Good morning.

Both houses are due back on the floor at 10:30 a.m.

HOUSE THIRD READING OF LEGISLATION

2. HOUSE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR HOUSE BILL 325. AN ACT RELATING TO UNEMPLOYMENT; ALLOWING EMPLOYERS TO REDUCE WORK HOURS OF CERTAIN EMPLOYEES IN LIEU OF LAYOFFS; ALLOWING CERTAIN EMPLOYEES TO COLLECT UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION BENEFITS IN PROPORTION TO A REDUCTION IN WORK HOURS. (JUDICIARY 8-6; 2E)

4. HOUSE TAXATION AND REVENUE COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR HOUSE BILL 353, with emergency clause. AN ACT RELATING TO CAPITAL EXPENDITURES; REAUTHORIZING OR REAPPROPRIATING BALANCES, EXPANDING OR CHANGING PURPOSES, EXTENDING EXPENDITURE PERIODS, CHANGING AGENCIES AND ESTABLISHING CONDITIONS FOR THE REVERSION OF UNEXPENDED BALANCES OF APPROPRIATIONS MADE BY THE LEGISLATURE IN PRIOR YEARS; DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. (TAXATION AND REVENUE 10-0; 5E)

19. HOUSE LABOR AND HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR HOUSE BILL 627. AN ACT RELATING TO THE PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELFARE; EXCEPTING INFORMATION THAT WOULD LIKELY REVEAL THE IDENTITY OR LOCATION OF CERTAIN INDIVIDUALS FROM THE INSPECTION OF PUBLIC RECORDS ACT. (LABOR AND HUMAN RESOURCES 9-0) (JUDICIARY 11-0; 5E)

26. HOUSE MEMORIAL 75. A MEMORIAL REQUESTING THE HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO TO CREATE THE JPAUL TAYLOR EARLY CHILDHOOD TASK FORCE AS AN INITIATIVE TO IMPROVE COLLABORATION AMONG EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT STAKEHOLDERS, TO BETTER IDENTIFY CHILDREN AT RISK OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT, TO DEVELOP AN EARLY CHILDHOOD MENTAL HEALTH PLAN AND TO IMPROVE THE EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICES SYSTEM AND PROMOTE EVIDENCE- AND COMMUNITY-BASED EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS THROUGHOUT THE STATE. (CHASEY) (CONSUMER AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS 5-0)

45. SENATE BILL 182. AN ACT RELATING TO PROCUREMENT; EXEMPTING FROM THE PROCUREMENT CODE PROCUREMENTS OTHERWISE EXEMPTED UNDER OTHER LAW; REQUIRING ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES FOR SOLE SOURCE AND EMERGENCY PROCUREMENT; RESTRICTING WHO MAY MAKE EMERGENCY PROCUREMENTS; EXPANDING WHO MAY PROTEST A PROCUREMENT AWARD; INCREASING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATING THE PROCUREMENT CODE. (RUE & REP. VARELA - ENDORSED BY THE LEGISLATIVE FINANCE COMMITTEE) (SENATE PUBLIC AFFAIRS) (SENATE JUDICIARY) (JUDICIARY 9-0; 7E)

46. SENATE BILL 183, as amended. AN ACT RELATING TO PUBLIC EDUCATION; REPLACING THE TERMS "GENERAL EDUCATION DIPLOMA", "GENERAL EQUIVALENCY DIPLOMA", "GENERAL EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATE" AND "GED" WITH THE TERM "HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY DIPLOMA"; RECONCILING MULTIPLE AMENDMENTS TO THE SAME SECTION OF LAW IN LAWS 2007. (KERNAN - FOR THE LEGISLATIVE EDUCATION STUDY COMMITTEE) (SENATE EDUCATION) (SENATE PUBLIC AFFAIRS) (SENATE FLOOR AMENDMENT #1) (EDUCATION 12-0; 1E) (HEALTH, GOVERNMENT & INDIAN AFFAIRS 6-0; 5E)

