The House reconvenes at 10 a.m. tomorrow (Monday) while the Senate goes on the floor an hour later or thereabouts.
Activity is revving up in legislative committees. Here's a rundown for the next couple of days: Note that the Graduate Employment Tax Credit is up for its first hearing.
Monday, Jan. 28
House Tax and Revenue 1:30 p.m. Rm 317
H211 Severance Tax Bond Projects
Senate Finance 1:30 p.m. Rm 322
Issues confronting the Educational Retirement Board (We expect this will be another general discussion without debate on particular legislation.)
Senate Corporations 2 p.m. Rm 311
S11 State Graduate Employment Tax Credit
S29 Tech Transfer Gross Receipts
Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013
House Health Government and Indian Affairs 8:30 a.m. Rm 309
H33 Community Health Needs
Senate Finance 1:30 p.m. RM 322
Higher Education institutions and High Ed Dept.
Senate Public Affairs 2 p.m. Rm 321
S86 - Public Employees Average Salary Calculation
S89 - Public Property Naming Process
Bills of interest introduced last Friday:
H244 - UNM Venture Space Incubation Program, Rep. Thomas Anderson
H247 - Military War Veteran Scholarship Fund, Rep. George Dodge
H251 - State Agency Employment Contracts Buy-outs, Rep. Bill Rehm
H255 - State University Educational Television, Rep. Dennis Roch
H261 - Worker's Compensation Impairment Definition, Rep. Larry Larranaga
H262 - Health Security Act, Rep. Bobby Gonzales
Follow the progress of UNM related bills on the 2013 Bill Tracker at Government Relations.
Susan McKinsey, Office of Government and Community Relations