2017 New Mexico State Legislature: Final Report on Bills We Have Followed

Thank you for all your prayers, emails and phone calls but especially for your prayers.  The 2017 New Mexico Legislative session drew to a close on Saturday, March 18, 2017.  Below is a brief summation of the bills we were following.
All Pro-Life bills, including Infant Born Alive Protection and No Abortions Beyond 20 Weeks, were summarily dismissed by committees.
Many Marijuana bills had a strong start but died in committees.
A Physician Assisted Suicide bill was defeated in the Senate by a vote of 22 to 20.
Sex Designation Changes on Birth Certificates, sought by transgenders, passed and is currently on the Governor’s desk.
A Ban on Conversion Therapy, a therapy that would help sexually confused children, was passed and awaits the Governor’s signature.
This is our report:
Recreational Marijuana: TABLED in Committee
Marijuana was on the minds of many legislators this year.  A “cannabis” word search produced 23 pieces of legislation.  The Cannabis Revenue and Freedom Actlegalizing marijuana appeared to have traction with the economic argument that it would “solve New Mexico’s revenue problems”, increase employment and bring prosperity to the state.  The House Business and Industry Committee tabled the bill by a vote of 9 to 1.
 
Infant Born Alive Protection:  TABLED in Committee
The pro-life Infant Born Alive Protection Act sponsored by Rep. Rod Montoya would have required that any infant surviving an abortion and born alive must receive medical care. The child would be reported as a live birth.  In addition, Rep. Montoya sponsored the Late Term Abortion bill that would stop abortions after 20 weeks gestation.
In a surprise move, House Consumer and Public Affairs’ Chairman Eliseo Alcon called a committee meeting for 10:00 a.m. Sunday morning to consider the pro-life bills.  In response, a church service was held at 9:00 a.m. in the Rotunda that Sunday morning, and many of those attending stayed for the 10:00 o’clock hearing.  Both bills were tabled on a 3 to 2 vote along party lines.
When explaining her vote to table the bills, Representative Patricia Roybal Caballero remarked she was Catholic, raised by the Sisters of Loretto, and was a pro-choice Catholic was pro-choice voting against the life bills.  The remark was heard by Santa Fe’s Archbishop John Wester, who was watching the proceedings via an internet stream.  Archbishop Wester wrote that elected Catholics do not speak for the church but for themselves.  A stronger statement came from Bishop James Wall of Gallup and Bishop Oscar Cantu from Las Cruces, stating that “support for abortion or doctor-assisted suicide is not in accord with the teaching of the church.”
Physician Assisted-Suicide:  DEFEATED by the Senate
Rep. Deborah Armstrong sponsored the End of Life Options Act, a bill that would have removed criminal penalties from physicians who write prescriptions for patients to kill themselves.  The death certificate following the suicide would have noted the underlying medical problem as the cause of death, not the self-administered lethal drugs.  The Senate version of the bill, sponsored by Senator Liz Stefanics, was defeated in the Senate by a vote of 22-20.
Sex Designation Changes on Birth Certificates:  PASSED, awaits the Governor’s Signature
A Vital Records Sex Designation bill sponsored by Senator Jacob Candelaria is on the Governor’s desk.  A transsexual can change his or her sex designation on a birth certificate by obtaining permission from a judge.  The birth certificate can then be altered to reflect the gender with which the person identifies.  No indication that the document has been altered or amended can be noted.
Hospitals must perform abortions: No “Conscience Clause”  PASSED 2 Committees
Senator Jerry Ortiz y Pino, who describes himself as a “proud pro-choice Catholic,” sponsored the Hospital Patient Protections bill that requires New Mexico hospitals to perform abortions with no provision for a physician or staff objection on the basis of conscience.  The draconian bill was passed by two committees, the Senate Public Affairs Committee and the Senate Judiciary Committee.  The bill would have stripped any freedom of conscience or of religion clause for those objecting to abortion.  The bill was not heard by the Senate.
Editorial Comment:
The kinds of laws that come before the New Mexico State Legislature are dependent on the kinds of legislators we send to the Roundhouse.  Representative Deborah Armstrong from Albuquerque wanted physicians to be allowed to kill their suffering patients.  Senator Jerry Ortiz y Pino wants all hospitals to do abortions regardless of the religious opposition to them.  Senator Jacob Candelaria had a field day with what we would call falsifying government records for transgenders and disallowing counseling for sexually confused kids.
Having a government that supports a Christian worldview of life and conscience would require that the Christian community find, elect and support a different kind of legislator.
Please continue to pray for our legislators and their legislation.
 
