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Bill would create committee to investigate pregnancy-related deaths


Eye on New Mexico: The first week of the 2019 legislative session

Proposal could make New Mexico a 'sanctuary state'

New Mexico chief justice addresses lawmakers, defends judges

Democrats attempt to fast-track bills previously vetoed by Susana Martinez

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Legislature hosts 'Family Friendly Business Day'
Vote 4 NM: Comparing voter's concerns with governor's top priorities
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham gives first State of the State address
2019 legislative session kicks off in Santa Fe
Spending, saving New Mexico's surplus is a point of debate
Democrats lay out ambitious agenda ahead of 2019 legislative session
New Mexico Legislature suggests 15 percent spending increase
No guns allowed in gallery during New Mexico joint sessions
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No guns allowed in gallery during New Mexico joint sessions

Republican sponsors bill that would allow medical marijuana in schools

Governor's budget proposal includes $500 million more for public education

Lawmakers faced with more bills ahead of 2019 legislative session

Proposal calls for revamping key New Mexico water commission

Bill would allow pregnant, breastfeeding criminals to avoid jail time

New Mexico lawmakers to be busy this legislative session

Proponents of recreational marijuana eyeing 2019 legislative session

New Mexico lawmakers discuss criminal justice reform

NM Republicans name former BP agent as candidate for retiring legislator's seat

Lawmakers plan to address crime ahead of upcoming legislative session

New Mexico primary defeat won't halt harassment probe

Albuquerque city councilors push for 'Medical Aid in Dying'

Animal advocate tells lawmaker to resign, claims sexual harassment

Eye on New Mexico: What does our state's improving air really mean?

Legislatures pressed to produce reports of misconduct

New Mexico voters warm to idea of professional Legislature

Gov. signs step therapy, guardianship bills; pet food fee vetoed

Governor vetoes pay raise for elected officials

Legislature gets flurry of harassment complaints

New Mexico to study possibility of safe injection sites

Governor calls on Legislature to pass Baby Brianna bill


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