Santa Fe, NM- House Bill 33, a measure that would create in-state meat inspection in New Mexico unanimously passed the House of Representatives. The bipartisan legislation sponsored by Representatives Rebecca Dow (R-TorC), Gail Armstrong (R-Magdalena), Moe Maestas (D-Albuquerque), and Andres Romero (D-Albuquerque) is an effort to establish in-state meat inspections in New Mexico. Currently, New Mexico meat producers send 99% of their products out of state to be processed. HB 33 is part of a farm to table package of bills, including HB 121 sponsored by Rep. Jack Chatfield (R-Mosquero), that would localize meat inspections and consumption.
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