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Posted January 28, 2011

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Legislative Update - Friday, January 28

The House Education Committee met today to discuss higher education and to hear from education partners and the Government Restructuring Task Force.

The House Education Committee will begin to discuss the public education budget on Monday at 8 a.m. Monday, Jan. 31, in Room 317. At 9 a.m., the Legislative Finance Committee will share its recommendations for the New Mexico Public Education Department budget.  Members of the House Education Committee include:

  • Rep. Rick Miera, chair
  • Rep. Rhonda King, vice chair
  • Rep. Alonzo Blandonado
  • Rep. George Dodge
  • Rep. Nora Espinoza
  • Rep. Mary Helen Garcia
  • Rep. Jimmie Hall
  • Rep. Dianne Hamilton
  • Rep. Andy Nunez
  • Rep. Dennis Roch
  • Rep. Sheryl Williams Stapleton

 

Upcoming meetings:

The Senate/House Joint Education Committee, chaired by Sen. Cynthia Nava, will meet at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 2, in Room 311. Bills to be considered include:

  • SB 35 PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT SUBCONTRACTOR BONDS (ASBILL/LARRANAGA)
  • SB 41 HEALTH CARE STUDENT INTERN LIABILITY COVERAGE (GRIEGO P.)
  • SB 78 SCHOOL DISTRICT BULLYING PREVENTION PROGRAMS (GARCIA/MIERA)
  • SB 119 RETIREMENT BENEFICIARY DESIGNATION OF SPOUSE (SAPIEN/TRUJILLO)
  • SB 123 NM GROWN PRODUCE IN SCHOOL LUNCHES (CAMPOS)
  • SB 133 STUDY UNM STUDENTS DIRECTLY TO DENTAL SCHOOL (CAMPOS)
  • SB 247 FORFEITURE OF RETIREMENT FOR CERTAIN CRIMES (BEFFORT)

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