New Mexico Watchman
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“Happy is the man who finds wisdom, And the man who gains understanding;”
Proverbs 3:13 

Urgent Call to Contact Governor Susana Martinez Thursday 3-16-2017

SB 121 No Conversion TherapyThursday
March 16, 2017
To succeed, the homosexual community has to portray themselves as victims; victims of society, victims of families and now, victims of therapists.  Behavior modification is based on the simple concept of rewarding wanted behaviors to increase them and disciplining unwanted behaviors to decrease them.  If you’ve ever seen a child sent for a timeout, you’ve witnessed behavior modification.
These two elements, victimization and behavior modification, come together in SB 121: No Conversion Therapy (Candelaria D, Albuquerque).
Senator Candelaria describes Conversion Therapy as a brutal and demeaning form of behavior modification.  The problem is Conversion Therapy is expanded in the bill to claim that any therapy that does not affirm homosexuality is Conversion Therapy, and thus, victimization.
The homosexual community has convinced our New Mexico State Legislators that all therapy that is in opposition to same-sex attraction is conversion therapy and must be disallowed.  No documentation – places, dates, techniques – were ever presented to support the claim that such “therapy” ever existed in the state.
The result is that if SB 121 No Conversion Therapy is signed by the governor,
only therapy that affirms homosexuality will be allowed.
 
What is very clear is that families and therapists are disallowed any suggestion that any change in same-sex attraction can occur, despite such testimony being provided the legislators and the fact that thousands of documented cases exist.
Homosexuals, fearing family involvement and therapeutic choice, have gone to great lengths to pass this bill.  It is now on the Governor’s desk for signature.
Please pray and
Contact Governor Susana Martinez urging her to VETO
this horrendous bill that is an affront to caring families and Christian therapists.
Please email or fax your concern to the following:
PHONE CALLS: (505) 476-2200
FAXES:     (505) 476-2226
EMAILS:  susanna.martinez2state.nm.us
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                          And blessed is he who is not offended because of Me.”
Matthew 11:6

Senate to Hear Parental Notification of Abortion Tomorrow, Friday 3-10-17

As everyone know, New Mexico is at the bottom of all the good lists and the top of every bad list.  A major factor is the deterioration of the core family unit.  Everything should be done to strengthen our New Mexico families.
Senator Gregory Baca’s  (R-Belen) bill SB 325 Parental Notification of Abortion Act, will be heard by the Public Affairs Committee tomorrow, Friday, March 10, 2017 in Room 326 at 1:30 p.m. or a half-hour after the Senate floor session ends .
Senator Baca is to be commended for bring the bill forward in the Senate.  Although the bill will not be heard in time for passage this year, the opportunity to strengthen families and to share family values to committee members is a vital opportunity.
Please pray for the committee members and contact them using the information below, and if at all possible, attend the session.
In addition, please thank Senator Baca for bringing the bill forward.  You can call his office at (505) 385-7303 or email him at greg.baca@nmlegis.gov.
Thank you for your prayers and concern.  There are 10 more days in this legislative session including today.  God bless you.
New Mexico Watchman
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2017 NM Legislature
Senate Public Affairs Committee
First Name
Last Name
Position
Party
Room
Capital Phone
Email Addr.
Jerry
Ortiz y Pino
Chairman
D
300A
986-4482
Bill
O’Neil
Vice Chair
D
300C
986-4260
Craig
Brant
Member
R
414C
986-4385
Candace
Gould
Member
R
415F
986-4266
Elizabeth
Jeff
Mimi
Stuart
Stefanics
Steinborn
Stewart
Ingle
Member
Member
Member
Member
D
D
D
R
415C
416E
416F
109 A
986-4377
986-4862
986-4267
986-4702
 
The New Mexico Legislative Website is https://www.nmlegis.gov/ .  Click on “WEBCAST” when the committee is in session to view the proceedings.

But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.”
Joshua 24:15b

Encouraged, Discouraged and Continuing to Fight

Despite the score board that would show two very important bills being defeated in Sunday’s Public Affairs Committee hearing, Ending Late Term Abortion and Parental Notification of Abortion, the good news is that a rousing church service was held at the Roundhouse, with a number of people staying for the committee hearing that followed.