55. SENATE BILL 301. AN ACT RELATING TO HIGHER EDUCATION; INCREASING THE FAMILY INCOME FOR ELIGIBILITY FOR THE NEW MEXICO SCHOLARS ACT SCHOLARSHIPS. (BRANDT) (SENATE EDUCATION) (SENATE FINANCE) (EDUCATION 9-0; 4E)

57. SENATE BILL 310. AN ACT RELATING TO HEALTH; REPEALING SECTIONS OF THE NMSA 1978 RELATING TO TESTING OF VIRAL HEPATITIS, CONFIDENTIALITY AND PENALTIES. (GRIEGO) (SENATE PUBLIC AFFAIRS) (SENATE JUDICIARY) (HEALTH, GOVERNMENT & INDIAN AFFAIRS 6-0; 5E)

58. SENATE BILL 321. AN ACT RELATING TO UTILITIES; AMENDING A SECTION OF THE RENEWABLE ENERGY ACT TO EXEMPT FROM CHARGES BY A UTILITY FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY PROCUREMENTS CERTAIN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN ARTICLE 12, SECTION 11 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF NEW MEXICO IF THE INSTITUTION HAS CONSUMPTION EXCEEDING TWENTY MILLION KILOWATT-HOURS PER YEAR AT ANY SINGLE LOCATION OR FACILITY AND THAT OWNS RENEWABLE ENERGY GENERATION. (PAYNE) (SENATE CONSERVATION) (SENATE CORPORATIONS

60. SENATE BILL 342, as amended. AN ACT RELATING TO HEALTH CARE; AMENDING SECTIONS OF THE MEDICAL IMAGING AND RADIATION THERAPY HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT TO PROVIDE LIMITED AUTHORIZATION FOR REGISTERED NURSES AND CERTIFIED NURSE-MIDWIVES TO PERFORM CERTAIN ULTRASOUND PROCEDURES. (MORALES) (SENATE PUBLIC AFFAIRS) (SENATE JUDICIARY AMENDED) (HEALTH, GOVERNMENT & INDIAN AFFAIRS AMENDED 10-0; 1E)

63. SENATE BILL 416, as amended. AN ACT RELATING TO LABOR; RAISING THE MINIMUM WAGE. (MARTINEZ) (SENATE PUBLIC AFFAIRS) (SENATE CORPORATIONS AND TRANSPORTATION AMENDED) (SENATE FLOOR AMENDMENT #1) (LABOR AND HUMAN RESOURCES AMENDED 5-3; 1E)

68. SENATE BILL 587, as amended. AN ACT RELATING TO PUBLIC EDUCATION; CREATING A STATE SCHOOL GRADES COUNCIL TO STUDY AND MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS ON SCHOOL GRADING; PROVIDING A TEMPORARY SCHEMA THAT INCLUDES MULTIPLE VALID AND RELIABLE FACTORS IN DETERMINING SCHOOL GRADES; AMENDING A SECTION OF LAW TO ELIMINATE REFERENCE TO SCHOOL GRADING; REPEALING THE A-B-C-D-F SCHOOLS RATING ACT. (MORALES) (SENATE EDUCATION AMENDED) (SENATE FLOOR AMENDMENT #1) (EDUCATION 6-4; 3E)

SENATE THIRD READING OF LEGISLATION:

(2) SENATE BILL 588 TEACHER & PRINCIPAL EVALUATION SYSTEM COUNCIL (MORALES)

((14) SENATE PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR (LOPEZ)
SENATE BILL 48 LARGE EMPLOYERS IN HEALTH INSURANCE EXCHANGES'

(18) SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR (MUÑOZ)
SENATE BILL 71 RETIREE HEALTH CARE CONTRIBUTIONS

(20) SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR (BEFFORT)
SENATE BILL 86 PUBLIC EMPLOYEE AVERAGE SALARY CALCULATIONS

(29) SENATE BILL 134 QUALIFICATIONS-BASED PROCUREMENTS (CERVANTES)

