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2021 Capitol Report, March 1, 2021

Intro: Members of a New Mexico Legislative Committee held a lengthy meeting Saturday to discuss three cannabis legalization bills put forward by Senators. Tom Trowbridge reports from the Roundhouse:           Runs   1:29                           Q: Std –

2021 Capitol Report, February 26

INTRO: An ongoing dispute over security at the New Mexico State Capitol Building simmered as state lawmakers recessed for the weekend. Tom Trowbridge reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30                    Q: Std – ((Script)): Since before

2021 Capitol Update, February 25

Intro: A bill legalizing the recreational use of cannabis in New Mexico is one step closer to House approval today. Tom Trowbridge reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30                            Q: Std – ((Script)): The New Mexico

2021 Capitol Report, February 24

INTRO: New Mexico restaurants and bars are expected to get a boost from a tax-bill that’s advancing at the Roundhouse. Tom Trowbridge reports from Santa Fe: Runs 1:30                    Q: Std – ((Script)): After hours of

2021 Capitol Report, February 23

INTRO: At the Roundhouse, progress has been made on one of the Legislature’s primary tasks this 60-day session: Adoption of the state budget, or the “General Appropriations Act.” Tom Trowbridge reports: Runs 1:30                    Q: Std

2021 Capitol Report, February 22

INTRO: A key New Mexico State Senate Committee over the weekend approved a bill that would phase-in an increase in the tax you pay at the pump. Tom Trowbridge reports from the Roundhouse:           Runs 

2021 Capitol Report, February 19

INTRO: With the 2021 New Mexico Legislative session at its halfway point, Democratic House Speaker Brian Egolf reflected on what’s been a very unusual gathering of state lawmakers in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Tom

2021 Capitol Report, February 18

INTRO: In bi-partisan fashion this week, members of the New Mexico State Senate approved Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s appointee to serve as Secretary of the New Mexico Department of Veterans Services. Tom Trowbridge reports from

2021 Capitol Report, February 17

Intro: The New Mexico State Senate is the next stop for a controversial bill that seeks to protect New Mexican’s civil rights. Tom Trowbridge reports from the Roundhouse:  Runs 1:30     Q: Std  

2021 Capitol Report, February 16

INTRO: On the heels of last week’s dismissal by the New Mexico Supreme Court of a lawsuit by State House Republicans that charged the chamber’s Democratic majority of restricting public participation, Democrats pointed to record-setting

2021 Capitol Report, February 15

INTRO: In recent decades at the Roundhouse. There’s been a significant difference between lawmakers who represent rural districts versus those who represent urban areas. Now the matter is the subject of a proposed constitutional amendment

2021 Capitol Report, February 12

INTRO: After hours of testimony, New Mexico State Senators on Thursday approved a controversial bill on abortion. Tom Trowbridge reports from the Roundhouse: Runs    1:29                Q: std ((Script)): Senate Bill Ten, the Respect New

2021 Capitol Report, February 11

INTRO: A bill seeking to provide high-speed internet access across New Mexico passed the House Transportation, Public Works and Capital Improvements Committee this week with strong bi-partisan support. Tom Trowbridge reports from the Roundhouse: Runs   

Capitol Report, February 10, 2021

Intro: At the Roundhouse this week, a key Senate Committee considered a bill that would regulate the use of water by the energy industry. Tom Trowbridge reports from the Capitol: Runs                           Q: Std ((Script)): At

2021 Capitol Report, February 9

Intro: A years-long effort to get a proposal to voters to fund early-childhood education in New Mexico via a constitutional amendment advanced Monday at the Roundhouse. Tom Trowbridge reports from Santa Fe: Runs 1:28                   Q:

2021 Capitol Report, February 8, 2021

INTRO: Legislation seeking to lower interest rates on so-called “payday” loans and requiring a consumer finance course in New Mexico has been introduced at the State Capitol. Tom Trowbridge reports from the Roundhouse: Runs    1:29

2021 Capitol Report, February 5, 2021

INTRO: At the Roundhouse this week, a House Committee gave it’s thumbs-up to a bill seeking to exempt social security earnings from New Mexico’s income tax. Tom Trowbridge reports: Runs   1:30                          Q: Std   ((Script)):

2021 Capitol Report, February 4, 2021

INTRO: There’s an effort in the State House to broaden the state’s Medicaid program and use funds to pay immigrants in New Mexico for coverage related to COVID-19. Tom Trowbridge reports from the Roundhouse: Runs   

2021 Capitol Report: February 3, 2021

INTRO: This week at the Roundhouse, a bill calling for changing police standards statewide and requiring training on so-called de-escalation tactics is under consideration. Tom Trowbridge reports Runs  1:29                           Q: :Std ((Script)): The police reform

2021 Capitol Report: February 2, 2021

INTRO: A proposal that would allow community solar programs to be established in New Mexico cleared its first legislative hurdle at the Roundhouse last week, despite questions from some lawmakers about costs and concerns raised

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