The church service in the Capitol Rotunda received national publicity.  The story was picked up by Charisma Magazine.  (See  http://www.charismanews.com/opinion/63470-is-this-historic-worship-gathering-part-of-james-goll-s-prophesied-west-coast-rumble).  The service was an affirmation that “We the People, under God,” are the government.

Despite the bills being tabled, Rep. Rod Montoya assured everyone that forward progress on life legislation was not over this session.  Rep. Montoya plans to introduce a House Memorial to continue the discussion.

A major incident occurred when Representative Patricia Roybal Caballero claimed her Catholic faith and voted against the life bills.  “My vote can not be questioned,” she said, “I was raised Catholic by the Sisters of Loretto.”  The comment drew a response from New Mexico’s Archbishop John Wester.  See (http://www.lifenews.com/2017/03/07/archbishop-on-lawmaker-who-voted-against-ban-on-late-term-abortions-cant-be-catholic-and-pro-abortion/).  You simply can not be Catholic and pro-abortion.

Please continue to pray for our Legislature and its members.  May the Lord intervene in a miraculous way in these final days.

No Therapy for Sexually Confused Girls and Boys: SB 121 No Conversion Therapy hearing Wednesday 3-8-2017

The latest assault on the American family is disallowing families the right to counseling.  If SB 121: No Conversion Therapy, (Candelaria, Romero) passes in New Mexico, the state will place restrictions on the type of therapy sexually confused boys and girls can receive.  The law is a stark invasion of a family’s right to privacy and decision making within the confines of the family unit.
The proposed law is also a violation of a person’s First Amendment right to free speech, in addition to violating the right of privacy within the therapist/client relationship.  The Supreme Court in Roe v Wade established the right to privacy nationally and this has been the national standard.
SB 121: No Conversion Therapy
is to be heard tomorrow morning
Wednesday, March 8
at the Capitol at
8:30 a.m. in Room 315.
The bill has passed the Senate and is being heard in the House Health and Human Services Committee, Rep. Gail Armstrong, Chair.
Please help oppose SB 121: No Conversion Therapy by praying for our legislators and please contact the members of the committee listed below.  Urge them to VOTE NO on SB 121: No Conversion Therapy.
2017 NM Legislature 
House Consumer & Public Affairs Committee
Last Name First Name Position Party Room
Capital Phone 
     Area Code
(505)
Email Addr.
Armstrong Deborah Chairman D 312B 986-4840 deborah.armstrong@nmlegis.gov
Thompson Elizabeth Vice Chair D 206A None Listed liz.thomson@nmlegis.gov
Armstrong Gail Member R 203FN 986-4467 gail@gailfornewmexico.com
Chasey Gail Member D  308 986-4411 gail@gailchasey.com
Dow Rebecca Member R  203H 986-4453 rebecca.dow@nmlegis.gov
Ferrary Joanne Member D 203DN 986-4336 joanne.ferrary@nmlegis.gov
Townsend James Member R 203GN 986-4450 townsend@pvtn.net


 
 
 
 
 
 
            To dial the legislator’s phone, use 986- plus the extension.


“Daughter, your faith has made you well.
Go in peace, and be healed of your affliction.”
Mark 5:34b
 
The New Mexico Legislative Website is https://www.nmlegis.gov/ .  Click on “WEBCAST” when the committee is in session to view the proceedings.

HB 89 Cannabis Revenue & Freedom Act Today, Monday, February 27, 2017 at 1:30 p.m. in Room 317

HB 89 Cannabis Revenue and Freedom Act legalizes recreational marijuana in the state of New Mexico.  The bill establish procedures for licensuer of production and retail.  This legislation allows communities to opt-out of production and retail but decriminalizes consumption to anyone age of 21 or over.
Having skated past the Senate, the House version of Cannabis Revenue and Freedom Act (McCamley / Martinez, J) is being heard by the House Business and Industry Committee today, Monday, February 27, 2017 in Room 317 at 1:30 p.m. or a half hour after the floor session closes.

Representative Bill McCamley will present a scenario of economic growth and a weaning away of an economy dependent on government and tourism but will allow and economic boost from an illegal intoxicant.

Please contact the member of the House Business & Industrial Committee and urge them to vote NO on HB 89 Cannabis Revenue & Freedom Act.  
 
New Mexico does not need anther intoxicant in our communities nor the multiple complications that come from enforcement on everything from our highways to our classrooms.
(Click on Representatives name for the Legislative website page.)
 
