capitol reports

The 2023 New Mexico Legislative
January 17 - March 18

Capitol Report – February 2, 2023

8 Views   Intro: Federal relief funds for schools provide an opportunity for transformative changes for students and teachers. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30     Q: std ((Script)): This is Jason Espinoza with today’s

Capitol Report – February 1, 2023

13 Views   Intro: New Mexico Legislators are hoping to spur innovation and economic development by investing in efforts to support quantum science and technology. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30   Q: std ((Script)):

Capitol Report – January 31, 2023

12 Views   A legislative proposal to expand access to state museums and parks for children in foster care gained bi-partisan support in its first committee. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30     Q: std

2023 Capitol Report – January 27

48 Views   Intro: Food and agriculture is a core industry of New Mexico and will be a topic of discussion during this year’s legislative session. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30     Q: std

2023 Capitol Report – January 26

18 Views   Intro: School teachers who buy supplies for their classrooms may soon be eligible for an income tax deduction. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30     Q: std ((Script)): This is Jason Espinoza

2023 Capitol Report – January 25

23 Views   Intro: With intense wildfires consuming hundreds of thousands of acres last year, New Mexico legislators are searching for solutions. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30     Q: std ((Script)): This is Jason

2023 Capitol Report – January 24

26 Views   Paying for school lunches may be a thing of the past for students at New Mexico public schools. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30     Q: std ((Script)): As part of the

2023 Capitol Report – January 20

35 Views   The hustle and bustle of the first week of the 60-day legislative session is coming to a close. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30     Q: std ((Script)): Today marks the end

2023 Capitol Report – January 19

26 Views   Intro: Improving New Mexico’s child welfare rankings is top of mind for many nonprofit advocates during this year’s legislative session. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:29     Q: std ((Script)): New

2023 Capitol Report – January 18, 2023

34 Views   Tuesday marked the first day of the 2023 Legislative Session. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:29     Q: std ((Script)): After two years of mostly empty hallways due to pandemic restrictions, the

2023 Capitol Report – Tuesday, January 17

34 Views   The First Session of the 56th New Mexico Legislature starts today at Noon. 112 elected state lawmakers will convene in the state capitol in Santa Fe, fondly referred to as the Roundhouse. Jason

Jason Espinoza
NMBA Legislative Consultant

Jason brings over a decade of experience in association management, public policy, and government affairs. Prior to founding his own firm, Jason served as President and CEO of New Mexico’s statewide chamber of commerce and prior to that served as its Vice President of Government Affairs.

Jason earned a master’s degree in Political Management from The George Washington University. He also graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University with bachelor’s degrees in History and Political Science.