatory & Public Affairs; HSCA - House Safety & Civil Affairs; HSIV - House State Gov't, Indian & Veteran Affairs; HTPC - House Transportation, Public Works & Capital Improvements; HTPW - House Transportation & Public Works; HTR - House Tax & Revenue; HWMC - House Ways & Means; SAIC - Senate Indian and Cultural Affairs; SCAL - Senate Calendar (for vote); SCC - Senate Committee on Committees; SCON - Senate Conservation; SCOR - Senate Corporations & Transportation; SEC - Senate Education Committee; SFC - Senate Finance Committee; SJC - Senate Judiciary Committee; SPAC - Senate Public Affairs; SRC - Senate Rules Committee;
HCAL - House Calendar (for a vote); P - House - Passed House; L - House - Lost in House; H - con - , House Concurrence; SCAL - Senate Calendar for a vote; P - Senate - Passed Senate; L - Senate - Lost in Senate; Gov - On Gov. desk; Law - Signed by the Governor; P-veto - Pocket veto; signed - Memorials do not require the Governor's signature;