Governor signs paid sick leave bill

The Governor continues her slow roll of signing off on bills passed during the Legislative Session. On Thursday Governor Lujan Grisham signed 10 bills into law including the very contentious…

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2021 Legislative Session Wrap Up
em123020a/legislature/Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Roundhouse will be closed to the public during the 2021 Legislative Session. Photo shot Wednesday December 30, 2020. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

2021 Legislative Session Wrap Up

The Legislative Session has concluded after a 60 day marathon of new and recycled bills, impassioned testimonies, committee meetings and vigorous debate. Lawmakers submitted over 900 pieces of legislation for…

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How your Congressional Delegates voted
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How your Congressional Delegates voted

For the week ending March 19th REMOVING ERA DEADLINE: Voting 222 for and 204 against, the House on March 17 adopted a resolution (HJ Res 17) that would remove June…

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NM needs fair, balanced voting districts

Every decade, after the full U.S. census, voting districts must be readjusted to better reflect the changing populations of the voting public. Unfortunately, because redistricting has the potential to skew…

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How your Congressional Delegates voted
The United States Capitol Building, the seat of Congress, on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

How your Congressional Delegates voted

For the week ending March 5thEXPANDING VOTING RIGHTS, REFORMING CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Voting 220 for and 210 against, the House on March 3 passed a bill (HR 1) designed to broadly…

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Legislative Session Update 3/2/2021

An excellent win for New Mexico: HB 148 Unemployment Contribution Rate Change, Rep. Chandler, was tabled Monday on a 16-3 vote in House Appropriations! This anti-business bill would cause unemployment tax rates to…

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How Your Congressional Delegates Voted
The United States Capitol Building, the seat of Congress, on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

How Your Congressional Delegates Voted

For the week ending February 27th OUTLAWING DISCRIMINATION BASED ON SEXUAL ORIENTATION: Voting 224 for and 206 against, the House on Feb. 25 passed a bill (HR 5) that would…

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