New Mexico - SB227 - 2017

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Added On: 02-15-2017
Updated On: 03-04-2019
Status: Vetoed
Primary Sponsor: Jeff Steinborn (Democratic)





Actions (16)

  • 01-20-2017 - [LD 4] Referred to Senate Conservation
  • 01-20-2017 - [LD 4] Assigned to Senate Conservation and then to Senate Public Affairs
  • 01-25-2017 - [LD 9] HSIVC and then to House Judiciary
  • 01-25-2017 - [LD 9] HSIVC
  • 01-27-2017 - [LD 11] Referred to Senate Public Affairs
  • 01-27-2017 - [LD 11] Committee substitute and then to Do pass committee report adopted
  • 01-27-2017 - [LD 11] Do not pass committee report adopted
  • 01-28-2017 - [LD 12] Do pass committee report adopted
  • 01-28-2017 - [LD 12] Referred to House Judiciary
  • 01-28-2017 - [LD 12] Do pass committee report adopted
  • 01-29-2017 - [LD 13] Passed House (44-19) Vetoed by the Governor and date.
  • 02-02-2017 - [LD 17] Committee substitute and then to Do pass committee report adopted
  • 02-02-2017 - [LD 17] Do not pass committee report adopted
  • 02-03-2017 - [LD 18] Passed Senate (36-4)
  • 02-03-2017 - [LD 18] Passed Senate (27-15)
  • 02-03-2017 - [LD 18] Motion to reconsider previous action adopted

Votes (3)

DateMotion (click for details)ChamberCommitteeYes
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No
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Other
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Passed
02-27-2017Senate Final PassageSenate27150yes
02-27-2017Senate Final PassageSenate3642yes
03-16-2017House Final PassageHouse44197yes

News (2)

Solar Panels On State Buildings Passes Committee - Los Alamos Daily Post
Published by ladailypost.com
Sat, 11 Mar 2017 14:06:00 GMT

SANTA FE ? An important committee of the New Mexico House of Representatives March 9 voted on a bipartisan basis to advance Senate Bill 227, a bill requiring state government to install solar energy panels on its 750 buildings, so long as it would ...

Bill Boosting Solar Power On State-Owned Buildings Goes To Governor's Desk - KRWG
Published by krwg.org
Fri, 17 Mar 2017 22:46:29 GMT

Senator Jeff Steinborn (D- 36-Dona Ana), the sponsor of SB 227, said the move is a huge win-win opportunity for the state of New Mexico. The bill was passed by the Senate earlier in the session. “I'm thrilled that the Legislature has passed this common ...