SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – Over the course of 60 days, lawmakers passed more than 200 bills making changes in New Mexico. So which ones passed? And which ones did the Governor veto?
This week on KRQE News 13’s “New Mexico News Podcast,” we’re taking a closer look at the outcomes from this year’s legislative session. KRQE.com’s Data Reporter Curtis Segarra looks back at how lawmakers did on tax rebates, crime, the environment, voting rights and lot more this session.
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