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 4 Hydrogen Hub Development Act   more Harry Garcia
Patricia A. Lundstrom
Javier Martínez
Nathan P. Small
Oppose 2022
HB 6 Clean Future Act   more Brian F. Egolf
Kristina Ortez
Nathan P. Small
Siah Correa Hemphill
Mimi Stewart
Support 2022
HB 37 Community Energy Efficiency Dev Block Grant   more Tara L. Lujan
Kristina Ortez
Patricia Roybal Caballero
Debra M. Sariñana
Mimi Stewart
Support 2022
HB 127 Storage of Certain Radioactive Waste   more Tara L. Lujan
Matthew McQueen
Jeff Steinborn
Support 2022
HB 164 Uranium Mine Cleanup   more Anthony Allison
D. Wonda Johnson
Debra M. Sariñana
Jeff Steinborn
Support 2022
HB 228 Hydrogen Hub Development Act   more Patricia A. Lundstrom
Oppose 2022
HJR 2 Environmental Rights, CA   more Gail Chasey
Joanne J. Ferrary
Tara L. Lujan
Harold Pope
Antoinette Sedillo Lopez
Support 2022
SB 8 Voters' Rights Provisions   more Katy M.  Duhigg
Carrie Hamblen
Harold Pope
Peter Wirth
Javier Martínez
Support 2022
SB 14 Enacting the Clean Fuel Standard Act   more Mimi Stewart
Support 2022
SB 21 Electric Vehicle Income Tax Credit   more Bill Tallman
Support 2022
SB 54 Storage of Certain Radioactive Waste   more Jeff Steinborn
Support 2022
SB 144 Intimidation of Election Workers   more Katy M.  Duhigg
Daymon Ely
Support 2022
SB 194 Additional Energy Acts Definitions   more George K. Munoz
Oppose 2022
SB 203 Study High-Speed Train   more William P. Soules
Support 2022
SJR 8 Salaries for Public Officials, CA   more Katy M.  Duhigg
Roberto J. Gonzales
Daniel A. Ivey-Soto
Brenda G. McKenna
Support 2022

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