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Gov. Bill Richardson has signed a number of bills since this year’s 30-day session concluded Feb. 14.HB 43, involving severance tax bond projects, was recently vetoed by Richardson. By law, the governor has 20 days to sign or veto any pending legislation.In an interview Tuesday, Rep. Jeannette Wallace, R-Los Alamos, discussed the remaining bills awaiting action by the governor. “I looked through the list and there were none that I can say would surprise me,” Wallace said. “The state will survive one way or the other.”Following is an updated list of signed and pending legislation to date.
Legislation signed Friday:
e-- HB 33 Domestic Violence Treatment Fund Uses
e-- HB 54 Define Probate Code “Security Account”
e-- HB 89 Physician Assistant Requirements
e-- HB 337 Sex Offense Victim Polygraph
e-- HB 399 Self-Rescue Devices in Coal Mines
e-- HB 387 Locomotive Fuel Tax Exemption Effective Dates
e-- HB 599 Tax Refund Contribution Corrections
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