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New Mexico First is thrilled to announce that Governor Susana Martinez has signed the following bills that are part of our Centennial Town Hall and the STEM Action Planning Summit legislative agenda. Please click on the individual bill links below to view the final signed version of each bill. ..Read More
Call to Action!
HJM8, the memorial that would establish an energy planning committee, passed the Senate Rules Committee. It is now in the Senate Conservation Committee. We need to see this memorial go to the Senate floor for final action. Please call policymakers on the Senate Conservation Committee and tell them that HJM8 deserves a Senate vote! HJM8 has already passed the House, so we’re almost there! Click on the link for the contact information for the Senate Conservation Committee members or use their emails below. ..
There is a quick update on HJM8 the Electric Transmission Capacity Review memorial. This week the memorial passed 62-1 in the house, and is now headed for the Senate Rules Committee. Kudos to the advocates of this bill.
Update: New Mexico First is pleased to announce that the energy transmission planning memorial (HJM8) passed unanimously in the House Energy & Natural Resources Committee. Four participants from the town hall testified, contributing to the hearing’s success. Special thanks to Representative Brian Egolf for sponsoring this bill. ..Read More
A New Mexico First supported energy memorial (HJM 8) has been scheduled for a hearing tomorrow, Wednesday, February 13th at 8:30am in room 309. Both Governor Toney Anaya, energy expert, and Jennifer Salisbury, implementation chair for a previous New Mexico First Energy Town Hall will address the committee. The memorial requests that the New Mexico legislative council direct the appropriate committee of the legislature to review electric transmission capacity in New Mexico for renewable and conventional energy sources. The memorial aligns with our town hall energy recommendation that asks government to develop a comprehensive energy plan. HJM 8 also aligns with recommendations from the 2009 New Mexico First Energy Town Hall. ..Read More