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Senate Schedule of Committe Hearings Tuesday, February 26, 2013

STATE OF NEW MEXICO

FIFTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE

FIRST SESSION, 2013

SENATE SCHEDULE OF COMMITTEE HEARINGS

February 26, 2013

 

 

FINANCE COMMITTEE – Senator John Arthur Smith, Chairman

Tuesday, February 26, 2013 – 1:30 p.m. or 1/2 hr. after floor session – Room 322

SB 119             EDUCATION TRUST ACT ADMINISTRATION   (MUÑOZ)

SB 179             COMMUNITY SCHOOLS ACT  (McSORLEY)

*SB 314           TRANSPORTATION REINVESTMENT ZONE ACT         (SHENDO)

SB 339             STATE BUILDING SERVICES & PROPERTY CONTROL  (INGLE)

SB 365             HOME VISITING ACCOUNTABILITY ACT         (SAPIEN)

SB 403             HEALTH ALL-PAYER CLAIMS DATABASE TASK FORCE            (LOPEZ)

SB 462             LOWER PECOS RIVER DROUGHT MITIGATION          (LEAVELL/BROWN)

 

CONSERVATION COMMITTEE – Senator Peter Wirth, Chairman

Tuesday, February 26, 2013 – 2 p.m. or 1/2 hr. after floor session – Room 311

SB 546 NM IRRIGATION WORKS FUND FOR ACEQUIAS         (CAMPOS)

SB 585 NM HIGHLANDS FOREST & WATERSHED INSTITUTE (GRIEGO)

SB 494 WATER PRIOR APPROPRIATION RULES          (CERVANTES)

SB 529 WATER PRIOR APPROPRIATION ADMINISTRATION   (CERVANTES)

SB 563 EXPORT OF WATER FROM CRITICAL MANAGEMENT AREA  (BEFFORT)

SM  11 REDUCE WILDLIFE-VEHICLE COLLISIONS       (MORALES)

 

Thursday, February 28, 2013 – 2:00 p.m. or 1/2 hr. after floor session – Room 311

SB 428`            LEA & ROOSEVELT WEATHER MODIFICATION          (INGLE)

SB 350             TAOS YOUTH CONSERVATION CORPS TRAINING      (CISNEROS)

SB 510             AGRICULTURAL PROPERTY VALUATION TIMES         (RODRIGUEZ)

SB 194             NO AGRICULTURE AS A NUISANCE     (GRIEGO)

SB 286             NO SALES OF RAW MILK         (WOODS)

SB 344             GAME & FISH LICENSE CONFIDENTIAL INFO  (WOODS)

*SB 547           BAN HORIZONTAL OIL & GAS FRACTURING  (SOULES)

SB 552             LIVESTOCK OPERATION INTERFERENCE ACT (PIRTLE)

SM 8                MAXIMIZE RIO GRANDE WATER SUPPLY       (PADILLA)

SJM 26             STUDY EXPORTING COAL       (SAPIEN)

 

CORPORATIONS AND TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE – Senator Phil A. Griego, Chairman

Wednesday, February 27, 2013 – 2 p.m. or 1/2 hr. after floor session – Room 311

SB 402             FAIR PAY FOR WOMEN ACT   (LOPEZ)

SJM 37             “MARSHALL FRANK LEFEBRE MEMORIAL HIGHWAY”           (LOPEZ)

SB 13               CORPORATE INCOME TAX RATES & REPORTING      (WIRTH)

SB 126             UPPER TAX BRACKET FOR CERTAIN LIABILITIES        (O’NEILL/MAESTAS)

SB 144             HEALTH PRACTITIONER COST-SHARING RATES         (O’NEILL)

SB  98              SUPPLEMENTAL SEVERANCE TAX BONDS      (CISNEROS)

SB 535             ENERGY EDUCATION & MARKETING TAX ACT           (MUÑOZ)

SB 267             ORTHOTIC & PROSTHETIC CARE GROSS RECEIPTS   (KERNAN)

SB 416             RAISE MINIMUM WAGE         (MARTINEZ)

SB 456             ASPHALT MILLING SPECIAL SALE REQUIREMENTS    (SANCHEZ, C)

 

EDUCATION COMMITTEE – Senator John M. Sapien, Chairman

Wednesday, February 27, 2013 – 8 a.m. – Room 311

SB 230             SCHOOL EMPLOYEE CONCEALED HANDGUNS          (BEFFORT)

SB 359             SCHOOL EMPLOYEE PROGRAM UNITS          (SAPIEN)

SB 393             SCHOOL TRUANCY IDENTIFICATION & PENALTIES    (BRANDT)

SB 528             SCHOOL DISCIPLINE POLICY REQUIREMENTS           (ORTIZ y PINO)

SB 569             SCHOOL DISTRICT TELECOMMUNICATION ACCESS  (SAPIEN)

SB 587             STATE SCHOOL GRADES COUNCIL     (MORALES)

 

INDIAN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE – Senator John Pinto, Chairman

Tuesday, February 26, 2013 – 8:30 a.m. – Room 303

C/SB    599     NM ROBOTICS CAMP (PINTO)

 

PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE – Senator Gerald Ortiz y Pino, Chairman

Tuesday, February 26, 2013 – 2:00 p.m. or 1/2 hr. after session – Room 321

SB 565             NM MILITARY BASES VALUE CASE STATEMENT        (BURT)

SB 554             LIEN CLAIMS DATE & DELIVERY METHOD     (IVEY-SOTO)

SB 461             PENALTIES FOR CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN            (TORRACO)

SB 641             OVERDOSE PREVENTION & PAIN MANAGEMENT COUNCIL (IVEY-SOTO)

*SB 522           COURT “ADULT” DEFINITIONS & REPORTING            (RODRIGUEZ)

SB 171             DISABILITIES CONCERNS COMMITTEE           (RODRIGUEZ)

SB 249             STATEWIDE CONSTRUCTION INSPECTORS    (PAPEN)

SB 520             FALSE REPORTS OF WEAPONS & THREATS    (BURT)

SB 524             PROHIBIT ELECTRONIC & ONLINE PROSTITUTION    (CANDELARIA)

SB 537             REMOVE FROM PUBLIC OFFICE FOR FELONY           (CANDELARIA)

SB 550             CRIMINAL PROCEDURE PRELIMINARY HEARINGS     (McSORLEY)

SB 564             DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY COST-OF-LIVING         (RODRIGUEZ)

SB 574             SUSPENSION OF UTILITIES FOR DEPLOYED MILITARY           (SOULES)

C/SB 633         STATE EMPLOYEES 3% RAISES            (MORALES)

SB 221             NM HEALTH INSURANCE EXCHANGE ACT      (ORTIZ y PINO)

SB 589             NEW MEXICO HEALTH INSURANCE EXCHANGE ACT (SHENDO)

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