Scored Bills

Bills

Click on the name or number of any specific piece of legislation, and you’ll be directed to an individual page that features a description of the piece of legislation or amendment, the outcome of the measure, each legislator’s voting record, and more. Click on an issue name to learn more about that topic, and to see the full list of related Scorecard votes.

Photo: Organ Mountains, southern New Mexico east of Las Cruces. Flickr: BLM

Topics:

  • Air Quality Air Quality
  • Effective Government Effective
    Government
  • Energy & Climate Change Energy &
    Climate Change
  • Environmental Justice Environmental
    Justice
  • Land Land
  • Water Water
  • Wildlife & Habitat Conservation Wildlife & Habitat
    Conservation

Priority Bill # Title Sponsors Topics CVNM
Position
Year
HB 9 Climate Solutions Act   more Brian F. Egolf
Angelica Rubio
Nathan P. Small
Melanie A. Stansbury
Mimi Stewart
Support 2021
HB 15 Sustainable Building Tax Credit   more Tara L. Lujan
Javier Martínez
Kristina Ortez
Linda Serrato
Support 2021
HB 26 Exclude Greenfields from Certain Taxes   more G. Andrés Romero
Support 2021
HB 50 Private Right of Action for Certain Statutes   more Georgene Louis
Support 2021
HB 51 Environmental Database Act   more Gail Chasey
Georgene Louis
Mimi Stewart
Support 2021
HB 76 EIB Permit Denial for Poor Performance   more Christine Chandler
Linda Serrato
Support 2021
HB 200 Water Trust Board Projects & NM Unit Fund   more Matthew McQueen
Nathan P. Small
Siah Correa Hemphill
Mimi Stewart
Support 2021
HB 206 Utility Affordability & Relief Act   more Joanne J. Ferrary
Kristina Ortez
Andrea A. Romero
Angelica Rubio
Melanie A. Stansbury
Support 2021
HB 265 Natural Resources & Lands Protection   more Kristina Ortez
Support 2021
HB 299 Improvement Special Assessment Act   more Nathan P. Small
Support 2021
SB 8 Local Government Air Quality Regulations   more Linda M. Lopez
Peter Wirth
Christine Chandler
Nathan P. Small
Support 2021
SB 11 Clean Fuel Standard Act   more Mimi Stewart
Nathan P. Small
Support 2021
SB 32 Wildlife Conservation & Public Safety Act   more Roberto J. Gonzales
Brenda G. McKenna
Christine Chandler
Matthew McQueen
Support 2021
SB 84 Community Solar Act   more Linda M. Lopez
Elizabeth Stefanics
Patricia Roybal Caballero
Support 2021
SB 86 Use of Water for Oil & Gas Operations   more Antoinette Sedillo Lopez
Elizabeth Stefanics
Support 2021
SB 103 Restricting Use of Neonicotinoid Pesticide   more Mimi Stewart
Support 2021
SB 112 Sustainable Economy Task Force   more Mimi Stewart
Support 2021
SB 149 Prohibit New Fracking Licenses   more Antoinette Sedillo Lopez
Patricia Roybal Caballero
Support 2021
SB 155 Energy Transition Act Changes   more Antoinette Sedillo Lopez
Elizabeth Stefanics
Bill Tallman
Oppose 2021
SB 419 Narrow Landowner Animal Takings   more Jeff Steinborn
Mimi Stewart
Support 2021
SJR 3 Environmental Rights, CA   more Harold Pope
Antoinette Sedillo Lopez
William P. Soules
Joanne J. Ferrary
Support 2021

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