capitol reports

The 2023 New Mexico Legislative
January 17 - March 18

Capitol Report – March 17, 2023

25 Views  ¬†As the legislative nears its end, advocates, stakeholders, and legislators are anxious to see what passes the finish line. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30¬†¬† Q: std ((Script)): This is Jason

Capitol Report – March 15, 2023

21 Views  ¬†A proposal to enhance government transparency has passed both chambers. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30¬†¬† Q: std ((Script)): This is Jason Espinoza with today‚Äôs capitol report. The House and Senate

Capitol Report – March 14, 2023

26 Views  ¬†Legislators passed a tax clean-up bill that has several big impacts. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30¬†¬† Q: std ((Script)): This is Jason Espinoza with today‚Äôs capitol report. Yesterday, a tax

Capitol Report – March 9, 2023

24 Views  ¬†Efforts to support agritourism are making their way through the state capitol. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30¬†¬† Q: std ((Script)): This is Jason Espinoza with today‚Äôs capitol report. Senate Bill

Capitol Report – March 8, 2023

23 Views  ¬†Legislators are moving along legislation to support recovery efforts from the 2022 Black Fire. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30¬†¬† Q: std ((Script)): This is Jason Espinoza with today‚Äôs capitol report.

Capitol Report – March 7, 2023

121 Views  ¬†Legislation to create a centralized hub for state marketing and strategy is gaining momentum in the state capitol. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30 Q: std ((Script)): This is Jason Espinoza

Capitol Report – March 3, 2023

49 Views  ¬†Legislation to support rural health care delivery is making its way through the legislative process. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30¬†¬† Q: std ((Script)): This is Jason Espinoza with today‚Äôs capitol

Capitol Report – March 2, 2023

36 Views  ¬†Legislation also known as Glory‚Äôs Law is making its way through the State Capitol. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30¬†¬† Q: std ((Script)): This is Jason Espinoza with today‚Äôs capitol report.

Capitol Report – March 1, 2023

21 Views  ¬†Legislative proposals aimed at protecting vulnerable children are moving forward in the legislative process. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30¬†¬† Q: std ((Script)): This is Jason Espinoza with today‚Äôs capitol report.

Capitol Report – February 28, 2023

39 Views  ¬†Programs supporting land and water conservation and forest and watershed health may receive a financial boost under one legislative proposal. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30¬†¬† Q: std ((Script)): This is

Capitol Report – February 27, 2023

28 Views  ¬†The House of Representatives passed legislation designed to support entrepreneurs across New Mexico. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30¬†¬† Q: std ((Script)): This is Jason Espinoza with today‚Äôs capitol report. Over

Capitol Report – February 24, 2023

26 Views  ¬†Organizations are advocating to fund programs to protect the agricultural heritage in New Mexico. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30¬†¬† Q: std ((Script)): This is Jason Espinoza with today‚Äôs capitol report.

Capitol Report – February 23, 2023

38 Views  ¬†The Legislature is considering expanding the scope of an influential interim committee to support educational outcomes. Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30¬†¬† Q: std ((Script)): This is Jason Espinoza with today‚Äôs

Capitol Report – February 21, 2023

43 Views  ¬†Yesterday, Governor Lujan Grisham signed into law $100 million in recovery funds for the Hermit‚Äôs Peak-Calf Canyon fire. llll Jason Espinoza reports from the Roundhouse: Runs 1:30¬†¬† Q: std ((Script)): This is 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.

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