New Mexico Legislature 2017
House Business & Industry Committee
 Name Position Party Room Extn.* Email Addr.
Chair D 306 4329 debbie.rodella@nmlegis.gov
Patricio Ruiloba Vice Chair D 413F 4433
Alonzo Baldonado Member R 203B 6214
 Yvette Herrell Member R 204B 4210 yherrell@yahoo.com
 Derrick J. Lente Member D 413e 4433 derrick.lente@nmlegis.gov
Tim D. Lewis Member R 2022B 4220 lewisfornm@gmail.com
Jane E. Powdrell-Culbert Member R 205A 4243 jpandp@comcast.net
Carl Trujillo Member D 413D 4236 carl.trujillo@nmlegis.gov
Jim R. Trujillo Member D 316B 4420 jimtrujillo@msn.com
Monica Youngblood Member R 205B 4242 monica@MyNMStateRep.com
Bealquin Bill Gomez Member D 313A 4341 bealquin.gomez@nmlegis.gov

* Dial 1 (505) 986 – plus the Representative’s extension.

 
Please continue to pray for our legislators and their proposed legislation.
May the Lord bless our efforts.


New Mexico Watchman
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HB 171 End of Life Options will be heard in the House Judiciary Committee

Today, Friday, February 17, 2017 at
1:30 p.m. in Room 309
(Note Room Change)
 
HB 171 End of Life Options allows a lethal dose of drugs to be prescribed to a patient who is thought to be dying.  The bill is scheduled to be heard today in the
House Judiciary Committee,  Room 309.  (Note Room Change to 309.)
 
Please note that the committee meeting is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. or a half-hour after the floor session ends.  (The House convenes at 10:30 a.m. has 16 items on the agenda.)
The following is information from New Mexicans for Ethical Medical Treatment regarding the concerns this bill raises.  Please review and contact the committee members listed below with your concerns and urge them to
VOTE NO.
 

               New Mexicans for Ethical Medical Treatment
Opposition to Assisted Suicide/End of Life Options

  • Assisted suicide decreases the value of human life.
  • It would violate the doctor’s Hippocratic Oath and change the role of the doctor. The AMA opposes assisted suicide for this reason.
  • It would open up many abuses, such as: assisting someone who is not really dying, assisting someone who is in depression, assisting someone who feels their existence is inconvenient to others, and lastly assisting the elderly who can be coerced.
  • It encourages doctors and families to give up on hope of recovery and avoid heroic measures.
  • Undue pressure can be put on the patients and doctors by insurance companies or the government.
  • Doctors would be given too much power and can make the wrong diagnosis.
  • Talking high doses of barbiturates is not a peaceful death
  • Those with disabilities, mental problems, the elderly or those with chronic conditions would be a great risk.
  • There is no requirement for a witness to be available at the time of death.
  • Patients may not know all of the pain management choices.
  • Heirs could gain their inheritances sooner, which might encourage assisted suicide.
      New Mexicans for Ethical Medical Treatment. Call for more information                                                                                  @ 505-881-4563,                                                                                                                                     WWW.NMEMT.ORG
New Mexico Legislature 2017
House Judiciary Committee
Last Name First Name Position Party Room Extn.* Email Addr.
Chasey Gail Chair D 308 4411 gail@gailchasey.com
Martinez Javier Vice Chair D 413C 4436 javier.martinez@nmlegis.gov
Alcon Eliseo Lee Member D 314B 4425 eliseo.alcon@nmlegis.gov
Brown Cathrynn N. Member R 204B 4210 c.brown.nm55@gmail.com
Cook Zachary J. Member R 205A 4233 zachary.cook@nmlegis.gov
Dines Jim Member R 205B 4242 jim.dines@nmlegis.gov
Egolf Brian Member D 104 4782 brian.egolf@nmlegis.gov
Ely Daymon Member D 203DN 4336 daymon.ely@nmlegis.gov
Gentry Nate Member R 125 4757 natefornm@gmail.com
Louis Georgene Member D 312A 4327 georgene.louis@nmlegis.gov
McQueen Matthew Member D 316A 4421 matthew.mcqueen@nmlegis.gov
Nibert Greg Member R 203E 4211 greg.nibert@nmlegis.gov
Rehm William “Bill” Member R 201B 4214 bill.rehm@nmlegis.gov

* Dial 1 (505) 986 – plus the Representative’s extension.

