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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Legislative Session Update 3/17/2021

HB 148 Unemployment Contribution Rate Change, Rep. Chandler, was tabled in House Appropriations. This was a great win for New Mexico Businesses. This bill was the latest attempt to place the responsibility…

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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 12 PROTECTING LABOR’S RIGHT TO ORGANIZE: Voting 225 for and 206 against, the House on March 9 passed a bill (HR 842) that would protect…

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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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Bill to limit Governor’s powers advances in Senate
em070920f/a/Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham shows her face mask with "Governor" and St. Michael's High School emblem on it. This was before giving her weekly update on the COVID-19 outbreak in New Mexico and the state effort to control it. The news conference is being held at the Roundhouse in Santa Fe, Thursday July 9, 2020. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

Bill to limit Governor’s powers advances in Senate

Senate Bill 74, sponsored by Senate Minority Leader Greg Baca, seeks to limit the Governor's authority to issue public health emergencies and the lockdowns or business closures that have become…

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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 5th REMOVING CONGRESSWOMAN FROM COMMITTEES: Voting 230 for and 198 against, the House on Feb. 4 took away the committee assignments of Marjorie Taylor Greene,…

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2021 Legislative Heroes and Zeroes

Every year during the Legislative Session NMBC has carried on a practice of  identifying "Legislative Heroes and Zeroes." While NMBC does not label individuals or lawmakers as “Zeroes,” we won't…

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