New Mexico Lt. Gov. Morales sets office hours for legislative session

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SANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico’s lieutenant governor announced Monday he will be holding in-person and virtual office hours with residents.

Lt. Gov. Howie Morales’ office hours will take place throughout the state Legislature’s regular, 60-day session. It’s available for any New Mexicans who want to meet with the man second in command to comment on proposed legislation or just get help with a problem.

“Obviously many of the social issues, like behavioral health, education and other issues, are important to people in the state. Whatever it is that they have, I want to make sure that I’m learning from them, listening to them and am available so that we make sure we can have the best possible outcome for legislation that is proposed to them,” Lt. Gov. Morales said.

To schedule a meeting with the lieutenant governor, call (505) 476-2250 or email