(38) SENATE BILL 443 GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT REQUIREMENTS (RUE)

(56) SENATE JOINT MEMORIAL 1 FAMILY-FRIENDLY WORKPLACE TASK FORCE (RUE)

(65) SENATE JOINT MEMORIAL 34/a STUDY A-F SCHOOL GRADING SYSTEM/SEC AMENDED (MORALES)

(87) HOUSE BILL 493 GEOSPATIAL DATA CLEARINGHOUSE AT UNM (EASLEY)

(90) HOUSE EDUCATION COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR (STAPLETON)
HOUSE BILL 481 EVIDENCE OF TEACHER COMPETENCY

(91) HOUSE EDUCATION COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR (STEWART)
HOUSE BILL 513 CERTAIN SCHOOL TESTS AS COMPETENCE

(93) SENATE EDUCATION COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR (STEWART/SOULES)
HOUSE BILL 310/ec K-3 PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY

HOUSE SCHEDULE OF COMMITTEE HEARINGS

HOUSE CONSUMER AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - ELISEO LEE ALCON, CHAIRMAN Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 1:30 p.m. - Room 315

CS/ SB 313 /a BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH ACT (O'NEILL)
SB 403 /a HEALTH ALL-PAYER CLAIMS DATABASE TASK FORCE (LOPEZ)

HOUSE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE - GAIL CHASEY, CHAIRWOMAN
Monday, March 11, 2013 - 1:30 P.M. - Room 309
CS/ HB 658 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE (ALCON)

SENATE SCHEDULE OF COMMITTEE HEARINGS
FINANCE COMMITTEE - Senator John Arthur Smith, Chairman

Monday, March 11, 2013 – At the Call of the Chair - Room 322
C/HB 424 EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOLS (GARCIA, MH)

EDUCATION COMMITTEE - Senator John M. Sapien, Chairman
Monday, March 11, 2013 - 8 a.m. - Room 311
HB 541 TEACHER LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY & COUNCIL (MIERA)
HJM 30 STUDY USES OF STANDARDIZED TEST SCORES (STEWART)
SM 63 TOBACCO-FREE COLLEGE CAMPUSES (CERVANTES)

PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - Senator Gerald Ortiz y Pino, Chairman
Tuesday, March 11, 2013 – 8 a.m. - Room 321
*HB 76 FRONTIER COMMUNITIES PROGRAM (LUNDSTROM)
HB 130 MOVE BRAIN INJURY SERVICE FUND (LARRAÑAGA)
HB 260 ORIENTAL MEDICINE DOCTOR IMAGING LICENSURE (KANE)
HB 227 MOVE BRAIN INJURY ADVISORY COUNCIL FUNCTIONS (CHASEY)
HJM 19 J. PAUL TAYLOR EARLY CHILDHOOD TASK FORCE (CHASEY)

RULES COMMITTEE - Senator Linda M. Lopez, Chairman
Monday, March 11, 2013 - 9 a.m. - Room 321
HJM 29 LESC A-F SCHOOL GRADING SYSTEM STUDY (STEWART)
HJR 8 BOARDS OF REGENTS NOMINATING COMMITTEES, CA (STEINBORN/SOULES)
CS/ SB 69 /a INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR TELEMEDICINE COVERAGE (ORTIZ Y PINO)

Bills Acted on: March 10, 2013

HB 44 PROHIBIT DOUBLE PER DIEM PAYMENTS Nate Gentry
SJC HPREF <2> HCPAC/HJC-HCPAC <16> DP-HJC <28> DP/a <30> PASSED/H (65-0) <21> SRC/SJC/SFC-SRC <40> DP-SJC

HB 171 INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR TELEMEDICINE SERVICES Stephen Easley
SJC <5> HHGIC/HBIC-HHGIC <21> DP-HBIC <39> DNP-CS/DP - PASSED/H (67-0) <40> SJC