 
To dial the legislator’s phone, use 986- plus the extension.
God bless you for your concern, your phone call, your emails and your prayers.
New Mexico Watchman
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Ethanasia Bill to be Heard Tomorrow, Friday, February 17 at 1:30 p.m.

HB 171 End of Life Options will be heard in the House Judiciary Committee tomorrow, Friday, February 17, 2017 at 1:30 p.m. in Room 309.

HB 171 End of Life Options, a death bill allows any health care provider with a prescription credential to make available a lethal dose of drugs to a patient who is thought to be dying.  The bill will be heard by the House Judiciary Committee tomorrow, Friday, February 17 in Room 309.

The New Mexicans for Ethical Medical Treatment has made available the following information regarding this bill.  Please review and contact the committee members listed below with your concerns.

New Mexicans for Ethical Medical Treatment

Opposition to Assisted Suicide

  • Assisted suicide decreases the value of human life.
  • It would violate the doctor’s Hippocratic Oath and change the role of the doctor. The AMA opposes assisted suicide for this reason.
  • It would open up many abuses, such as: assisting someone who is not really dying, assisting someone who is in depression, assisting someone who feels their existence is inconvenient to others, and lastly assisting the elderly who can be coerced.
  • It encourages doctors and families to give up on hope of recovery and avoid heroic measures.
  • Undue pressure can be put on the patients and doctors by insurance companies or the government.
  • Doctors would be given too much power and can make the wrong diagnosis.
  • Talking high doses of barbiturates is not a peaceful death
  • Those with disabilities, mental problems, the elderly or those with chronic conditions would be a great risk.
  • There is no requirement for a witness to be available at the time of death.
  • Patients may not know all of the pain management choices.
  • Heirs could gain their inheritances sooner, which might encourage assisted suicide.

      New Mexicans for Ethical Medical Treatment. Call for more information @ 505-881-4563, WWW.NMEMT.ORG

Please contact members of the committee by email, phone, letter or in-person and express your opposition to HB 171.  Urge them to vote NO on HB 171 End of Life Options.

(See a list of Judiciary Committee members to contact below.)

 

2017 NM Legislature
House Judiciary Committee

Last Name First Name Position Party Room Extn. Email Addr.
Chasey Gail Chair D 308 4411 gail@gailchasey.com
Martinez Javier Vice Chair D 413C 4436 javier.martinez@nmlegis.gov
Alcon Eliseo Lee Member D 314B 4425 eliseo.alcon@nmlegis.gov
Brown Cathrynn N. Member R 204B 4210 c.brown.nm55@gmail.com
Cook Zachary J. Member R 205A 4233 zachary.cook@nmlegis.gov
Dines Jim Member R 205B 4242 jim.dines@nmlegis.gov
Egolf Brian Member D 104 4782 brian.egolf@nmlegis.gov
Ely Daymon Member D 203DN 4336 daymon.ely@nmlegis.gov
Gentry Nate Member R 125 4757 natefornm@gmail.com
Louis Georgene Member D 312A 4327 georgene.louis@nmlegis.gov
McQueen Matthew Member D 316A 4421 matthew.mcqueen@nmlegis.gov
Nibert Greg Member R 203E 4211 greg.nibert@nmlegis.gov
Rehm William “Bill” Member R 201B 4214 bill.rehm@nmlegis.gov

To dial the legislator’s phone, use 986- plus the extension.

Thank your prayers, concern and involvement.

New Mexico Watchman
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nmwatchman@comcast.net

 

No Therapy for Troubled Teens:  SB 121 No Conversion Therapy SENATE TODAY

The New Mexico Senate is considering a bill sponsored by Senator Jacob Canderlaria (D-Albuquerque).  SB 121 No Conversion Therapy disallows counseling to anyone under the age of 18 years of age from receiving therapy for their sexual confusion.  The bill would be a violation of licensure law for any therapist who engages in what is call Conversion Therapy or Reparative Therapy.

If a seventeen year old approaches a licensed pastor, psychiatrist or social worker and asks to talk about problems with his or her same-sex attraction, that person could lose their licensure if he or she engaged in that conversation.

Issues presented are the following:

Violation of First Amendment Rights
The First Amendment of the United States Constitution guarantees freedom of speech.  A clinician should be allowed to speak to their patients on any topic the therapist and the patient deem pertinent.

