Bill Tracker – Economic Incentives

Economic incentives: Invest in job creation that benefits New Mexico.  Incentives should be offered only when proper analysis shows economic benefit to the state and includes detailed, strict and enforceable claw…

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Bill Tracker – Workforce Development

Workforce development: A good education is the first step in developing a quality workforce. Our educational system should be modeled after successful states. We must provide a quality education (including technical…

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Bill Tracker – Employment Laws

Employment laws: Free market, private sector competition – not one size fits all government mandated employer/employee relations. We need fair employment laws that recognize the uniqueness of our businesses and employees. Free market…

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Bill Tracker – Permanent Fund

Permanent Fund: Permanent Fund depletion will hurt the future of New Mexico’s children. The Land Grant Permanent Fund (LGPF) is New Mexico’s education endowment fund.  The current 5% allocation rate provides…

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Bill Tracker – Regulatory Burdens

Regulatory burdens: Reduce the impact of unnecessary regulation and watch New Mexico flourish. While sound regulation is necessary, we must ensure it is not an unnecessary impediment to business creation and…

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Bill Tracker – Energy

Energy:  Bio-balance where peoples’ lives matter. NM needs responsible laws that do not excessively limit any industry from producing valuable energy, jobs, or resources while assuring the protection of our land,…

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Bill Tracker – Manufacturing

Manufacturing: NMBC, the state affiliate for the National Association of Manufacturing (NAM), is seeking to expand manufacturing in New Mexico. To encourage business growth, we should focus on necessary policies and…

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Bill Tracker – Public Safety

Public Safety: Safety breeds prosperity. New Mexico’s criminal code and judicial system must be strengthened to: a) Stop ‘catch and release’; and b) Increase enforcement of existing laws. Until New Mexico is…

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