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Date State Bill No. Bill Title Outcome
April 6, 1995 NM HB 786 Establishes New Licensing Categories and Expands the Current Board Membership Under the Counseling and Therapy Practice Act Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM SB 735 Establishes Exemptions for Paraproffessional Counselors Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM HB 357 Amends Powers for County Boards of Finance Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM HB 954 Requires the State Personnel Board to Enact Rules and Regulations Regarding Family Leave Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM HB 425 Establishes Regulation of Occupational Therapy Services Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM SB 459 Authorizes Creation of Rules for Psychiatry Membership Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM HB 1094 Amends Existing Statute Regarding Certain Prohibitions of Transactions With State Educational Institutions and Branch Community Colleges Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM HB 1109 Enacts the Investment in University Excellence Act Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM SB 1025 Exempts Certain Hypnotherapists from the Psychologist Act and the Conseling and Therapy Practice Act Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM HB 716 Establishes State Question of New Mexico Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM HB 1135 Establishes an Exemption for Parents or Guardians to Serve Alcohol to their Minor Children on thier own Real Property Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM HB 1172 Related to Educational Technology Tax Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM HB 440 Amends the Voting Mechanism and Board Structure for Two Land Grants Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM SB 986 Authorizes Collection of Property Taxes to Build Hospitals Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM HB 735 Relating to Speech and Hearing Practices Licensing Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM SB 61 Permits Authorized Representatives of Municipalities to Access Certain Tax Data Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM HB 875 Amends the Professional Psychologist Act Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM HB 909 Establishes a Formula for Local DWI Grant Funds Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM SB 611 Expands Administrative Office of Courts over Magistrate Courts Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM HB 927 Requires a Comprehensive Evaluation of the School Funding Formula and Establishes a 7 Member Advisory Committee Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM SB 154 Amends Provisions for Registration of Vehicles Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM SB 653 Repeals Statutory Rules Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM HB 907 Establishes 12-Member Public School Transportation Task Force Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM SB 888 Requires Servers to Complete Alcohol Server Training Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM HB 900 Establishes Joint Interim Committee on Science, Technology, Energy, and Defense Conversion Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM HB 549 Establishes Fourth Degree Felony of Knowingly Carrying a Loaded Firearm Into a Licensed Health Care Facility Vetoed - Executive
April 6, 1995 NM HB 318 Increases Workers' Compensation Benefits Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM SB 1188 Establishes License Plate for Artwork of NM Livestock Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 28 Establishes Formula for Distributing the DWI Grant Fund Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 30 Reduces "Good Time" Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 32 Limits Proprety Taxes Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 55 Permits Directors of Non-Profit Corporations to Appoint Directors Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 56 Establishes Rental Fees for Suite Buildings Occupied by State Agencies Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 83 Permits an Individual with Bioptic Telescopic Lenses to Obtain an Drivers License Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 104 Requires Gasoline Retailers to Post a Schedule of State and Federal Taxes Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 134 Establishes Additional Magistrate Judgeship in Quay County Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 166 Authorizes Comission for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Persons to Maintain Registry of Deaf Interpreters Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 211 Establishes a Corrections Population Control Commission Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 227 Requires Human Services Department to ensure Medicaid Program Operates Efficiently Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 229 Permits Human Service Department to Increase Medicaid Reimbursement Payments in Areas that are Medically Underserved Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 234 Establishes Health Policy Commission Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 270 Amends Acequia and Ditch Officer Voting Procedures Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 291 Permits the Commission for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Persons to Develop Services and Charge Fees for Interpreter Rental Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 306 Establishes Adult Services Interagency Council Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 333 Requires State Highway and Transportation Department to Include Provisions Regarding Completion Dates Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 417 Expands the DWI Grant Council Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 419 Expands Limited Drivers License Requirements for First Time DWI Offenders Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 426 Establishes a New Mexico Commemorative Women's Suffrage Diamond Jubilee Commission Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 428 Requires 1 Member of the Construction Industries Commission and 1 Member of the Board of Examiners for Architects to be Physically Challenged Vetoed - Executive
April 5, 1995 NM HB 453 Establishes a Joint Interim Legislative Water Law Committee Vetoed - Executive
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