The 2024 Legislative session ended Feb 15. Tip: Sort: Passed (on the upper right of your bill list) is useful now.

2023 Session Calendar

The 2023 session is a full 60-day session.
Jan 17 Legislature convenes at noon
Feb 16 Deadline for introduction of new bills
Mar 18 Legislative session ends at noon
Apr 7 Legislation not acted upon by governor is pocket vetoed

Useful Links for New Mexico Bill Tracking

House, Senate and Committee Schedules

Some committees have their schedules on their committee page (which you'll find linked from each bill), but others don't. You can find schedules for all committees here:

Signed Bills

Which bills that passed have been signed by the Governor? The BillTracker will try to show that in a bill's status, but here are two places to get the official list:

2023 Legislation: Signed and Chaptered Bills from the Secretary of State

Signed Legislation from the Office of the Governor

Contacting your Legislators

Find My Legislator on the New Mexico Legislative website.

LWVNM's Contact Info for New Mexico Legislators.

At the Roundhouse, you can pick up a paper copy of the New Mexico Rural Electrical Cooperatives's Legislative Directory. You can also install their smartphone app from Google Play or the Apple Store: search for NMRECA Legislative Almanac.

Or call the legislative switchboard at (505) 986-4300 during the legislative session to contact your legislator or a legislative staff member.

Taking Action

The League of Women Voters of New Mexico's LWVNM Action Page is useful to anyone trying to be active in the New Mexico law-making process.

It includes information on the League's priorities for the current session, a guide to the Legislative Website, and helpful documents on how to get started lobbying at the legislature, whether you want to lobby for yourself, for the League, or for another organization.

(Full disclosure: Akkana Peck, who runs this website, also maintains the website.)

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