HB 388 HOSPITAL EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT CREDIT PURCHASE Dennis J. Roch
PeteCampos SJC <13> HLC/HJC-HLC <25> DP/a-HJC <39> DP - PASSED/H (67-0) <40> SJC/SFC-SJC

HB 408 COUNTY PROCUREMENT CODE EXEMPTIONS Larry A. Larrañaga
HCal <14> HHGIC/HJC-HHGIC <32> DP-HJC <39> DP/a

HB 414 NURSE PRACTITIONER SCOPE OF PRACTICE Nathan P. Cote
SJC <14> HHGIC/HJC-HHGIC <32> DP-HJC <39> DP - PASSED/H (66-1) <40> SJC

HB 416 ANESTHESIOLOGIST ASSISTANT SUPERVISION Gail Chasey
SJC <15> HHGIC/HJC-HHGIC <32> DP-HJC <39> DP - PASSED/H (60-5) <40> SJC

HB 562 CREATE TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH COLLABORATIVE Stephanie Garcia Richard
SEC <22> HBIC/HEC-HBIC <36> DP-HEC <39> DP - PASSED/H (65-3) <40> SEC

SB 27 PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT CHANGES George K. Munoz
Luciano "Lucky"Varela HAFC SPREF <1> SJC/SFC-SJC <14> DP/a-SFC <23> DNP-CS/DP/a <32> PASSED/S (38-4) <39> HLC/HAFC-HLC- DP-HAFC

SB 39 COLLEGE DISTRICT BONDS FOR HARD & SOFTWARE Sander Rue
HTRC SPREF <1> SEC/SFC-SEC <12> DP-SFC <14> DP <18> PASSED/S (39-1) <28> HBIC/HTRC-HBIC <39> DP-HTRC

*SB 60 SEVERANCE TAX BOND PROJECTS Carlos R. Cisneros
HTRC SPREF <1> SFC <38> DNP-CS/DP <40> PASSED/S (42-0) <39> HTRC

SB 71 RETIREE HEALTH CARE CONTRIBUTIONS George K. Munoz
SCal SPREF <1> SPAC/SFC-SPAC <4> DP-SFC <40> DNP-CS/w/o rec

SB 115 EDUCATIONAL RETIREMENT CHANGES Stuart Ingle
HLC <1> SEC/SFC-SEC <12> DP-SFC <38> DP/a <40> PASSED/S (41-0) <39> HLC/HAFC-HLC

SB 182 PROCUREMENT CODE CHANGES Sander Rue
Luciano "Lucky"Varela HCal <2> SPAC/SJC-SPAC <8> DP-SJC <14> DP <23> PASSED/S (40-0) <33> HJC <39> DP

SB 183 REPLACE GED TERMS WITH EQUIVALENCY DIPLOMA Gay G. Kernan
HCal <2> SEC/SPAC-SEC <9> DP-SPAC <21> DP <23> fl/a- PASSED/S (41-0) <35> HEC/HHGIC-HEC <39> DP-HHGIC- DP

SB 301 NM SCHOLARS ACT SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY Craig Brandt
HCal <3> SEC/SFC-SEC <14> DP-SFC <18> DP <19> PASSED/S (35-0) <29> HEC/HAFC-HEC <39> DP-HAFC- w/drn

SB 310 VIRAL HEPATITIS TESTING & CONFIDENTIALITY Phil A. Griego
HCal <4> SPAC/SJC-SPAC <19> DP-SJC <24> DP <32> PASSED/S (41-0) <39> HHGIC- DP

*SB 311 HIV TESTING DISCLOSURE Phil A. Griego
HJC <4> SPAC/SJC-SPAC <19> DP/a-SJC <24> DP <32> PASSED/S (39-0) <39> HHGIC/HJC-HHGIC- DP-HJC

SB 416 RAISE MINIMUM WAGE Richard C. Martinez
HCal <8> SPAC/SCORC-SPAC <19> DP-SCORC <24> w/o rec/a - fl/a- PASSED/S (25-17) <36> HLC <39> DP/a

Susan McKinsey, Office of Government and Community Relations