Violation of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA)
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act disallows revelation of therapeutic information to any outside entity. Severe penalties are attached to such a revelation in an attempt to preserve the patient’s privacy.

Violation of Privacy as Found in Supreme Court Decision Roe v Wade
Chief Justice Harry Blackburn in Roe v Wade based his decision to legalize abortion on a “right to privacy.”  Privacy between a clinician and a patient is violated by this bill.  If a woman can be held harmless in consulting with a physician about an abortion, the same will hold true about a discussion regarding sexuality.

Unnecessary Governmental Intrusion into the Therapeutic Relationship
The law is an unnecessary intrusion into the therapeutic relationship.  Other special interests might attempt to secure restrictions in therapeutic relationships.

Victims of Predatory Behavior Discouraged from Seeking Treatment
Under the provisions, this legislation places an unnecessary burden on treatment providers in discussing related issues such as unwanted or predatory behavior on the part of others.  A discussion in related areas might result in the clinician placing licensing in jeopardy as the result of a related counseling effort.

Other Specialized Exclusions
The legislation opens the door to other specialized segments of the population that would like to disallow treatment for their area of influence. For example, the cannabis industry might well like to deny and disallow the treatment of cannabis addiction to those under 18 years of age

The legislation places revocation of licensure on a parallel with fraud, mental incompetents, moral turpitude, a felony conviction, illicit use of a controlled substance, gross and willful negligence.

Please contact your Senator and urge them to vote NO against SB 121 No Conversion Therapy.

New Mexico Watchman
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n
mwatchman@comcast.net

 

Death Bill, HB 171 End of Life Option, to be Heard Friday 2/17/2017

Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Please pray for the New Mexico State Legislature.  The following are today’s pray concerns and alerts.
 
Death Bill, HB 171 End of Life Option, to be Heard Friday
HB 171: End of Life Options Act
“End of Life Options” has been previously termed “Death with Dignity”, “Physician Assisted Suicide” and “Euthanasia.”  The bill would allow any health care provider in the State of New Mexico with any credential to prescribe a lethal dose of drugs to a dying patient.
The bill is to be heard in the House Judiciary Committee
Friday, February 17, 2017 at 1:30 p.m. in Room 307 or 309.
Please contact members of the committee by email, phone, letter or in-person and express your opposition to HB 171.  Urge them to vote NO on HB 171 End of Life Options.  A listing of House Judiciary Committee members appears below.
In addition Right to Life New Mexico asks that a special effort be made to contact the following Representatives and urge a NO vote on HB 171:
Representative Gail Chasey, Chair  (986-4411  gail@gailchasey.com)
Representative Deborah Armstrong  (986- 4840  deborah.armstrong@nmlegis.gov)
Representative Elizabeth Thomson  (986-4249  liz.thomson@nmlegis.gov)
Representative Joanne Ferray. (986-4336  oanne.ferrary@nmlegis.gov)
  
UPDATE:
SB 183 Partial and Late Term Abortion Bill Fails
SB 183 Partial and Late Term Abortion Bill sponsored by Senator Bill Sharer and David Gallegos failed to pass the Senate Public Affairs Committee last evening, February 14, 2017.  The vote was along party lines.

2017 NM Legislature

House Judiciary Committee

 

Last Name First Name Position Party Room Extn. Email Addr.
Chasey Gail Chair D 308 4411 gail@gailchasey.com
Martinez Javier Vice Chair D 413C 4436 javier.martinez@nmlegis.gov
Alcon Eliseo Lee Member D 314B 4425 eliseo.alcon@nmlegis.gov
Brown Cathrynn N. Member R 204B 4210 c.brown.nm55@gmail.com
Cook Zachary J. Member R 205A 4233 zachary.cook@nmlegis.gov
Dines Jim Member R 205B 4242 jim.dines@nmlegis.gov
Egolf Brian Member D 104 4782 brian.egolf@nmlegis.gov
Ely Daymon Member D 203DN 4336 daymon.ely@nmlegis.gov
Gentry Nate Member R 125 4757 natefornm@gmail.com
Louis Georgene Member D 312A 4327 georgene.louis@nmlegis.gov
McQueen Matthew Member D 316A 4421 matthew.mcqueen@nmlegis.gov
Nibert Greg Member R 203E 4211 greg.nibert@nmlegis.gov
Rehm William “Bill” Member R 201B 4214 bill.rehm@nmlegis.gov

 

To dial the legislator’s phone, use 986- plus the extension.