2018 HB 208 Study Workforce Training & Education

Description

HB 208 would have appropriated $250K to study the education and training programs necessary to build a workforce to meet the demand for uranium site clean-up. While this bill did not pass, the budget that passed contained funding for this item at a level of $200K, ensuring that this important training component is sufficiently studied. Unfortunately, Gov. Martinez line item vetoed this funding.

Outcome

HB 208 died in the House Appropriation and Finance Committee.


How Legislators Voted on HB 208


  • = Pro Conservation Vote
  • = Anti Conservation Vote
  • A = Absent
  • E = Excused
  • R = Recused
  • W = Abstain
Legislator Party District Office Conservation
Vote
Year
Montoya, Rod  (R) R 1 Representative 2018
Johnson, D. Wonda (D) D 5 Representative 2018
Alcon, Eliseo Lee (D) D 6 Representative 2018
Lundstrom, Patricia A. (D) D 9 Representative 2018
Garcia, Miguel P. (D) D 14 Representative 2018
Stapleton, Sheryl Williams (D) D 19 Representative 2018
Thomson, Elizabeth "Liz" (D) D 24 Representative 2018
McCamley, Bill (D) D 33 Representative 2018
Rubio, Angelica  (D) D 35 Representative 2018
Dow, Rebecca  (R) R 38 Representative E 2018
Garcia Richard, Stephanie (D) D 43 Representative 2018
Trujillo, Linda M. (D) D 48 Representative 2018
Armstrong, Gail  (R) R 49 Representative 2018
Little, Rick (R) R 53 Representative 2018
Gallegos, David M. (R) R 61 Representative 2018
Garcia, Harry  (D) D 69 Representative 2018